Published by The Bee News

June 7, 2020

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As Kingman city eases out of the Covid-19 restrictions and stores open up, the Kingman Center for the Arts is easing back into what will be their second 2020 session of art education classes held at the ArtHub in downtown Kingman at the corner of Beale Street and 4th Street (402 E Beale Sr). Sandra Romanski, Education Director, states that classes will follow the CDC guidelines with social distancing and other safety guidelines implemented in the classroom settings.
The Kingman Center for the Arts facility alternates between an art gallery show and an arts education center. For six weeks the space displays artworks from local artists then the following six weeks offers a variety of different art classes for all levels. 
Classes this session include belly dancing, oil painting, beginner children sketching, and more. The complete list of classes can be found at

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