Each one-week session will meet daily for 2.5 hours. We have sessions for ages 6-11 (9:30-12:00) and 12+ (2:00-4:30). If your child is looking for a creative and artistic experience for a week (or 4 weeks) this summer get them signed up for our limited offerings. Click here to read about the session topics.



WELCOME to the studio

There is a $6 Studio Fee, which includes the use of the studio for up to 3 hours during in Walk-in & Create Studio Hours, all the equipment and supplies needed to create, set-up and clean-up, and the finish preparation of any project. The cost of projects range from $1.50-$18.

Classes are offered most evenings and Saturday afternoons. Preregistration is required for most classes to ensure there are enough materials and supplies. Take a look at our Calendar to find all the up-to-date offerings. We will continue to update, so check back often.

We offer a private studio room for parties and events, or we can bring the creative to you at an off-site location. Click here for more information about Parties and Events. We can accommodate your needs!

Come see and experience your new neighborhood arts and crafts studio. Paint some pottery, design a pair of earrings, or try your hand at paper quilling; we have a wide variety of arts and crafts projects to select from.

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How it Works

Explore. Express. Enjoy.


Immerse yourself and see what you find. Or pursue a medium that intrigues you. Pick up a brush, grab a handful of beads, plunge your fingers into clay. Try new things. Test each medium’s limits. Juxtapose colors and contours and content. Experiment. Innovate. Mix your own colors and get them just right.


Take your idea from vision to reality. Give form to your feelings. Construct. Create. Whether your interest is self-enrichment, functional art, or art for art’s sake, don’t stop working your craft. Stretch your skills. Enhance your personal style. Realistic or abstract, emulation or one-of-a-kind, literal or figurative, icon or illusion, flat or angular, round or obelisk ...
Make it yourself.
Make it yours.
Make it you.


Practice makes pleasure! Remember that your first priority is to have a good time. Relax. Decompress. Delight in the joy of creating something with your own hands. The time will fly. And that’s how you’ll know that you love it.