Classes for Youth ages 4-18

Education is life-long — and creative exploration is key at any time in that journey.  At WCFA, students as young as age 4 explore mediums, engage with instructors, meet other creative minds, and find new friends. Our instructors offer technical guidance and encouragement to stretch young minds and artistic skills – we provide the tools, they bring the creativity! 

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Thanksgiving Family Workshop

Build a Gratitude Chain for your Thanksgiving Table

Create an interactive, thankful paper chain to celebrate gratitude! This is a Thanksgiving activity that your friends and family can add to as you watch the chain get longer with each persons gratitude added to the chain. This is a perfect family/parent/child workshop ~ but children are not required to bring an adult!

Saturday, Nov. 18th 10:00 am to 12:00 pm
$35 per student / $50 for youth/adult pair

All supplies provided.

My son Carlos had an amazing time at art camp over Christmas break. He tends to be a little shy and nervous at first but I was so happy that when I picked him up he was comfortable and had a great time. He said you were really nice and the kids were all welcoming. He talked about it for days later and wants to go in the summer. Thank you so much for providing that opportunity for our kids! <3 Pamela

Youth Art Camps

Explore Youth Art Camps for all ages, all year round

Spark your child's creativity during school vacation breaks! We offer weekly themed camps all summer, and during winter and spring school vacations. 

At WCFA, we believe that arts education should start early and be available to all. Kids love to express themselves and have fun - we provide the supplies, inspiration and guidance...campers provide the creativity!

Warwick Center for the Arts has been serving the community with weekly, themed, affordable art camps for children of all ages for over 28 years. Now we have parents drop off their kiddos and say that they attended camp in that same iconic armory building.