OPTION #1 – You can now register and pay online below and, if need be, apply for scholarships here.
OPTION #4 – Call the office at 207 338-2222, register/pay with a credit card.
OPTION #2 – Print and fill in the registration form and mail along with your check or credit card payment
OPTION #4 – Stop by to register and pay. Office is at Waterfall Arts 256 High Street in Belfast. Office hours – Tue – Fri 10 am to 5 pm.
Please try to register no later than one week prior to the first meeting of the class. All classes have minimum and maximum enrollment thresholds, so early registration will improve the chances of a class running and of your slot in it!
We look forward to seeing you at Waterfall Arts!
Any questions, please call the office at 207.338.2222 or contact us via e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fact! Kids and cats prefer empty boxes over toys 95% of the time. This was the inspiration behind this very unique AAAH (All Ages Art happening) event: C.B.A.R.F. (Cardboard Boxes Are Really Fun)! For the third year, Waterfall Arts is throwing a party that’s all about building with cardboard boxes… and the whole community is invited!
AAAH: CBARF (Cardboard Boxes Really Are Fun)
Sunday, January 14
The event is FREE (but we do suggest bringing a roll of packing tape if possible)
“Messing around with cardboard boxes isn’t far from what artists are doing in their studios here, ” says Bridget Matros, Waterfall Arts’ Youth & Family Outreach Coordinator. “It’s the whole creative process at work: imagination, problem solving, skills development, experimentation… plus, everything from social skills to engineering know-how develop when kids are making stuff and pretending.”
Kids and adults work together to turn a huge collection of cardboard boxes and packing tape into whatever structures arise, in the lower level of Waterfall Arts. Those that stick around to the end get to be one of the King Kongs to smash the whole thing down (a favorite of last years’ crowd).
Parents: stay and play! All children must be accompanied by an adult – they will need a hand with tape!
Throughout the year, All Ages Art Happenings (AAAH) events engage area youth and families through community-building “art parties” with memorable, themed, multi-sensory art experiences for all ages. AAAH events are led by Bridget Matros, Waterfall Art’s Youth & Family Outreach Coordinator. The Youth & Family Outreach Program is made possible by local business sponsors The Green Store and the Belfast Co-op. Additional support is provided by foundations such as Anonimo, the Davis Family Foundation, and the Maine Arts Commission, as well as individual donors.
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