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Classes, Camps and Workshops

 

The Brick Store Museum offers a variety of tours and talks on a regular schedule, as well as some one-time events. Every time you attend a program, you’ll walk away with something new. Just imagine what you’ll know tomorrow!

Click on the offerings below to learn more about each program.

Walking Tours

Classes and Camps

  • Paper Marbling

    Discover this centuries-old method of creating decorative papers useful in various projects, such as handmade books, scrapbooking, cards, boxes, picture frames and more. Learn about the materials and processes that will allow you to pursue and expand the possibilities of this craft for future projects. This workshop is for adults 18+.

    Cost: $35

    Instructor: Gayle Fitzpatrick

    Register Here

  • Instructor: Sarah Soleau
    Tuesday March 12th
    5:00pm – 7:00 pm

    or

    Saturday March 16th

    12:00pm – 2:00pm

    Learn to felt a colorful Calla Lilly bouquet to celebrate spring! This introduction to needle felting will teach basic felting skills and provide instruction to create your own Calla Lilly flowers. Participants will leave with a new knowledge of needle felting as well as long lasting bouquet of flowers ready to brighten any table top.

    Cost: $35

    Tuesday Registration

    Saturday Registration

  • Recycle Art Workshop

    Instructor: Elizabeth Winter
    Wednesday March 6th
    1:00pm – 3:00 pm

    This workshop will focus on creating sculptures from found and repurposed elements in the Kennebunk community. Students will learn about the life cycle of the items they are using.

    $35 per student

    Register Here

  • Tuesday, February 20th

    10:00 am – 12:00 pm

    Acrylic Painting Workshop

    12:30 pm – 2:30 pm

    Pop-up and Lift Flap Workshop

    Wednesday, February 21st

    10:00 am – 12:00 pm Recycle Art Workshop

    12:30 – 2:30 pm

    Collage Workshop

    Thursday, February 22

    10:00 am – 12:00 pm

    Winter Garden Workshop

    12:30 pm – 2:30 pm

    Collagraph Printmaking Workshop

    REGISTER HERE


  • Instructor: Mary Delehanty
    Wednesday February 7th
    1:00pm – 3:00 pm

    In this workshop students (grades 1– 5th) will complete Valentine’s Day art projects including a wool wrapped heart garland, canvas art painting, and heart collages. Students will enjoy games and a sweet treat.

    REGISTER HERE

  • All Things Paper
    Instructor: Gayle Fitzpatrick
    Tuesdays: January 23rd, January 30th, February 6, and February 13
    3:30—5:00 pm

    AGES: 7 – 12

    $100

    Paper has been around for 2000 years and we’re going to explore all facets of it! We’ll make sheets of paper, create decorative marbled papers, create a beautiful paper bowl, and learn how to bind a small book.

    **NEW**
    Students attending KES or SRS will be brought directly from school to the Brick Store Museum. A staff member will get them off the bus. The Brick Store will provide a snack.

    REGISTER HERE

  • Drawing with Color
    Instructor: Barbara Farchione
    Tuesdays: November 28th, December 5th, December 12th, and December 19th
    3:30—5:00 pm

    AGES: 8 – 12

    $100

    Student artists work with many different tools and materials to make art. This class is an introduction to the fundamentals of drawing with color. Students will learn about the color wheel and color mixing and complete several projects. The materials we will use include charcoal and chalk pastel. Projects will be explained clearly and are simple to complete.
    All levels of ability are welcome to participate. The only prerequisite is an enthusiasm for art and all materials will be supplied.

    **NEW**
    Students attending KES or SRS will be brought directly from school to the Brick Store Museum. A staff member will get them off the bus. The Brick Store will provide a snack.

     REGISTER HERE

Museum Tours

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Visit our Support page to learn more about partnering with the Museum.