think round fine arts classes celebrate family and explore family creativity!

ONGOING CLASSES are presented in a 12 week series on Saturday mornings from 10:30-noon at THINK ROUND FINE ARTS, 2140 Bush Street, Suite 1B, San Francisco, CA 94115.

Classes are introduced by fine artists each week based on artworks from Asia, Africa, Europe, the Americas and Oceania. Our artists guide projects that explore family roles: ancestors, grandparents, moms, dads, boys, girls, infants, adolescents and family setting: home, front yard, backyard.

Family members work together to make masks, button blankets, Grecian urns, ancestor dolls, pyramids, Kachina dolls, animal masks, ceramics of all kinds.

Having fun and learning new things about each other and the world is our purpose.  At the end of each series of classes, your art is displayed at here at HARDIN STUDIO for your viewing pleasure.  

Drop-in classes are free of charge ; teens ages 13-17 do not need to be accompanied by an adult. No family or teen will be turned away for lack of funds. If you would like to sponsor a family, please let us know. We would greatly appreciate your support. Join us on October 13-14, 2018 until the end of the year for our next series of classes. For more information please heidi@heidihardin.com or call: (415) 602-9599.

 Families enjoy the exhibition of their artworks at an end of the 10 week sessions of making art. Here we see pyramids that hold all that each family members desire in their afterlife: shoes, foods, sports equipment, homes, and the like!

Families enjoy the exhibition of their artworks at an end of the 10 week sessions of making art. Here we see pyramids that hold all that each family members desire in their afterlife: shoes, foods, sports equipment, homes, and the like!

 Family enjoy their Button Blanket crafted after those at the deYoung Museum.

Family enjoy their Button Blanket crafted after those at the deYoung Museum.

 Animal Masks are always a huge hit with big kids and little kids.

Animal Masks are always a huge hit with big kids and little kids.