Young Rembrandts
Debbie Welker

Debbie Welker
Cincinnati, OH 45255
513-779-5858
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Young Rembrandts - East Cincinnati, Ohio

Come Draw With Us!

The Power of Drawing

Drawing is the fundamental skill of the visual arts that can - and should - be learned by all children.

Young Rembrandts teaches the drawing skills children need while developing learning skills that give children an academic advantage in the classroom.

SERVING CINCINNATI, OHIO SINCE 2003

OFFICE HOURS: Monday - Thursday: 9:00am - 4:00pm.  Friday: 9:00am - 12:00pm. Closed Government Holidays.

 

NEW FALL SESSIONS

 

Fall is in full swing and that means new sessions are running now! Whether preschool, elementary a Young Rembrandts class in the Cincinnatti area is a fun & educational way for kids to express their inner artist.

If you haven't registered yet, there is still time!

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DO YOU HOME SCHOOL IN THE CINCINNATI AREA?  Call us at (513) 779-5858 to find out more about setting up a home school drawing program.

DID YOU KNOW? -Young Rembrandts believes that ALL children need art in their lives, regardless of their economic or other circumstances. If you manage a grant program for your school and want to learn more about bringing the value of Young Rembrandts to your school's students, contact us at (513) 779-5858 to get started.

YOUNG REMBRANDTS PARTNERS - Young Rembrandts Cincinnati East is proud to partner with many schools and community centers in the Cincinnati area to offer our outstanding drawing program for children. Click here for a list of our current partners.

To learn more about how Young Rembrandts can partner with your organization or business, please contact Debbie Welker at debbie.welker@youngrembrandts.com

  

5 REASONS TO DRAW WITH YOUNG REMBRANDTS

1) Drawing is the foundation of the visual arts.

2) Drawing ignites kids' imaginations and creativity, helping them to explore and understand the world around them.

3) Drawing helps kids develop their fine motor skills, increases their focus and attention to detail, and builds many other skills that contribute to their success in the classroom.

4) Drawing is hugely important to help visual learners think and express their thoughts.

5) Drawing is FUN! 

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