Parent Workshop: Making Art At Home: Creative Development in Children

Wednesday, Sep 09, 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm
Wednesday, Sep 16, 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm
Wednesday, Sep 23, 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm
Free with RSVP

Join CMA on three Wednesdays in September — September 9, 16, and 23 — at 6:30 PM ET for free virtual interactive workshops with Charlotte Sammons, M.Ed. in Educational Psychology. Together, participants will investigate the creative development of children ages 1-8, including basic child development along with strategies and tips on how to engage children in at-home art-making. Participants will also explore an art project designed for young artists through the lens of CMA’s pedagogy Look Make Share. 

September 9
Parents of Children Ages 1-3

September 16
Parents of Children Ages 3-5

September 23
Parents of Children Ages 6-8

This event is free, with a suggested donation of $13.
Please RSVP to for the access link.

CMA Director of Early Childhood Education Tom Burnett will join Charlotte for the first two workshops, while CMA Associate Director of Programming Raquel Du Toit will join the third workshop. Both will discuss the art-making strategies they employ in their popular CMA Live! classes.

Charlotte Sammons holds a M.Ed in Educational Psychology from the University of Texas at Austin, and has over 20 years of experience sharing mindfulness, yoga and movement with children and families. Charlotte, her husband, and two young children live and work on their farm in Weatherford, TX. Springbox Farms is a family wellness community providing coaching, consulting, and therapy services for all ages. Charlotte specializes in working with highly sensitive children, students with Autism and learning differences, and those healing from trauma. Through nature immersion and a heart-centered approach, Charlotte helps families cultivate health, healing and happiness.

Please Note: Event times are listed in Eastern Time (ET). This event is intended for adults, though children are welcome to be present.

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