Early Bird Registration:
We are extending the promotion!
Take $25 off when you register for any Spring or Summer Camp by March 15th.
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SKETCH JOURNAL WORKSHOP: Every 3rd Friday of the Month from 5:30pm to 6:45pm. $15/person. Age 7+. Dates: 2.21, 3.21, 4.18, 5.16, 6.20, 7.18, 8.15, 9.19, 10.17, 11.21, 12.19. Click here for more info
Increase Your Child's Learning Potential
At Little Blank Canvas, our emphasis is on the process of art and stimulating creative and intellectual development. We offer a wide variety of art projects designed for any group age from Kids 18 months to 14 years old. All kinds of media are used in a safe, fun, and engaging environment.
LBC, located in High Point, NC is a great place to meet families with the same age children and get messy. You can partner with your child and participate in the process of creating art without having to worry about cleaning up the mess, the walls, the floor, or your favorite sofa!
Our program is designed to help encourage your child's creativity and sense of accomplishment. Children will explore and play with a variety of media and showcase their art work at the end of our program. They will see their artwork displayed in a fun gallery set up just for them! Displaying your child's project and praising them for their accomplishments are keys to creating self-confidence and a sense of pride in themselves.
Join us now at Little Blank Canvas to brush up on your creativity and explore your artistic side!
ARTS ARE SMART TOO!
SAT scores of kids can also be affected by art. In 2002, The College Entrance Examination Board did a comparative study of the scores that belonged to students who had some form of arts training and those who had none at all. The study showed that students with arts training scored 57 points higher on the mathematics part of the test and 41 points higher on the verbal part of the test.
"Art teaches children to embrace the many different pathways that can be taken when solving a problem. Children discover the strength of their vision, and grow confident with their ability to make choices."
-Gena Segno, MA, art curriculum specialist, author, member of National Association of Art Educators