Families Creating Together runs programming throughout the year, including art workshop series for families, training for parents/caregivers to lead process-oriented art activities with their children, and visits to Boston-area arts, culture, science, and nature institutions.
Many of our programs are run via partnerships, and may have enrollment priority for members of the partner organization, but others are open-enrollment.
There is always enrollment priority for children living with a disability.
Our programming, which we are able to offer free/low-cost because of grant/donor funding we receive as a non-profit to carry out our organizational mission, is intended to reach families with financial need.
Upcoming FCT Programs
THE POWER OF OUR STORIES: What Does Clay Have to Say?
...with teaching artist Wendy Ellertson
Wednesdays April 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th and May 1st (+ optional followup fieldtrip), 5–7pm
Unitarian Universalist Urban Ministry, 10 Putnam St, Roxbury
(On 41 bus line; near Roxbury Crossing stop on Orange Line and Dudley Sq. bus station; parking available)
Join us for a FREE, disability-inclusive series of art workshops for children ages 5-13 accompanied by an adult family member/guardian. We'll create clay artwork to be fired in a kiln, then glaze it with bright colors. We'll have fun seeing what creatures and objects emerge from the clay, "telling" us what they want to be... surprises are bound to happen! As we figure out the story of our pieces, we'll build backdrops out of mixed materials, to help us display and perform these stories to each other at the end of the series.
Note: PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED. This is not a drop-in series - please enroll if you can commit to coming to at least 3/5 sessions, barring unforeseen circumstances (followup fieldtrip is optional).
To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call Maria Christina at 617-372-3022 and leave a message or text.
Your message must include: your name, phone, ages of children, language, & accommodations needed.