Art Classes

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A Place for All Pieces
Murrieta
www.aplaceforallpieces.org
Art and Science Club meets every other month, and provides an opportunity for children on the spectrum to explore, socialize and develop friendships, in a supporting environment.  Events include small and directed activities so that everyone can get to know each other and build a strong and healthy bond. Previous activities have included science experiments, cooking, painting and holiday parties.

Art Moppet Studio
24550 Village Walk Place #F, Murrieta
(951) 696-4880
Special needs friendly art classes.

Riverside Art Museum
3425 Mission Inn Ave., Riverside
(951) 684.7111
www.riversideartmuseum.org/education/youth/special-needs-classes/
Art Education Classes & Workshops
RAM offers diversified studio art classes and workshops for both children and adults. They maintain a balance of traditional and innovative instruction in small-class settings to accommodate individual interests and needs. The museum’s frequently changing exhibits and fine art atmosphere add an inspirational quality to each student’s learning experience.

Special Needs Visual Arts Program – City of Temecula Recreation Dept
(951) 694-6480
https://temeculaca.gov/807/Special-Needs-Programs
For adults 18 and older with special needs.  This program will enhance self-expression, coordination, and imagination through visual arts. Participants will develop skill in painting, drawing, and visual design all while enjoying themselves.  Held Thursdays from 3:00 – 5:00 pm at the Craft Room at the MPSC.  Participants must register before attending. Winter & Spring Sessions are 14 week programs.

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