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How to Choose a Children’s Art Class
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kids making art

How to Choose a Children’s Art Class

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Ask Your Kid

Kids know what they want. So ask her what kind of class she wants to take. Take the time to listen to your child’s interests. You may never know if your kid has a desire to draw cartoons unless you ask. Plus, they’ll like being part of the decision-making process.


In BC, our diverse economy is tied ever more closely to the creative industries. Even in fields like science and technology, creativity is an asset hiring managers are looking for in their employees. We’ll always need to come up with creative solutions to humanity’s challenges. Give your child the head start they deserve—with a fun, engaging, and magical experience with art.

Ariane Fleischmann is the content and communications specialist at Arts Umbrella, a non-profit arts education centre for youth ages 2–22 based in Metro Vancouver with programming in the visual and performing arts.

Looking for activities now? Find some great suggestions for in and around the Lower Mainland HERE!

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