Child's Play for Parents

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Have you ever found yourself wondering how to keep your child engaged during this time? Do you notice your child spending more time doodling and crafting? Have you ever wondered how you can support more of their creativity?

If you said yes to any of the questions above, then be sure to join us for Child's Play for Parents! 


Child's Play for Parents is a great new course designed to help parents support their creative child. 

This bi-monthly group course engages parents in ways they can support their creative child at home through arts-based curriculum and program development. Child's Play will help you support your creative child's growth as well as engage your own curiosity, innovation and creativity. Each session will have one play period, that will allow you to discover a new art activity, that can be done in your home. When boredom hits or when your child wants to create something different, Child's Play for Parents is the tool you need to keep those creative juices flowing. 

Each session will have one play period, that will allow you to discover a new art activity, that can be done in your home when boredom hits or kids want to create something different. 


This is an amazing offer for 8 weeks of hands on support in a small group setting to ask questions and meet the needs of your child. 

Now is the time to stop racking your brain and get creative for your creative child. Register today. 

Courses begin Saturday, July 11, 2020 through October 17, 2020

Times: 11:30a-12:30p ET


Every other Saturday 

COURSE SCHEDULE (subject to change)

Saturday, July 11, 2020

Saturday, July 25, 2020

Saturday, August 8, 2020

Saturday, August 22, 2020

Saturday, September 5, 2020

Saturday, September 19, 2020

Saturday, October 3, 2020

Saturday, October 17, 2020

Cost $35 per session




$197 for 8 sessions. 

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Instructor: Heidi Jeub


Heidi Jeub is a multi-disciplinary visual artist from Little Falls, Minnesota. She received a B.A. in Studio Art (1999) and a Masters of Professional Studios in Arts & Cultural Leadership(2017), both at the University of Minnesota. She has shared her art form with schools and communities as a teaching artist since 2003, and has been selected to be on teaching rosters with Compas, Inc., VSA-Minnesota, and Lifetime Arts. She has received several grants for her professional growth, as well as the Emerging Artist Award (CMAB) and the Outstanding Contributor to the Arts of Morrison County with FWAC. With over 12 years experience in nonprofit administration, she has run several juried exhibits, designed new art programs, and facilitated community conversations around the arts. In 2019, she was awarded with the opportunity to build the Tiny School of Art & Design to build community through the foundations of art, and serve as a value-added option for her already solid teaching artist engagements.