Families and Kids Ages 4 and Up

Instructor: Antonio Méndez

  • White paper plate
  • Blue paint
  • Paintbrush
  • Paper towels
  • Small container of water

Instructor: Antonio Méndez

  • String or yarn, at least 24" long
  • Colorful wooden or plastic beads
  • Optional: Glue stick, colorful strips of paper or magazine pages at least 1” wide by 6” long, pencil

Instructor: Antonio Méndez

  • Gold, brass, or copper colored tooling foil, cut into a 6” square or circle
  • Plain paper for sketching
  • #2 Pencil
  • Cardboard cut into a 10" square
  • Optional: Masking tape, beads, hole punch, Rexlace, yarn, or string

Instructor: Antonio Méndez

  • Colorful air dry clay or Crayola Model Magic
  • At least 4 popsicle Sticks
  • Pipe cleaners
  • Twisteez wire
  • Masking tape
  • Optional: Beads or jingle bells

Kids Ages 6–10

Instructor: Molly Lamb

  • Air dry clay or Crayola Model Magic
  • 1 teaspoon of cinnamon or another scented spice
  • Cardboard cut into a 10" square
  • Ruler
  • For air dry clay: fork and a small dish for water
  • Optional: clay tools, wire cutter, decorations, additional scented spices

Instructor: Molly Lamb

  • Painting materials (see below)
  • At least 5 sheets of watercolor paper
  • At least 5 sheets of construction paper (at least 1 inch larger than the watercolor paper on all sides)
  • Scissors
  • Ruler
  • Hole punch
  • Ribbon or string
  • Paper towels
  • Optional: Apron, smock, or old t-shirt to protect clothing

Painting Materials

  • Sumi-e materials: ink grinding stone, ink stick, bamboo brush, and a cup of water that can easily be poured into the well on the grinding stone

or

  • Watercolor painting materials: black watercolor paint, a large paintbrush with pointed tip, a small container of water for rinsing

Instructor: Molly Lamb

  • At least 1 roll of plain or colorful masking tape
  • Scissors
  • 10 pieces of 12” long Twisteez wire or pipe cleaners
  • Cardboard cut into a 10" square
  • Tempera or acrylic paint
  • Paintbrush
  • Small container of water
  • Paper towels
  • Optional: Smock, apron, or old t-shirt to protect clothing, googly eyes

Instructor: Molly Lamb

  • Watercolor paint
  • Paintbrush
  • Small container of water
  • At least 3 sheets of 12” x 12” tissue paper, assorted colors
  • At least 3 sheets of watercolor paper
  • At least 3 sheets of construction paper
  • A sponge that can be cut into different shapes
  • At least 5 cotton swabs
  • At least 5 cotton balls
  • Glue stick
  • Liquid glue
  • Scissors
  • Ruler
  • Paper towels
  • Optional: Smock, apron, or old t-shirt to protect clothing, stapler

Kids and Teens Ages 11–13

Instructor: Barrett Grizzard

  • Gold, brass, or copper colored tooling foil
  • #2 pencil
  • Colorful Sharpies, permanent markers, or colored pencils
  • Plain paper for sketching
  • Glue stick or liquid glue/li>
  • Colorful cardstock paper
  • Cardboard cut into a 10" square

Instructor: Barrett Grizzard

  • Small, hinged wooden box or a cardboard box with lid
  • Paintbrush
  • Acrylic or tempera paint
  • Small cup of water
  • Three small glass or ceramic bowls
  • Small cup of water
  • Paper towels
  • Liquid glue
  • Optional: Colorful tissue paper, colorful scraps of paper or fabric, printed photographs, other decorations such as small shells, feathers, and sequins.

Instructor: Barrett Grizzard

  • White or light colored baseball cap
  • Colorful Sharpies or permanent markers
  • Glue gun
  • Hot glue sticks
  • Colorful fabric scraps
  • Optional: Sequins, feathers, buttons, and other decorations

Instructor: Barrett Grizzard

  • Crayola Model Magic
  • 1 dowel or short stick, at least 1/2" diameter
  • Markers
  • Liquid glue
  • Your choice of mixed media such as yarn, paper scraps, fabric scraps, and googly eyes
  • Optional: Glue gun and hot glue sticks

Teens Ages 14–18

Instructor: Gianna Stewart

  • Watercolor pencils
  • Watercolor paper
  • Small, round tipped paintbrush
  • Container of water
  • Alternate Materials: If you don’t have watercolor pencils you can participate by using colored pencils, crayons, markers, or paint.

Instructor: Gianna Stewart

  • Apples, oranges, or another type of fruit or vegetable
  • Heavy weight paper or canvas
  • Pencil and eraser
  • Acrylic or tempera paint
  • Paintbrush
  • Small container of water
  • Alternate Materials: If you don’t have access to paint and brushes you can participate by using colored pencils, markers, pastels, or crayons.

Instructor: Gianna Stewart

  • Photo-taking device
  • Ruler
  • Pencil and eraser
  • Pen or marker
  • Paper
  • Alternate materials: If you don’t have a camera you can participate by taking a screen shot on Zoom. If you don’t have a ruler you can use something else that has a straight, smooth edge.

Instructor: Gianna Stewart

  • Old t-shirt
  • Scissors
  • Needle
  • Thread
  • Pins
  • Paper
  • Pencil and eraser