Keeping kids’ creativity flowing is key to summer fun. Look no further than The Rye Arts Center to find the perfect summer program or class for your child.
With a broad range of weekly as well as summer long programs for kids ages 4 through teen and adults, The Rye Arts Center provides complete flexibility to keep a child of any age, ability and interest busy with creative fun. Programs begin June 29 and can be combined for a half or full day, by the week, or multiple weeks to suit everyone’s schedule. New this year is an early drop off option starting at 8:30 am.
Also new is The RAC’s Makerspace classes which feature both high tech and high touch fun in designing, creating and making. Classes include: coding, Minecraft, 3-D design and printing, film making, LittleBits, MakeyMakey, Scratch animation, circuitry, Arduino, electronics, and creative building. Musical theater workshop weeks will feature opportunities to perform stage favorites “Willy Wonka” and “Little Shop of Horrors.” For tweens, fresh air and fine arts will be on offer with the RAC’s new plein-air painting class for ages 11-14.
Rounding out The RAC’s summer offerings are traditional fine arts including painting, drawing, cartooning, ceramics, digital photography, writers’ workshops, vocal pop workshops, and music instruction. For young artists ages 4-10, the RAC offers a 3-hour creative arts immersion morning program.
The summer guide can be found on-line at www.ryeartscenter.org.
For questions, call 967-0700 or stop in at the Main Office located at 51 Milton Road, Rye.