TOSSworks is a series of workshops we host with partnering organizations for students in k-8th grade to experiment with visual mediums in more depth. The workshops are designed around a central theme, corresponding to relevant issues in our community.
Spring Workshop Series
$15 per workshop or $125 for all nine
To pay for your workshop(s): bring cash or card to Grace Episcopal the day of your student’s session. You can also pay online after registering.
3:30-4: Drop off, BYO snack time, acclimate
4-4:20: Thinkers think: discussion time, planning
4:20-5: Makers make: complete project
5:00-5:30: Assess work (celebrate!) and clean up
Cancellation Policy: A refund is given to students who cancel 10 days or more prior to the class start date. If a class is cancelled due to insufficient enrollment, registrants will be notified by email or phone within 24 – 48 hours of the first class. Registrants will be given the opportunity to transfer to another class or will be issued a refund.
What to Wear/What to Bring: Kids will get messy so make sure your student wears appropriate clothing and footwear (sneakers are best). A smock or apron will be provided but be advised that clay and paint will still sneak on to sleeves, collars, and uncovered areas. It is not fool proof! TOSS is not responsible for items that are lost or stolen.
Drop Off / Pick Up: Parents and guardians should walk their students into the Parish Hall to drop students off and pick students up. Instructors will not allow children to leave class until a parent or guardian arrives in the classroom for pick up. TOSS can only be responsible for children/students during the hours for which they are registered. Parents and children are welcome to enter the classroom at the stated start time but students will not be supervised by the Instructor before or after class time.
Art Pick Up: Students will be taking their art home with them at the conclusion of these workshops.
This project was supported by the N.C. Arts Council, a division of the Department of Natural & Cultural Resources, with funding from the National Endowment for the Arts.