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    Kids’ Art Classes and Workshops in Boulder

    Drop-in and One-Day Options for Visitors

    “Every child is an artist.” – Pablo Picasso 

    Why not inspire your kiddo's creativity on vacation? With its focus on the arts, Boulder is the perfect place to let your child’s imagination run wild. Whether it’s through drawing, painting, music or theater, creative pursuits boost kids’ self-esteem, and a drop-in class during your next visit is just the ticket to inspiration.

    Here are just a few Boulder spots for kids to unleash their inner artists:

    Tinker Art Studio

    Drop in for Tinker Art Studio's Tinker Time classes running multiple times each week. Tinker also offers School Day Off camps and workshops. Find more classes at

    Color Me Mine

    Drop in to Color Me Mine to paint with your child or drop them off for a workshop or Kids Day/Night Out party. Kids love painting piggy banks and figurines of their favorite characters, including Hello Kitty and Marvel superheroes! Open daily.

    BMoCA Art Stop

    Combine a Saturday visit to the Boulder Farmers Market with a stop at Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art (BMoCA). The museum's Saturday Art Stop program (April-September) lets your kiddos take part in free, hands-on art making. Held outdoors on the front porch of the museum, projects are designed to complement exhibitions within the museum, as well as the colors, shapes and textures of the market. Read more about BMoCA's youth programs here.

    BMOCA Art Stop for Kids

    Rocky Mountain Theatre for Kids

    Are your kids bound for Broadway? Help them hone their singing and acting skills at Rocky Mountain Theatre for Kids' theater classes and camps. Register at

    Common Threads

    If your ‘tween or teen loves fashion, Common Threads’ innovative knitting, sewing, screen-printing and jewelry-making classes will be a hit. Yes, there are even American Girl Doll camps during the summer. Or drop in for monthly Independent Project Workshops. Find the schedule at


    Also check out our Things to Do with Kids section for more family-friendly ideas.