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Art Classes


Regular after school Art and Craft classes in G Block, DLF phase 1, Gurgaon.

Children of ages 4 to 16 years, learn drawing and painting using various mediums. Students are taught in groups taking into account personal interests and needs. Every child is creative in his or her own way, some children are talented and some are enthusiastic about learning new techniques and exploring ideas. Every child in the group, enjoys learning and sharing their love for art. Join me as I attempt to parent in a way that encourages creative expression and imagination.

Inspiring a child's imagination and self - expression with various hands-on art activities. Age-appropriate art making lessons for children and teens, that include drawing, painting and craft making techniques is our forte.

Please call 9810314625 for an appointment.
Email: artwithchildren@gmail.com

Thank you. 

Best Regards,
Surekha Rao

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