Spark Your Kid’s Creativity with 4 Art Classes Near Rochester Hills

Explore drawing, painting, pottery and more fun for all ages.

Embark on a creative journey that will illuminate the artistic talents of your little ones in Rochester Hills and surrounding areas! We’ve curated a list of engaging and inspiring art classes that cater to young artists of all ages. Whether your child is drawn to painting, resin art, drawing, or exploring various art mediums, there’s a class designed to spark their imagination and nurture their creativity.

The Painted Pot

Introducing Storytime Adventure, a unique blend of storytelling and art-making tailored for young artists aged 3 to 5 years old (though all ages are welcome). This program pairs the magic of children’s literature with the excitement of creating art, offering projects that vary in cost from $20 to $25. It’s a perfect setting for nurturing creativity, whether your child enjoys working alongside you or diving into projects on their own.

Hawaii Fluid Art

Dive into the world of Hawaii Fluid Art and craft your own mesmerizing resin beachscape, adorned with real rocks, shells, and more. This hands-on class, suitable for ages 3 and up, promises not just an art lesson but an immersive experience into creativity. Remember to book your spot and come prepared to unleash your imagination in comfortable attire.

Paint Creek Center For the Arts

Starting this April, let your child’s passion for drawing flourish with a class that introduces them to a spectrum of materials like charcoal, pen, pastel, and more. Aimed at young artists aged 5 to 9, this class focuses on skill-building and exploring the potential of each medium. All supplies are included, ensuring your child has everything they need to explore their creativity.

Atelier School of Art

For those seeking a more structured approach to art education, the Atelier School of Art offers a comprehensive program that covers the basics of drawing and beyond. Suitable for high school students and adults, this course is built on foundational principles and includes both classroom instruction and homework. Whether you’re beginning your artistic journey or looking to deepen your skills, this course promises growth and exploration.


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Darlene A. White
Darlene A. White
Darlene A. White, is a dedicated freelance journalist based in metro Detroit. With over a decade of journalistic experience under her belt, she creates compelling stories that attract a diverse readership, with a particular emphasis on parenting. As a mom of twins, Darlene enjoys library visits, park coffees and Target outings.

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