Bell Arts Factory’s Youth Art Program Schedule For Fall 2017

Bell Arts Factory's Youth Art Program Schedule For Fall 2017

This Fall, Bell Arts Factory will continue our tradition of offering after-school art classes in Ventura for children ages 6-13.  All classes will be taught by Michele Foster, our  Youth Art Program Director.   The classes will focus on both individual and group art projects.  Our dedicated volunteer Gigi will also assist Michele in the classes.

Students will continue to develop techniques in painting, ceramics, and design, just to name a few.   Students will also be working on a collaborative weaving project to exhibit for ArtWalk Ventura 2017.  This is just one of a series of collaborative projects we plan on offering this year.   We’ll be updating everyone on the students’ progress on our Facebook page, so make sure to like us here.  You can also check out the May 2017 exhibit celebrating the California Super Bloom here.

Our Youth Art Classes are offered every Tuesday, Thursday from 3 pm to 5 pm and Saturday from 10 AM to 12 PM.  The classes are a suggested $5, but every child is welcome, regardless of ability to pay.  All classes are on a drop-in basis (0ur Youth Art classroom is located right off the main entrance outside of the parking lot. .

If you would like more information on the classes, please email us: info@bellartsfactory.org. You can also call us at 805-836-ARTS.

Located on Ventura Ave., Bell Arts Factory is non-profit cultural and community center dedicated to the creation of Art in Ventura.  The building is home to over 30 artist studios and other creative professionals, and cutting edge art exhibit spaces like the Tool Room Gallery and Vita Art Center.  We also host assorted community meetings and workshops in our community room.  Bell Arts Factory was founded in 2006 and is funded through private donations and grants, including support from the City of Ventura’s Cultural Affairs Department.

We are located at 432 N. Ventura Avenue, Ventura CA 93001.

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