Art and Play

Date(s) - Thu, 09/24
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

With Intentions Holistic Studio




Art & Play
With Regina Viqueira

Every Thursday at 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm (Doors open 5:15 pm)
Offering $15


Art & Play is a 1-hour Studio Art Class at With Intentions Holistic Studio designed for children ages 7-12 years old. 


Art & Play includes a 15-minute warm-up game involving ideas about creativity, self-love, community, and meditation. Then, after a brief 5-10 minute demonstration and project introduction, children will be invited to creatively respond to the given project for the duration of the class (approximately 30 minutes making time).


Art & Play is a weekly class, and prompts/themes will carry over two consecutive classes. The second day of the project will involve less demo time and more making time. However, students can join the class at any point with modification and 1-on-1 demonstrations as needed.


Face coverings required within the studio at all times. 


Class size is limited to 5-8 children (up to 5 separate families/8 children) to allow for social distancing. 


Parents/guardians are welcome to stay in the studio, or leave children for the class (based on the discretion of the teacher). Children must be picked up promptly at 6:30 pm.


Parents/guardians must sign a release/waiver for each child prior to class start time. RSVP and prepayment required to save your spot.


Offering $15


Materials included to borrow or BYO/buy a kit for $5-8. 
Gloves, hand sanitizer, sanitizing wipes available for use in the studio.


Or, join the Junior Art Membership for $45 a month and get full access to all Art & Play classes for 30 days, as well as a Basic Art Kit at sign-up (3 Drawing pencils, eraser, crayons, colored pencils) to use and keep. Membership renewal due the following month on the date of sign-up.



Regina Viqueira is a New Jersey-based artist and educator with a background in non-profit development and community engagement. She has several years experience working with children, and from 2018 – 2020 was teaching art for children in both a full-time and recreational art school in New Jersey.

Regina holds an MFA from the School of Visual Arts in New York City, NY and a BA from the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA. She is passionate about art making, education, and community building that challenges a singular ethos of contemporary art by celebrating a spectrum of cultural contexts. Regina has exhibited work at the Philippine Embassy in Washington, DC, El Museo del Barrio in New York City, and PULSE Art Fair in Miami, among other spaces.

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