Children's Art Classes in
Richmond, VA

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Choose the Best Kids’ Art Classes in Richmond

When you’re searching for art classes in Richmond, you’ll find plenty of options. At Children’s Art Classes in Richmond, VA, you’ll find a comprehensive nine-month program that explores more than 40 types of art to give your child exposure to various art techniques to help them find the one they love and develop their skills. Our dedicated instructors strive to help children tap into their natural creativity and imagination to keep them engaged and give them a productive new hobby to enjoy throughout their lifetimes.

Explore Our Art Programs for Kids

We provide various art classes for kids designed to accommodate children of all ages, as young as three. We help them explore various types of art techniques and hone their skills to give them a solid foundation in the arts. Our art programs for kids are an ideal solution for homeschooling families who are looking for enrichment programs to expand their children’s horizons and give them a well-rounded education. In addition to our art classes, we also host summer workshops to keep your child engaged and active when they aren’t attending school and are available for birthday parties if you’re looking for a fun, unique way to celebrate your child’s birthday. Contact us today to learn more.

Classes Offered at this Studio

Tiny Hands (3-4 year olds)

Introduction to Art (5-6 year olds)

Beginning Art (7-8 year olds)

Art 1 (9+ year olds)

Homeschool & Co-Op

Birthday Parties

Summer Workshops

Upcoming Events

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Meet Our Team

Laima Widmer

Laima Widmer


Has 30+ years of corporate marketing and advertising industry experience which has led her to opening the doors of Children’s Art Classes. 

As the owner of CAC, she wants to provide a strong arts foundation to all students, regardless of ability.  A foundation that can have a significant multiplier effect by raising critical thinking and competency skills, improving performance in other areas of study and offering a social community for children to explore and discover in ways that only art can facilitate. 

As a parent, she has seen the desire to enroll children in STEM and sports and feels that there should also be a focus on providing a creative outlet through Art. 

Her passion for art education is born out of continuing the legacy of her husband, who was a teacher in Chesterfield County at Thomas Dale HS, the  specialty center for the arts.

She taught high school Math but saw the incredible impact on a student’s performance when they were also enrolled in art or performing arts programs.

Summer workshops begin in June.
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