Give your children the gift of being creative, learning through art, and having fun with friends this festive season. We’re partnering with The Red Brick Center for the Arts, a community arts center and gallery in Aspen, to bring children’s art experiences that celebrate the holiday season at the Hotel Jerome. In each session, kids will explore an artistic theme through different mediums such as collage, painting, sculpture, and more to create holiday-inspired art with Arts Educator Natalie Squillante. Children under 5 can enjoy crafts modified for their age level for the first hour, and children 6 and older are invited to join for the second hour for a festive craft for their age. All crafts created will be available to take home at the end of each workshop.
- $35 Hotel Jerome guests | $55 non-Hotel Jerome guests
About Red Brick
Red Brick is Aspen’s home for the local arts where artists, organizations, creatives, educators, and entrepreneurs come together to collaborate and inspire. Their Aspen art gallery hosts changing exhibitions throughout the year which feature dynamic, innovative artworks in a variety of mediums by Colorado artists with an emphasis on Roaring Fork Valley artists. The Red Brick also offers diverse art classes for adults and kids and hosts art events year-round for people of all ages. They believe that through interaction, collaboration, and creativity a community can thrive.
About Natalie Squillante
Natalie Squillante is a working artist and teacher in the Roaring Fork Valley. She ventured to the Rockies from Rhode Island in 2016 to work at Anderson Ranch Arts Center in the Ceramics Studio. She now holds a position as the studio tech and gallerist at The Colorado Mountain College, Aspen. She is also the Arts Educator at The Red Brick where she designs and teaches art classes for children. She has worked and taught at studios and art centers such as the Aspen Art Museum, Carbondale Clay Center, and The ART BASE. She delights in and gets involved with community-based arts projects whenever she can and loves bringing her passion for nature and the arts to many programs.
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