The Westport Arts Center is excited to welcome Noah Steinman as its new Education Assistant for the 2016 – 2017 season. In this role, Noah will serve as the lead instructor for the Arts Center’s 2016 Summer Camps and ongoing youth education classes.
Steinman is a native of Westport, CT and is a graduate of Staples High School. He graduated from Oberlin College in 2013 with degrees in Studio Art and Art History, and received his Masters in Fine Arts from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in 2016.
Steinman has been teaching and tutoring young artists for nearly eight years. His experience includes the development of education programs with The Greenwich Art Council and teaching at Norwalk Community College.
“I love working with young aspiring students – they don’t have strong preconceptions about art and it’s so rewarding to see them experiment and gain confidence,” said Steinman. “I hope to make the Arts Center classroom a fun, interactive and creative space, with a focus on developing new skills,” he added.
Westport Arts Center Director of Education, Lindsay Heffernan, stated, “Our summer campers are going to love working with Noah. His brings a high level of enthusiasm, creativity and expertise to the classroom.”
The Westport Arts Center offers ten one-week sessions of fine arts camps for ages 5-12. All camps feature brand new, mixed media art projects that invite creativity and experimentation while building technical skill. The Arts Center has brought back previous camp favorites, including LEGO® Design, and is introducing new relevant themes including its nature-focused Sticks & Stones camp and a graphic- and merchandise-design focused Dynamic Designers.
Summer camp at the Westport Arts Center is designed to provide flexibility and timing options. Partial week and single day (space permitting, beginning 72 hours before a given camp) opportunities are available, as well as an extended afternoon experience.
Each week of Westport Arts Center camp is $310 for non-members/$295 for members for morning sessions (ages 5 – 8) and $210 for non-members/$195 for members for afternoon sessions (ages 8 – 12). A short week is available the week of July 4th. Mini-camps and pre-K camp fees are $160 for non-members/ $140 for members.
To learn more and register, visit www.westportartscenter.org or call 203/222-7070 today. Campers who refer a friend will receive a 10% discount on a future camp or class; more details are available on the Westport Arts Center website. Gift certificates for individual weeks of camp are also available.
About the Westport Arts Center
The Westport Arts Center, a nonprofit organization dedicated to connecting community through the arts, reaches more than 11,000 people annually through outstanding programs in visual arts, arts education, and the performance arts of Chamber and Jazz music.
The Westport Arts Center also receives philanthropic support from the Aibel Foundation; Artur and Heida Hermanns Holde Foundation, Inc.; AB Bernstein; the Brant Foundation; CBP; Cohen and Wolf, P.C.; Connecticut Cigar Company; Connecticut Office of the Arts; Disney Worldwide Services, Inc., DanceSport; Dragone Motor Cars; EC Infosystems, Inc.; Fairfield County Bank; Finn, Dixon & Herling LLC; Fleishers Craft Butchery; 4th Row Films; Geigers Home and Garden; GWAY Marketing Gymnasium; Hal Prince Music; the Hall Art Foundation; Land Rover Milford; Lillian August; the Mitchell’s Family of Stores; Moffly Media; Newman’s Own Foundation; Rosenkranz Foundation; Saugatuck Sweets; Shack Sackler Foundation; Sheffer Family Foundation; Sontag Advisory LLC; Stamford Tent; Sun Hill Foundation; Verde Energy USA, Inc.; Vespa Restaurant; Wells Fargo Advisors; Westport Family Counseling; Westport Now; William J. Rosenbloom Charitable Trust; Xerox Foundation; WPKN; and WSHU Public Radio Group.
For more information, contact the Westport Arts Center at (203) 222-7070 or www.