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Waterworks announces summer classes

Waterworks Visual Arts Center announces its lineup of summer art classes.
Ages 4-5 Classes June Messy Art / June 27-July 1 / 10:30-12:45 Tell Me a Story / July 11-15 / 10:30-12:45 July Messy Art / July 18-22 /10:30-12:45 Whatís in the Box? / July 25-29 / 10:30-12:45 Dr. Seuss and More / August 1-5 / 10:30-12:45 Little Pet Shop / August 8-12 / 10:30-12:45.
Grades 1-2 Classes Little Masters / July 11-15 / 10:30-12:45 Puppets on Parade / July 11-15 / 2:00-4:15 Create Your Own Theater! / July 18-22 / 10:30-12:45 The Science of ART / July 18-22 / 2:00-4:15 The Magic of Matreshka / July 25-29 / 2:00-4:15.
Grades 3-5 Classes 10:30-12:45 or 2:00-4:15 Drawing What You See / June 27-July 1 / 2:00-4:15 Colorworks / July 11-15 / 2:00-4:15 The Fascinating World of Russian Folk Art / July 18-22 / 2:00-4:15 Claymation / July 25-29 / 10:30-12:45 A Bugís Life / July 25-29 / 2:00-4:15 Drawing Portraits / August 1-5 / 10:30-12:45 Smash It! Mosaic Class / August 8-12 / 10:30-12:45.
Grade 6-8 Classes Try the Wheel / July 11-15 / 2:00-4:15 July Wheel Pottery / July 18-22 / 2:00-4:15 Wheel & Hand-built Pottery / July 25-29 / 10:30-12:45 Photography: Seeing Creativity / July 25-29 / 2:00-4:15 Drawing with Pen and Ink / August 1-5 / 2:00-4:15 Break It! Mosaic Class / August 8-12 /2:00-4:15.
Workshops Grades 5-8 Special registration application required, application downloads available at www.waterworks.org From this Earth… Exploring North Carolina Clay Heritage, June 20-24 and June 27-July 1 /1-4:15 each day Advanced Drawing and Painting / June 27-July 1 /10:30-4:15.
Visit our website at www.waterworks.org for a complete description of each class.
Classes for children ages 4-5 and grades 1-2, 3-5, and 6-8, Beginner to Intermediate, Monday thru Friday. Projects are age appropriate, morning sessions are 10:30-12:45 p.m., afternoon sessions are 2-4:15 p.m.
When registering your child for class, select the grade level the child will enter in Fall 2011. Children participating in the 4-5 year old classes must reach their fourth birthday by June 1, 2011.
Studio Classes: $60 members; $75 not yet member.
Specialty Classes: $70 members; $85 not yet member.
Specialty Classes include: Clay, Claymation, Mosaics and Photography.
Members only receive multiple class discounts.
Members registering for three or more classes receive $5 off the fee of the third and subsequent classes.
For membership information, contact WVAC at 704-636-1882 for membership information.
Membership must be active at the time of registration

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