One of the options in our glass fusion class is jewelry. Students can also choose to make a bowl, plate, vase, candle holder and many other things. We let their imagination be their guide.
Alameda, CA (Vocus/PRWEB) June 10, 2011
The Magic Paintbrush, located in the Bay Area, is offering a summer camp for children seven years of age and older. This is a great opportunity for children to learn about pouring and painting ceramics, glass fusion, mosaics, clay and many more types of arts and crafts. Now that school is out, this summer camp will provide children with something educational and fun to do during the summer.
"One of the options in our glass fusion class is jewelry," said Sharon Fredrickson, owner of The Magic Paintbrush. "Students can also choose to make a bowl, plate, vase, candle holder and many other things. We let their imagination be their guide."
Parents are always looking for something for their children to do during the long summer break from school. Rather than just sitting around and playing video games during vacation, children will be given the opportunity to be creative and learn about art with The Magic Paintbrush’s summer camp.
The summer camp will be held at 943 Marina Village Parkway in Alameda/Bay Area. Classes begin on June 13 and will be held weekly from Monday through Friday. The summer camp costs $150 per week. Students will be provided with stencils, stamps, patterns, designs, and much more to help them be creative. For a creative and fun learning summer camp, The Magic Paintbrush offers children a productive way to spend the summer.
For more information about services of The Magic Paintbrush, call (510) 250-3662 or visit http://www.birthdaypartiesinbayarea.com.
About The Magic Paintbrush
The Magic Paintbrush, located in Alameda, features pottery painting, glass fusion projects, and technique classes for people of all ages. They have a spacious room to accommodate up to 60 people for birthday parties, corporate parties and bridal showers.