Pump House Art Workshops for Homeschoolers


The Pump House Regional Arts Center located in La Crosse has an exciting list of Fall Workshops, which were created especially to make art accessible to homeschool students, ages 6 to 18.

Students can enroll in just the sessions they like.

Classes offered include everything from printmaking, sculpture, and collage to drawing, watercolors, and pastels.

Pump House instructor Ben Alberti guiding Paint & Pour students through a painting of the Big Blue Bridge. http://www.thepumphouse.org

Fall Workshops are held on Wednesdays, October 15-November 19.

You may enroll in one, many, or all.

Cost: $10 – $12 for each student workshop.

For class descriptions, dates and times, and enrollment information, click here: http://www.thepumphouse.org/event/youth-workshops/Youth Workshops

For more information or to enroll, please call the Pump House at 608.785.1434, or email Ben@thepumphouse.org.

This is a great opportunity for homeschool youth to participate in the arts community.   The Pump House hopes to encourage participation in the arts among youth by providing creative outlets in a positive learning environment.

Classes will meet in the Pump House Front Gallery, where instructors will be waiting to guide students to the workshop area.

The Pump House is located in the heart of Historic Downtown La Crosse at 119 King Street.

The Pump House is a non-profit organization founded in 1977, with the mission to: Enhance the quality of life in the region by maintaining the Pump House as a cultural center; and by promoting a wide range of visual and performing arts activities including performance, participation and appreciation.

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