Trash to Treasure with Seattle ReCreative
Make art using recycled materials with Seattle ReCreative! Using art-making and creative thinking, we will problem solve, work together, and have a blast! Each week will feature a different material and activity to inspire your child's imagination. From popsicle sticks to bottle caps, from fabric to cardboard, the creative possibilities are endless!
Seattle ReCreative promotes creativity, community, and environmental stewardship through creative reuse and arts education. Our teachers lead process-oriented art activities, designed to stimulate children’s curiosity and creativity while utilizing a vast array of recycled materials.
Fridays, 2:50-3:50pm (follows All-Clubs recess)
February 9 through June 1
No class: February 23 or April 13
Instructor: Marva Holmes
Location: room 136 in Brick (Thibault)
PTSA Activity Fee: $25
This class is FULL.
Scholarships and payment plans available; please contact the Enrichment Team.
Before registering, please read our enrichment policies here.
After 15 years teaching preschool and prekindergarten students Marva decided it was time to shake things up. She started back to school almost 30 years after graduating with her BA in Children's Theater from Central Washington University. Before she was a classroom teacher, Marva worked as an administrator and arts specialist at Seattle Children's Theatre, Studio East, and many other locations in the Seattle area. In her spare time you can see Marva participating in art parades: Marva has been in three Fremont Solstice Parades, five Burien Arts-a-Glow, two Buskers in the 'Burg, and the West Seattle Mermaid Parade. She is a Lead Teacher and Outreach Coordinator at Seattle ReCreative