Got a creative kid?  Worcester Art Museum has dozens of classes for kids to channel their creativity and help add shape that budding talent. Registration is now open for the winter session of youth art classes, which run January 5 to March 6.

Programs include everything from painting, cartooning, fashion design, creative writing, and animal drawing, to a portfolio-building course for college-bound students, and family art-making workshops on Sunday afternoons.
“Whether you’re looking for a fun indoor activity, or you need to sharpen your skills before applying to art school, Worcester Art Museum has the class for you,” said Associate Director of Education, Marcia Lagerwey. “Classes are conveniently offered in the mornings, afternoons, evenings and on weekends so they can fit into anyone’s schedule.”

Costs range from $90 to $245.  For a brochure detailing complete course listings and registration information, and 24-hour online registration, visit the Museum’s Web site, <> , or call (508) 799-4406 ext. 3129. A limited number of scholarships are available for those in need of financial assistance.

Located on Salisbury St., in Worcester, Massachusetts, the Worcester Art Museum opened in 1898 and is one of America’s most respected art museums. The museum is world-renowned for its 35,000-piece collection of paintings, sculpture, decorative arts, photography, prints, drawings and new media. For more information, visit  <> .