Discover history through hands-on arts


Back by popular demand! Exploratory, hands-on arts workshops for kids aged 6-12 are where SHAK began in 2005. 

Now enrolling: Arts of the Middle Ages

Enroll by November 1

Early bird discount through October 20!

When: Jan 2-4, 2018, 9:30am-12:30pm

Where: University Heights Center, 5031 University Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105

Who: Kids aged 6-12 (for age 5 please inquire). 

Tuition: $140, or $112 if registering by Oct 20

In this half-day camp for kids aged 6-12, discover the beauty and fun of the medieval era! Enjoy hands-on crafts, music, stories, and skits from an age of myth and legend, kings and queens, calligraphy and Middle English.

The workshop is taught by SHAK's director Shulamit Kleinerman with longtime teaching collaborator, craftsman, and multi-instrumentalist Jacob Breedlove. Guest soprano Linda Strandberg visits to lead some singing. With a maximum of 12 kids in SHAK's signature "one-room schoolhouse" atmosphere, participants of mixed ages thrive together in exploring their interests and discovering new things. No special background is required.

All participants are all invited to come onstage with Shula, Jacob, and Linda to demonstrate material from the class as part of Saturday's family concert of medieval music! Free admission for one parent is included with class registration.

SHAK is proud to offer need-based financial aid. Please inquire!

Enroll online

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If you don't hear back in that time, please contact Shula

Your registration is complete when we receive your payment.

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Thank you!

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Seattle Historical Arts for Kids is fiscally sponsored by Shunpike. Shunpike is the 501(c)(3) non-profit agency that provides independent arts groups in Washington State with the services, resources, and opportunities they need to forge their own paths to sustainable success.