MON-FRI 9:00AM – 4:00PM

JUL 23-27, 2018

Ages 6 – 11

Room 209


Children will explore ancient traditions of clay as we provide a positive, energy-filled studio for an authentic art experience. Students will learn how to make pottery using slab, coil, and pinching techniques to make functional art objects such as succulent planters, cups, and teapots.

Following the clay portion of the camp, children will make art projects in sculpture, printmaking, and yoga. The yoga portion of the camp is designed to introduce the concepts of mindfulness through playful exercises and song. Class time will focus on yoga poses that give the student increased strength, flexibility, concentration, and a heightened sense of self-esteem. 

Register early as this camp filled quickly last year!


$250 members

Family Memberships at the Center are $100, if interested you can sign-up online HERE or over the phone at (707) 938-4626 x1.

To register for this class please call (707) 938-4626 x1

Cristina Armizmandi

Cristina Armizmandi


Cristina has been teaching ceramics and art for nearly a decade. She is currently teaching at elementary schools in Sacramento, Placer, and Sonoma Counties, and is providing lessons and workshops, from her home studio in the Sierra Nevada Foothills. Cristina has been teaching at the Sonoma Community Center for the past three years and brings her passion for color and form to her young students.

Cristina’s educational background is in Art Studio-Ceramics studies from California State University, Sacramento and her pivotal teaching experiences including working with underprivileged adults with development disabilities of all ages. At ‘I Can Do That’, a K-12 combined needs program, Cristina created lesson plans that tied Common Core standards with art lessons which incorporated significant artist’s styles and techniques.

Elizabeth Piazza

Elizabeth Piazza


Elizabeth Piazza is a certified Wee Yogis Instructor.  She has invested her time to the study of Kids Yoga with the intention of spreading the love to our youth.  When Elizabeth is not teaching you can find her outside exploring the beauty of her home in Sonoma County.