Spring Session of Hooten-Art Tuesdays at 3:15 (18 month-4 with caregivers) and 4:15 (4-6 with or with-out caregivers) begins March 14th. 

10 week session $270, siblings $150.

Paint with rain and snow! Combine ingredients you might find in the kitchen pantry to fascinating effect! Concoct colorful potions! Create a tinker tray sculpture with clay and loose parts! Fashion spin art using a salad spinner! If you value freedom to explore, open ended materials, and intriguing art invitations that take inspiration from science and nature, then this is the perfect class for your child. Taking a process-based approach, we will experiment with unexpected materials while letting projects develop organically according to the children's interests. Your little one is kept engaged by a new individual project each week as well as by revisiting an ongoing group work. This way the importance of creating and communicating with one another is encouraged while respecting each child's autonomy and decision making.

In Hannah's class the child is free to create, explore materials, and make her own decisions in a nurturing environment. The 4:15 class explores some more advanced projects such as weaving, mobiles, and printmaking. Follow @thisgreatforest (instagram.com/thisgreatforest) on Instagram for examples of Hannah's art practice for kids. Be prepared to get messy and have a blast making art this Spring!

We have one spot left for the 3:15 class. Please call to register at 718-369-0528. 

Our 4:15 class is Full For Spring

Hannah Kasper Levinson grew up in Ossining, NY and received a BFA in Painting from Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia and an MFA from Glasgow School of Art in Scotland. Her paintings have been exhibited all around the world and she has created artwork for Cabinet Magazine and the band Yo La Tengo. She is building momentum as an independent art teacher following her beloved Los Angeles-based "Paint and Play" class. Featuring a process-based approach, Hannah's art classes for kids are inspired by nature, science, art history, and her own two beautiful children. See Hannah's paintings at hannahkasper.com and follow @thisgreatforest on Instagram for her art practice for kids.