Independent Arts in
the Heart of the City
Phone: (855) 201-9922
PO Box 32745
Kansas City, MO 64171
Kids Team Up for Art
FREE Children’s Art Workshops
with Local Artist, Stan Morgan
Saturday, January 28
Saturday, February 18
Saturday, March 24
Kansas City Public Library, Plaza Branch,
4801 Main Street, KCMO
10:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Grades K-8
Children in kindergarten through eighth grade are encouraged to tap their creative energies and create masterpieces at the Westport Center for the Arts’ “Team Up for Art” Workshops at the Plaza Branch of the Kansas City Public Library.
Participants will focus on both individual skill building and the completion of a group project by the end of the session.
Participation is FREE! No training required – just lots of commitment and energy! But you will need to wear clothing that will survive paint and glue. Team size is flexible! There is always plenty to do!
Workshops will use found and recycled materials, in addition to traditional materials like paint, clay and paper. Materials provided by Accessible Arts.
Participants will break for a half-hour snack time in the morning and a half-hour lunch break in the afternoon. Parents are asked to provide an age-appropriate snack and lunch for their child. Westport Center for the Arts will provide the beverages.
Team Leader: Stanley Brian Morgan,
Kansas City professional artist and educator
For Stan working with children is always a rewarding experience whether as a teacher, graphic artist, muralist, recreation leader, and even lifeguard. With a certification in child-care and child development, Morgan enjoys sharing his talent in art and design with children of all ages, races, and economic backgrounds. He has contributed to the arts educational programs at the Boys and Girls Club, the YMCA and YWCA, and the Bruce R. Watkins Cultural Heritage Center and was a contributing artist at the Tim Rollins and K.O.S. (Kids of Survival) project at Grand Arts in 1998.
Join our teams for "Spring" 2012:
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