The Creativity Shell is launching a NEW media arts program called the Creativity Bug that will teach kids web design, magazine production, news reporting, photography, graphic design and more!
The Creativity Shell is a nonprofit organization on a mission to use creative trades to educate and inspire the next generation of makers. The organization teaches sewing/ textile arts and other home economics classes to students in public libraries, schools and shelters that rescue children from homelessness and human trafficking. Their classes are designed to educate and inspire children by teaching them essential life and practical skills.
The Creativity Bug is a great for building confidence and self-esteem. This class is also great for students who have difficulty reading and writing. They will get the opportunity to practice these skills in a creative environment.
During the course of the semester, students will get to create and publish material for our new website www.creativitybug.org. At the end of the semester, students will also get to publish their work in a printable magazine, the Creativity Bug!
Two Creativity Bug classes will be offered. There will be a Homeschool class on Tuesday’s from 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM at the Creativity Shell Museum District. A second class will be offered at the Creativity Shell Kingwood studio on Thursday’s from 6:30PM – 7:30PM. Classes will be taught by Creativity Shell’s Director, Shelancia Daniel.
This program is geared for children ages 8+
Register Homeschool Program at Creativity Shell Museum District:
Register Kingwood: https://app.mainstreetsites.com/dmn3570/class.aspx?cls=687200