Heidi Lowe Gallery will offer a fun eight-week class called Thinking Through Metal for kids 11-13 years old from 4:30 to 6 p.m., Mondays, Jan. 11 to March 1.
Participants will learn the basics of metalworking and explore ideas that intersect life and metal objects. Students will make a variety of wearable and non-wearable projects. It is a great way for kids to connect with each other, be creative, work with their hands and have a break from screens in a safe studio environment. The cost of the class includes the materials fee. No experience is necessary.
“It is so much fun to watch the kids express themselves in metal while learning how to make something new,” said Lowe.
Heidi Lowe Gallery is open for shopping by appointment, curbside pickup, and for private and group classes at 17522 Ward Ave. #2, Lewes.
For more information or to register, go to heidilowegallery.com or call 302-227-9203.
The Heidi Lowe Gallery team is following all COVID-19 safety guidelines and protocols of the CDC and government officials. The health and safety of the community are of the utmost importance. Classes are limited in size to enable social distancing. Tools and surfaces are cleaned frequently. Proper mask-wearing is required at all times in the studio. Using hand sanitizer upon arrival is required, and sanitizer is readily available during classes, as are sanitizing wipes. Team members will monitor activities closely, adjusting guidelines and protocols as needed to ensure the safety of students and staff.