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The Abbey is a hub for artists, students, and community members of all ages & incomes to expand their creativity, artistic skill, explore new ideas and develop deeper connections between brain, body, and their community! We host many events and artistic community experiences that encourage learning. We also welcome local teachers to offer classes in the space.
Want info? Find class details, teachers, & updated schedules via our Classes Calendar
See our Pinterest for some mind expanding art from around the world – www.ArtsBrain.org
Or check out our other site, showing creative ingenuity from around the Seattle area – www.CreativeSeattle.org
Abbey Arts EarlyShow Concerts happening every month or two! - www.fremontabbey.org/early
June 21-22 Abbey Arts Tent @ Fremont Fair, FREE!
May 31, 2014 YoGreenies — A FUN family event with yoga and green smoothie making!
May 11th, 2013 @ Woodland Park Zoo – Mommy & Me event with arts activities by Abbey teaching artists and special music performance by Pepper Proud on stage at 1:30pm in her kids music band (and animal costumes!). www.zoo.org for more
June 1, 2013, Noon – EARLY SHOW at the Abbey with local bands performing fun music for ALL ages, before or after nap times. :-) Family tickets available! See our Facebook events for updates as they become available.
June 22-23, 2013 @ Fremont Fair – Kids arts activities (and more for ALL ages) plus Abbey stage! www.fremontfair.org for more
Kidz 4 Art — Now enrolling! Affordable six-week sessions
Thursdays from 4:00-5:00 pm with Kathleen McHugh & Karen MacKenzie.
*SPECIAL FIRST TIME REGISTRATION DISCOUNT*
These classes are geared towards children ages 7-13. They will learn art
fundamentals through fun, exploratory projects. Along with helping to express
creative individuality, they will also learn skills that they can apply to ALL
facets of learning!
Register @ Kidz4Art.wordpress.com
Cooking classes return! Join in all the food/arts fun on the first Monday of each month. Register Now, minimum 5 students to activate. See Google Calendar for most up to date class information, or for more from past classes click over to the SUPERFOODS PAGE.
10/22/12 – 10/23/12
@ Fremont Oktoberfest – Family Village – 11 am-4pm – FREE! Learn to polka, zucchini races, community sculpture & more! Find us outside of ticketed Oktoberfest area @35th & Phinney Avenue.
6/1/12 – Fremont Fair is coming up June 16-17! Tons of FREE fun for the family + the Abbey Stage and more. www.fremontfair.org
5/2/12 – More workshops for kids happening at Solid Ground‘s Brettler Family Place! Introducing ArtCycle: Junk into Art Workshop. Your donations support these arts programs for formerly homeless families.
4/4/12 – Fresh Spring Classes are here, in addition to our ongoing classes – Register Now!
[5-6 yrs Brain Meets Body: Modern Dance Adventures] – Mondays 4-4:55p
[9-12 yrs Action! Kids Beginning Film Class] – Thursdays 4-5:30p
Scholarships available for kids on free/reduced lunch. Applies to most group classes & even some private music instruction.
We believe everyone is creative and that people of all ages and all incomes should have access to community-centered arts experiences. Which means both learning in classes and learning through performing and attending performances are vital.
Here at the Fremont Abbey, local skilled teaching artists share their passion and impart knowledge to all ages and incomes in ways that are interactive, inspiring and giving back to the community.
Our classes or performance opportunities:
Want an unique, creative birthday party? Host your child’s personalized Art Explorers party here at the Abbey complete with fun themes and teaching artists from the Abbey’sclasses available to help with mini-classes that are fun & educational.
Sliding Scale pricing for all incomes, typically $150-500 depending on date/time/teacher/etc.
To remain a vibrant community arts center, we strive to be accessible for all ages and incomes. We believe (and recent studies have shown) that collaborative arts experiences actually strengthen individuals and communities… not to mention the effect on your brain development at any age!
One of the ways we support development and stay sustainable is by offering “built in” scholarships with every group class at the Abbey.
Many Abbey classes have a minimum size to become active as well as a maximum size to maintain a quality educational experience. Please tell your friends to join!
Most of our classes are started by local teachers who want to help in their community for a truly grass-roots Arts Education experience! The key to success is an exciting & fun class that fills a need and can be promoted well to have at least 5 students enrolled (+ any scholarship students). Feel free to email classes(at)fremontabbey.org with your proposal.