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Clement Kids Art

Clement Kids

Clement Kids Art

Introducing Kids to the Joy of Art

Clement Arts is proud to present Clement Kids Art — a place for kids, ages 6+, to discover the joy of art. Kids will develop the skills they need to express themselves and reflect the beauty of the world around us.

Clement Kids classes are open to all children in the community. Proceeds from classes help support local adoption. Children in foster care are invited to attend tuition free.

Spring 2021 Art Schedule:
January 21 - February 25
January 26 - March 2
March 9 - April 22

All art courses are 6-week courses.


Fall registration will open Tuesday, June 1.

Lettering + Sketchnotes (ages 10+)
Class is FULL. Please email to be placed on our waiting list.

*This is a 6-week course from March 9 - April 20
Tuesday 6:00 - 7:00 pm
Instructor: Raven Henderson

Pottery (ages 6-9)
Class is FULL. Please email to be placed on our waiting list.

*This is a 6-week course from March 9 - April 20
Tuesday 4:30-5:30 pm
Instructor: Jason Doblin

Art Around the World (ages 7+)
Class is FULL. Please email to be placed on our waiting list.

*This is a 6-week course from March 11 - April 22
Thursday 6:00-7:00 pm
Instructor: Amanda Newman

Watercolor (ages 9-13)
Class is FULL. Please email to be placed on our waiting list.

*This is a 6-week course from March 11 - April 22
Thursday 4:30 - 5:30 pm
Instructor: Raven Henderson

Pottery (ages 6-9)
Class is FULL. Please email to be placed on our waiting list.

*This is a 6-week course from January 26 - March 2
Tuesday 4:30-5:30 pm
Instructor: Addie Newcomer

Machine Sewing (ages 10-18)
Class is FULL. Please email to be placed on our waiting list.

*This is a 6-week course from January 26 - March 2
Tuesday 5:45 - 7:15 pm
Instructor: Susan Hollingsworth

Mixed Media 2 (ages 10-18)
*This is a 6-week course from January 21 - February 25
Thursday 4:30 - 5:30 pm
Instructor: Raven Henderson

Beginner Hand Stitch (ages 7+)
*This is a 6-week course from January 21 - February 25
Thursday 6:00-7:00 pm
Instructor: Amanda Newman

*Class will not be held the following dates for holidays:
Monday, January 18
Monday, February 15
Monday, March 29 - Friday, April 2


Westminster Campus
2303 Double Churches Road
Columbus, GA 31909

Fees & Registration

Registration/Supplies Fee (per student): $25
Registration fee must be paid for child’s name to appear on class roster. Registration fee is nonrefundable. An invoice for class will be sent via email on January 6 or once registration form is received.

Art Tuition (per student): $97.50 per course, except Machine Sewing ($146.25)*
*6 weeks in semester
*Can be paid in full or split into two payments

10% discount if semester paid up front
10% discount for active duty military
10% discount for additional children involved in these or other Clement Kids classes
$10 referral credit per new family referred
Only one discount available per family. Discounts are not able to be stacked.

Ask about our special offer to foster families – email

Click here to drop a class for Spring Semester 2021

About the Instructors

  • Raven Henderson – Mixed Media, Lettering, & Watercolor Instructor
    Raven Henderson – Mixed Media, Lettering, & Watercolor Instructor

    Raven Henderson has a professional background in the fine art galleries, graphic recorder, music industry, non-profits, and ministry work. Raven has done live graphic recording for an astronaut, Google Innovator, and countless sermons. She has even created an online community for Sermon Sketchnoters around the world. Through it all she has cultivated a private practice of using art as a mobile way to journal, relax and worship. Even art journaling while co-leading a mission team in Haiti. Raven loves all things artsy craftsy; loves learning; and loves sharing. Her faith is evident in all she does and creates.

  • Amanda Newman – Hand Stitching Instructor
    Amanda Newman – Hand Stitching Instructor

    Amanda Newman is a wife and mother of two children who are her biggest supporters and motivators. From an early age, she was an eager student of all the arts. She has been blessed to be surrounded by women with a variety of hand stitching skills, passed down to them through generations. She’s very excited to share these and other techniques she has learned with the next generation of eager students. As Amanda has grown up, those little early investments have grown into a life calling to mission work in Rwanda Africa where she gets to teach the women there skills to create products that she brings home to sell for them. It has grown into a business called COPO that sells their products all over the United States. Amanda sees the Lord answer in her own life over and over her prayer from Psalm 90:17 “May the favor of the Lord our God rest on us; establish the work of our hands for us– yes, establish the work of our hands.” She cannot wait to see what the Lord does with the work of those little hands she is trusted with.

  • Addie Newcomer - Pottery Instructor
    Addie Newcomer - Pottery Instructor

    Addie Newcomer is a local artist and teacher who works in arts education. Some of her favorite ways of working are through painting and pottery, and she is drawn to beautiful, functional art.

  • Susan Hollingsworth – Machine Sewing Instructor
    Susan Hollingsworth – Machine Sewing Instructor

    Susan Hollingsworth is a retired educator with thirty years of teaching experience in elementary school and college. Her love of teaching and learning have been constants in her life as has her love for the creative arts. Susan learned to sew as a 6th grader in her home economics class, but her love of sewing began as a young child. Her mother also sewed and one of her greatest joys was wearing something her mother had made for her. Susan loves all aspects of sewing with a particular interest is in sewing accessories, specifically totes, clutches and wallets. She believes that the creative process is an invaluable learning tool and looks forward to using her gifts and talents in service to God and others.

