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Cape Cod Museum of Art

Summer Art Fun Afternoons at CCMoA with Jennifer Stratton (Ages 6-11)

3-Afternoons: Monday, July 15 - Wednesday, July 17 / 1:00-3:30. Join youth art instructor Jennifer Stratton for a three-day art event for kids ages 6-11! Students will enjoy summer art activities like tie-dye, splatter paint, and learning how to make snake bubbles.

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Summer Art Fun Afternoons at CCMoA with Jennifer Stratton (Ages 6-11)
Summer Art Fun Afternoons at CCMoA with Jennifer Stratton (Ages 6-11)

Time & Location

Jul 15, 2024, 1:00 PM EDT

Cape Cod Museum of Art, 60 Hope Ln, Dennis, MA 02638, USA

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The Museum School at the Cape Cod Museum of Art presents:

Summer Art Fun Afternoons at CCMoA with Jennifer Stratton (Ages 6-11)

Monday, July 15 - Wednesday, July 17, from 1:00 – 3:30 pm.

Member $125 / Non-Member $150, including materials

Ages 6-11. Register early, class size is limited to 12 students!

Join youth art instructor Jennifer Stratton for a three-day art event for kids ages 6-11! Students will enjoy summer art activities like tie-dye, splatter paint, and learning how to make snake bubbles. If it’s raining we’ll do some favorite indoor activities like rock painting, sand art, and friendship bracelets. Students will also tour the current Cape Cod Museum of Art exhibitions. Make the Cape Cod Museum of Art part of your summer to-do list!

  • Students must be 6 years of age or older
  • Students must be checked in and out by an accompanying adult
  • Students should bring a drink and snack each day
  • An emergency contact form is required, click HERE to complete

Jennifer Stratton is a visual artist, musician, and expressive/creative arts facilitator. She lives in Hyannis with her husband. From September to June, Jennifer teaches The Museum School at the Cape Cod Museum of Art’s popular weekly after school art program for elementary and middle school students.

Jennifer’s experience with the healing powers of expressive art developed into a strong desire to help others tune in to their own creative gifts. In 2009 she received her Certificate of Graduate Studies Program for the Professional Application of Expressive Arts for Healing, also at Salve Regina University in Newport, R.I.

She works with organizations, groups, and individuals using expressive arts as a way for people to deepen their own self-discovery process, as a tool to deal with specific issues, and also to just have fun, learn about art and build community. Most recently she held the position of Art Director for the Boys and Girls Club of Cape Cod in Mashpee. She is also a certified CTI trained Life Coach.

Supporting funding provided by The John K. and Thirza F. Davenport Foundation.

Cancellation policy: CCMoA must be notified 1 week prior for refund.

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