After School Program
Our after school program is for students ages 8 through 18. Students will learn a variety of skills from the arts. This will include creativity, confidence, problem-solving, perseverance, focus, non-verbal communication, receiving constructive feedback, collaboration, dedication, and accountability. Each week we will learn a different style of art by exploring art history and multiple mediums using elements of art and principles of design.
DigitalLab is a digital media lab for students at Newspring Art Studio. Through one-on-one or small group classes, we help students work effectively in digital media. Our focus is to introduce students to the exciting world of design. The sessions are 60 minutes long. Students will have access to computers with Adobe design and video software.
Newspring’s satellite program is open to all the surrounding students in the community! Newspring collaborates with other schools, organizations, and churches in Spring Branch to bring our program to students who might not have the means to come to Newspring due to cost or distance. Our satellites give students an opportunity to explore their artistic talents. Students will gain confidence, perseverance, and focus.
Passport to the World
Newspring Summer Art Camp Program features Passport to the World! Each summer the Newspring art studio buzzes with great art lessons and art activities for nine weeks. Join us as we study the arts, culture, and fun from around the world! Our art lessons include drawing, painting, collage, sculpture, jewelry making, and fun. Passport to the World features a vibrant learning experience in a caring and loving environment that Newspring is known for!
Spring Break Art Camp
Our spring break program is for students ages 8 through 18. Students will explore Van Gogh’s impressionist art style! After a fun week filled with painting and self-expression, we will take a field trip down to The Museum of Fine Arts Houston to experience the ‘Vincent van Gogh: His Life in Art’ exhibition!
City Connections is funded in part by the City of Houston and CASE for Kids, a division of Harris County Department of Education.