Ministry Door County Medical Center’s (MDCMC) Art for Health free workshops for children will begin at the end of January. The workshops focus on music and art using performance, demonstrations and other activities with local visual and performing artists as facilitators. These classes strengthen each participant’s relationship with art and emphasize how creativity in a child’s life contributes to their overall health.
Each free Art for Health session runs for five consecutive weeks. All Sturgeon Bay classes will be held at MDCMC at 4 pm. Another set of classes for Northern Door will begin the week of Feb. 19 and run through the end of March.
Sturgeon Bay Workshop Schedule
For 4 – 7 years of age: Jan. 20—All That Jazz; Jan. 27—I Have A Dream; Feb. 3—Drama In A Bag; Feb. 10—Paint Me A Song/Broadway Song Birds; Feb. 17—Peanut Butter & Jam.
For 8 – 12 years of age: Jan. 21—Jewelry Making; Jan. 28—Qigong for Kids; Feb. 4—Songwriting for Kids; Feb. 11—Fanciful, Fantastic, Whimsical & Wild Puppets!; Feb. 18—The Art of Storytelling.
Each class includes a project linked together with the visual arts and performing arts. Most classes include “jam sessions” with popular Door County musicians such as Dorothy Scott, Mike Bleck, Julian Hagen and Claire Morkin. Other guest artists in the visual and performing arts include Andria Nikoupolis-Weliky, Emily Salm, Jessa Lemke, Mary Innis, Ross Dipple, Ed DiMaio, Dan Riley, Jennifer Aldrich and others. Space is limited. For more information or to reserve a spot, call Terry Lundahl at 920.493.5979.