New in FALL 2016: In order to better serve our kids, we are limiting each class size to 10 kids. Sign up Link is: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0f4ea4a823a3f49-artism
Sunday Sept. 11 is our first class and it runs through mid-November. Hurry! Spots are filling up fast!!
4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. Free dinners for kids.
YMCA of Boulder Valley, 95th and Arapahoe, Lafayette
please visit www.brainsong.net and click on the ARTism page,
ARTism 2016 is here!
Please sign up here to reserve your spot! First class is Sunday, Feb. 14!
ARTISM IN THE DAILY CAMERA APRIL 11, 2016 :
A HUGE thank you to Mike Hedlof at Lowe’s (the Orchard location) in the paint department, and to his awesome rep at Valspar!!!
We had the best time this weekend painting the Rosser barn at 213 E Chester St. in old town Lafayette!
Thank you to Valspar and Lowe’s for 10 gallons of paint! And to Domino’s for food! And thank you Sarah Spencer, for guiding our kids! You are the best!
And THIS SUNDAY, Oct. 4, we are going to be painting Where the Wild Things Are at 213 E Chester St. Lafayette, so please come! We will have Dominoes Pizza!
From then on, we will be back at our YMCA!
We will be back in full swing on Sept. 13, Sunday … and Sundays weekly from 4-6 p.m. at the YMCA of Boulder Valley! (10 weeks but No session Nov. 1)
Our first session is recycled art, so please be collecting whatever you would like to create out of recyclables and objects in nature, and whatever you like Miro-style!
And Free Donated Food Schedule:
Sept. 13 Noodles
Sept. 20 — Chipotle, because you asked!
Sept. 27 — Firehouse Subs
Also, I wanted to share a link to the Sibling Tree, which is our sister/brother group with the same mission and focus, run by Sandra Tucker. Please visit this link to see their meeting times and days! And also, our sister/brother group in Larimer County, run by Linda Miller — which is called Super Sibs
ARTISM visits Juan Miro Exhibit; Denver Art Museum, Sunday June 28
SUMMER 2105 SCHEDULE BELOW:
ARTism — The Sibling Connection
is for kids who have a brother or sister with autism or any disability and want to make friends with others who “get it” and also love to make all kinds of art!
We have a clinical licensed therapist, Deb Fitzgibbons, so we can call ourselves an art therapy program, but really, we just want the kids to have fun, be creative and feel free to talk about their unique family life (especially the humorous parts), or to not talk about it. Whatever suits them for the day or moment.
We exist thanks to the YMCA of Boulder Valley, the ACL (Association for Community Living) and Project Yes all in Lafayette, Colorado. And because of the brilliant mind of Megan Delano, graduate student at Naropa University Art Therapy program.
Please enjoy our photos, and spread the word to come join us for a unique and free program!
Thanks to the ACL, we are able to host guest artists. We also welcome any guest artists who want to join us.
Thank you to Michael Symber of www.michaelsymberstudios.com
and Thank you to David Beumee, ceramicist extraordinaire. Please visit www.davidbeumee.com
On June 28, we are taking a field trip to the Denver Art Museum to see the Joan Miro exhibit, and do some art!
Our summer schedule keeps going on
July 12 — 4-6 p.m., YMCA of Boulder Valley (address below)
Aug. 16 — 4-6 p.m. YMCA of Boulder Valley
2800 Dagny Way
Lafayette, CO 80026
Please contact me: Julie Marshall 720-255-9831
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