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BULLETIN: After great consideration and review … 

  • Weeks 1-4 of the AAM’s summer art sessions for ages 5-8 and 9-13 have been cancelled. We’re optimistic that Weeks 5-8, starting July 27th, will take place – but, due to physical distancing requirements, the number of spaces is limited. Don’t delay, enroll today!
  • Download the AAM’s health and safety guidelines for 2020 Summer Art Weeks.
  • View a personal video message from Abby Rovaldi (a.k.a. Miss Abby), Attleboro Arts Museum Programs Coordinator on health and safety tips this summer. 
  • Both Summer Ceramics for ages 5-8 and 9-13 and Adult/Child Summer Art Workshops have been cancelled.
  • The “Arts Night at the Museum” event on Saturday, Aug 22nd from 6-7:30pm has also been cancelled. We know this gathering is highly anticipated and will be greatly missed by students & families.  We’ll  celebrate in a different way this year by showcasing more amazing artworks created each week via social media. Stay tuned for the return of “Friday Favorites” and new “Special Showcases” of our summer art week budding artists.

Feel free to contact the Museum with any questions: office@attleboroartsmuseum.org



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Be enlightened and engaged by the wonders and challenges of art making.  Enroll in one of the W. Charles Thompson Museum School art classes workshops or summer/vacation art sessions at the Attleboro Arts Museum.  The Museum offers a variety of hands-on arts experiences for all ages.

Our award-winning faculty members are experienced arts educators that thrive in the classroom. Tuition includes exposure to/discussions of professional artwork in the Museum’s Ottmar Gallery.  Classes and workshops are scheduled throughout the calendar year.

We are firmly committed to providing exciting arts experiences to students of all ages, and aim to expose promising and professional artists to the wonders of art making and the joys of imaginative thinking.

In order for our art classes to operate safely and efficiently, we ask that all students and parents/guardians read and become familiar with the policies and guidelines within our handbook.  A fully completed handbook signature page is required on the first day of each art class session.  Thank you.

Download the W. Charles Thompson Museum School at the Attleboro Arts Museum Art Student Handbook.

The signature page is the last page in the file.  Please read our Handbook and familiarize yourself with our guidelines and policies and before registering for all classes, summer/vacation art sessions and workshops.  Thank you.

Feel free to call us at 508.222.2644 x10 with questions.



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