  • Jason Doblin - Pottery Instructor
    Jason Doblin - Pottery Instructor

    A father of three children, Jason Doblin began working in ceramics while in high school. Earning a BFA in Art from Shorter University and an MFA in ceramics from The University of Alabama, Jason has had the opportunity to teach at the university level, teach private classes, and to own and manage his own ceramic studio. For the last 8 years, Jason and his family have lived and worked in southeast Asia. While back in Columbus for an extended furlough, Jason is thrilled to get the chance to partner with Clement Arts to help raise up a new generation of passionate artists. 


For additional class info or billing questions, email


· Class Size: Our class sizes will range from 4-7 students to ensure space for social distancing within our building.
· Monitoring Classes: Our Executive Director, Carmen Overton, and Clement Kids Director, Amelia Cox will be welcoming students before every class and be available in the building to help monitor each Clement Kids class this fall semester.
· Entrance/Exit: We will have one entrance door and one exit door for all students coming and leaving classes. The first door on the right outside of our building will be used for entering/dropping off students and the second door on the right (near the CA offices) will be used for exiting/picking up students.
· Entrance Procedures: Temperatures will be taken by scanning foreheads before students enter the building. Students will not be touched during this process and the Clement Arts Staff Member will be wearing a mask. Hand sanitizer will be available upon entering the building. Instructors will gather students shortly before classes begin. If a student is running late then Carmen or Amelia will walk students back to the classroom once they arrive. Those with a temperature of 100.4 or higher won’t be allowed to remain on the property.
· Exit Procedures: Instructors will walk students out of the exit door following classes and stand with students until each student is picked up by their parent/guardian.
· Classroom: Students will have specified chairs in the art and music rooms and space in the dance studio to ensure they are distanced from other students.
· Ballet Shoes: We are requesting that ballerinas wear a slip on shoe (or another shoe) to walk in our building to the dance studio and bring their ballet shoes to change into once they walk into the studio. They will have a space outside of our studio for their shoes.
· Masks: At this time masks are not required by the state of GA, however the CDC does recommend the use, so we will do what is best for each circumstance. Our instructors will wear masks (except when dancing), and we request that any adult in our building wear a mask. We recommend that students wear them when arriving and departing as there are multiple classes beginning and ending around the same time on class days. We understand that your child may have sensory issues and we want to respect that wearing a mask might be a hindrance for them. Please do what you feel is best for your family. We will have disposable masks available and are offering for one to be purchased for your child when registering for classes.
· Waiting Room: Our waiting room will be closed until further notice as there is not a large enough space for social distancing indoors for families to wait while classes are in session. The doors to our building will be unlocked and parents/guardians will have access to their children at all times.
· Outdoor Waiting Space: Greenspace behind our building is open for playing/waiting with families until classes conclude for the day. Clement Arts will not be held responsible for any injuries or illness that occurs while waiting during classes.
· Playground: The playground is open. Clement Arts is not responsible for any injuries that may occur on the playground if entered. Please supervise children in your care.
· Watching Classes: Parents are welcome to watch the first few weeks of ballet lessons from our hallway area or window that looks into our studio. A mask will be required inside our building for adults and social distancing is required while watching classes.
· Water Fountain: Our water fountain will be closed and we encourage our students (especially dancers) to bring a filled water bottle with them to class.
· Bathrooms: Men and women’s bathrooms will be available for use and will be sanitized at the end of each class day. Social distancing is required.
· Cleaning Procedures: All surfaces and supplies and bathrooms will be sanitized in between classes and at the end of each class day. Routine cleaning of surfaces, such as tables, doorknobs, light switches, countertops, handles, desks, sinks, toilets, etc.
· Coronavirus symptoms and diagnoses: Students and employees who test positive for COVID-19 must remain in isolation at home for 14 days. They may return to classes or after symptoms have resolved and they are fever-free without medication for the last three days of isolation. Persons within the class/organization of a student or instructor who has tested positive for COVID-19 will be notified. All students and instructors who are diagnosed must test negative or be quarantined for 14 days and be asymptomatic for three days before returning to class.
· Hand sanitizer will be available in all classrooms and upon entering the building.
· If a student shows any signs of illness or has a fever before entering our building, then we will discuss the student not participating in class on that day. If your child shows any signs or symptoms of illness, please do not come to class and take any necessary health measures.
· If a student needs their parent/guardian at any point during classes, then Carmen or Amelia will call the number on file immediately.
· Clement Arts will not be held responsible for any injuries or illness that occurs while classes are in session.
· These requirements and recommendations will be reviewed as the semester progresses and may be relaxed as guidance and conditions warrant. We plan to follow guidelines from the CDC and our city and state health officials.
· Under Georgia law, there is no liability for an injury or death of an individual entering these premises if such injury or death results from the inherent risks of contracting COVID-19. You are assuming this risk by entering these premises.
· During the first week of classes we will have each parent/guardian sign a hard copy of these regulations stating that you understand and agree to the above requirements and recommendations.
· Please email any questions to Amelia Cox at