thejamjar in Dubai is hosting art sessions for kids

Little ones can release their inner Picasso at these fun sessions

thejamjar in Dubai is hosting art sessions for kids

If you're trying to find new and interesting ways to keep your kids occupied this spring break (aren't we all), then you may just be in luck, because thejamjar is running a series of art classes for kids.

Little ones can get messy and release their inner Picasso at the same time at this cool community art space in Alserkal Avenue.

The Short and Sweet art sessions are aimed at kids over four, take place three times a day during the week and host a maximum of ten children at a time.

Parents have the choice of staying to watch what their little artists get up to in the hour-long class, or alternatively they can drop them off and head to one of the plentiful coffee shops in the area for a little me-time.

The classes cost Dhs131.25 per child and a new project will be set for the class each day.

Little creative-types will be given a canvas and will be set an arty task to complete within the hour-long session.

If you're lucky mums and dads, they may bring back a masterpiece, either way, you know you will be expected to hang it on the wall.
Dhs131.25 (child). Sun-Thu 10am-11am, 11.30am-12.30pm, 2pm-3pm. thejamjar, Alserkal Avenue, Al Quoz, Dubai, www.thejamjardubai.com booking@thejamjardubai.com (04 3417303).

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