Helping Hands: Molding Clay (Ages 6-8)

What does it mean to be kind and how do you show kindness to others? In this class, we use the creative process of molding clay with our hands to symbolize the power we have as humans to mold our world into a better one. Students will create their own clay hands, but they will also better understand the role they each can play in making the world a better place. Art can represent what artists hope for in the world.

Special Notes

  • Students may go outside for walks. Students age 6-8 will use airdry clay that can be taken home on Friday.

    This is an On-site course. Students must follow current CDC + VDH guidance outlined on our website:

About the Instructor

Jazmine Beatty

Jazmine is currently attending VCU’s Art Education Master’s Program and received a BFA in Communication Design in 2020 from Texas State University. As a human-centered designer and artist, passion, commitment, and empathy for others guides Jazmine’s work. She loves working with kids and has been deeply ingrained in the arts from a young age. Through her experiences creating and teaching art, Jazmine realized she wants to help young people utilize their creative talents to explore and expand possibilities in art-related fields. As a teacher, Jazmine strives to give students a space to freely express themselves and engage with one another in order to gain a better understanding of themselves, others, and the world around them.


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Helping Hands: Molding Clay (Ages 6-8)

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Class Details
July 17 - July 211 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Days: Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri
Tuition: $140.00
Member Tuition: $126.00
Additional fees apply
Instructor: Jazmine Beatty