Art Adventures Help Kids Discover Their Own Creativity

Young child in art class

Posted on August 24, 2018 by Matt Geske

As part of our Saturday line-up of Visual Art classes, Art Adventures for ages 4-7 provides young students with exciting projects that entice, educate and explore a variety of media forms, including drawing, painting, sculpture and more – fused with an introduction to art history.

Located in the Art & Design Building on the George Mason University campus, the Saturday art classes are coordinated by Dr. Justin Sutters, the director of the Art Education Master’s program at Mason, who hand picks the instructors each semester and oversees the curriculum development.

Children are given new projects and topics each semester, allowing for students to return several times.


Group photo of children's art class


A fun final student art show takes place the last class meeting, which is always exciting for the young students, who love to show off their work in a mock “gallery exhibit”.

See for yourself the wonderful benefit that artistic self expression can bring to your child’s life – sign up today!




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