Are you looking for a place to celebrate? The Dunedin Fine Art Center has got you covered! The Dunedin Fine Art Center is essentially a piece of art in itself. The center’s unique architecture coupled with our amazing exhibits creates...
Our award-winning instructors at the Dunedin Fine Art Center teach a variety of artistic mediums. Our instructors have taught at renowned schools and have been showcased locally, nationally and internationally. Combining education, experience and talent, our instructors have helped thousands of students, young and old, learn new artistic skills and unleash their creativity.
Please join us for conversation with the artists featured in this poetic exhibit: Elizabeth A. Baker, McArthur Freeman, II, Julian Buntaine Hoel, Kysa Johnson, Anne Mondro, Elsa Munoz, Luke Myers, Lisa Nilsson and Michael Reedy....
The Dunedin Fine Art Center is proud to offer the unique and exciting combination of art and educational experiences just for children and teens. Here, children and teens alike can explore their artistic abilities in a variety of ways! Visit the David L. Mason Children’s Museum, learn a new craft at one of our numerous summer camps, take an exciting tour with fellow classmates, make friends at Teen Art Club or celebrate your next birthday with the Dunedin Fine Art Center!
Note: See Schedules for more time slots on Mondays. 6 Individual 50 minute sessions employing therapeutic art techniques catered to the client and their needs. Great for children with mental, social and physical disabilities such as, but not limited to, ADD/ADHD, ODD, Autism spectrum disorders and learning disabilities. Art encourages creativity, reduces stress, improves self-esteem, and can increase awareness as well as help with symptoms of trauma. Art is an abstract form of communication that allows individuals to express their feelings and emotions non verbally. Art is used to improve hand eye coordination, spatial reasoning, concentration and attention to detail. Sessions can be a great addition to current therapies or as a chance to relax and explore emotions through the creative process. Jennifer Klaus received a B.F.A. in Illustration from Ringling College of Art and Design. She has been teaching 9 years at DFAC in the children/teen art classes/camps. Jennifer has a BA in Psychology and a Master's in Clinical Research/Social Work. She is a LCSW who has worked with children of all ages and their families in individual, family and group sessions, particularly those with behavior, learning and developmental disorders. Jennifer worked with Calvin A. Hunsinger and Paul B. Stephens (both Pinellas county center schools), an inpatient SIPP program for adolescents, an outpatient trauma and behavioral program for children and their families.
Levels: All Levels
Location: Dunedin Fine Art Center - 1143 Michigan Blvd., Dunedin FL