Clone of Art in the Library-ProjectArt (Ages 8-15)

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Jefferson

ProjectArt offers the young artist a wide range of activities to bring out the inner artist weekly in 2016 and 2017 at the Jefferson Branch Library. It is a great place to explore your artistic interests, meet interesting people, and get those creative juices flowing! Class size is limited to 15 students on a first come basis and are kept small to ensure plenty of individual attention and our highly skilled artist-instructors tailor each class.  No prior art-making experience is required, simply bring your desire to express yourself and art instructors will help you take it from there. Please register at: register@projectart.org/enroll

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