ReArt

RE-ART is an art program for children ages 5 to 12 years that encourages exploration of art in new contexts, inspires creative minds, and fosters critical thinking to help our children connect with the world and with each other.

The sessions will emphasize cross-pollination of arts and culture disciplines while encouraging children to find art in unexpected places as well as in everyday experiences. The program goal is to help Boise's children live richer, fuller lives through their participation in the arts.

RE-ART classes will be offered September 2013 - May 2014, every second weekend of the month. These classes are first-come, first-served (no pre-registration) so arrive a few minutes early to get a spot!

SATURDAYS |  (Sept. 14, Oct. 12, Nov. 9, Dec. 14, Jan. 11, Feb. 8, March 8, April 12, and May 10)

1pm-2pm | Collister Library (4724 W. State St., Boise, 83703; 208.562-4995)
3pm-4pm | Cole & Ustick Library (7557 W. Ustick Rd., Boise, 83704; 208.570-6900)

SUNDAYS  (Sept. 15, Oct. 13, Nov. 10, Dec. 15, Jan. 12, Feb. 9, March 9, April 13, and May 11)

1pm-2pm | Main Library (715 S. Capitol Blvd., Boise, 83702; 208.384-4076)
3pm-4pm | Hillcrest (5246 W. Overland Rd., Boise, 83705; 208.562-4996)

2013/2014 RE-ART CLASS SCHEDULE - Download Flyer

SEPTEMBER 14-15 | The Wonderful Rhythms of PLANET EARTH
Instructor: David Gluck - Download flyer
Discover how to play rhythms form Brazil, West Africa, the Caribbean, Europe, Australia, and Asia - as well as the catchy beats from songs on your favorite radio station. 
 
October 12-13  | The Boundless Voice
Instructor: Bisan Toron - Download flyer
Listen to how people around the world use their voices in different ways; then explore the many "colors" of your own voice and practice how to use it for fun and self-expression.

November 9 - 10  |  Breakdancing
 
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A mini-version of TRICA's popular Breakdancing Camp where you'll learn how breakdancing started in America and some basic moves to bust out on Thanksgiving!

December 14 -15  | Draw Something Delicious
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Create a festive snowperson using a bounty of upcycled materials -- and take your new friend home with you! 
 
January 11 - 12  | Flamenco!
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Instructor: TRICA
Learn Flamenco rhythm and dance as it is taught to children in Spain -- through fun and games! This class includes a live music presentation by Escuela de Ritmo Performers.

February 8 - 9 | Jewish Hora
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Instructor: Jon Swarthout
 A rich, lively dance full of symbolism and cultural meaning. Come explore a culture through dance, music and storytelling.
 
March 8 - 9  | Earth Day
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Instructor: TRICA
Think SPRING by creating flowers using recycled plastic bottles and a variety of decorations.

April 12 - 13  | Sun Catchers
Instructor: TRICA
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Transform paper plates, saran wrap and a variety of transparent materials into sun catchers to hang in your windows at home.

May 10 - 11  | Painting with Every Day Objects
Instructor: TRICA
Create four different masterpieces at different stations using pool noodles, fly swatters, marbles, and toy car wheels.


Check back soon for information about other upcoming programs!


PAST SEASONS

2012/13 RE-ART CLASS SCHEDULE -  Download season flyer

SEPTEMBER 8-9 | Spinning Wheel
Teacher: Keren Brown -  Download flyer

OCOTBER 13-14 | Needle Point & Embroidery
Teacher: Amy Pence-Brown - Download flyer

NOVEMBER 10-11 | Square Dancing
Teacher: Ava Honey - Download flyer

DECEMBER 8-9| Old Time Music
Teachers: Boise Rock School - Download flyer

JANUARY 12-13 | Letter Flourishing
Teacher: Jeanette Ross - Download flyer

FEBRUARY 9-10 | Ukulele
Teacher: Thomas Paul - Download flyer

MARCH 9-10 | Theatre Acting

Teachers: Nick Garcia & Hollis Welsh - Download flyer

APRIL 13-14 | Invention
Teacher: Sue Latta - Download flyer

MAY 11-12 | Mosaic

Teacher: Kimberly Thompson & Heather Schwabe - Download flyer


2011/12 Season 

2010/2011 Season

2009/2010 Season

 

 

 
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