Join Ms. Jodie for some Hanukkah crafting fun! Each participant will create their own unique Menorah to share with their family. We will snack on some sufganiyah (jelly donuts) as well as create and eat our own edible Menorahs! It will be a fun time to either learn about a new holiday or make a new family tradition of using your own homemade Menorah. This class is open to ages 4 and up. As always, dress for the possibility of an art mess. 


Join us for Family Friday on December 20th from 12-2pm! Most schools have a half day or are already out for winter break. We will have pizza, drinks and a sweet treat while we create wintery crafts. Gingerbread Houses, Cookie Decorating and More! The ticket price covers up to 4 members of a family. You can add additional family members for only $5 per person. We will invoice you for the extra people after checkout. 


School may be out, but Easel Town is still in session! Join us for mini camps throughout the school year. Each camp has a different theme that inspires our art. Up next, we have Beading for Beginners or Reindeer Games on December 24th. We are also offering a Potions and Slime Camp on January 2nd & 3rd. Siblings save 10% with the code SIBLING. School’s Out Camps are open to children ages 4 and up. Snack is provided, but children are encouraged to bring their own water bottle. As always, dress for the possibility of an art mess!

Credit and much thanks to Joan Cusick for the photo!


 Paul and Lisa Miller have been combining their talents for over 14 years as they raise 3 boys and spread their love of the arts and teaching with the Memphis community. They built Easel Town with the purpose of providing unique, high quality fine art instruction for children in an environment that encourages authentic creativity born through problem solving and a willingness to risk mistakes. Their goal is to cultivate a community where the experiences and skills gained through the art process are viewed as important tools for future successes.