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Awesome Clay Camps and Classes at Moshier! This summer get your hands messy with clay, as you travel thru space, sculpt imaginative creatures or create your favorite foods in clay in one of these clay classes. Read on...

Got a budding artist on your hands? Little Hands Art Camp starts July 13th. Your young artist will experiment with a variety of art materials, gain confidence and have fun in this inspiring art studio! Read on...

Calling all LEGO fans! LEGO Camp is here! Join us for awesome fun in this weeklong camp starting July 6th. Read on...

Art Hazards workshops for artists - have a safer studio! In July the Moshier Community Art Center will be hosting "Art Hazards Workshops", sponsored by the Art Hazards project and the King County Local Hazardous Waste Management Program. Read on...

14700 6th Avenue SW   /  Burien, WA 98166  /  Ph: (206) 988-3700  /  Fax: (206) 243-2784
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Community Center Hours: Monday - Thursday 8:30 am to 8:00 pm and Friday 8:30 am to 5:00 pm
News Flash
Awesome Clay Camps and Classes at Moshier! This summer get your hands messy with clay, as you travel thru space, sculpt imaginative creatures or create your favorite foods in clay in one of these clay classes. Read on...

Got a budding artist on your hands? Little Hands Art Camp starts July 13th. Your young artist will experiment with a variety of art materials, gain confidence and have fun in this inspiring art studio! Read on...

Calling all LEGO fans! LEGO Camp is here! Join us for awesome fun in this weeklong camp starting July 6th. Read on...

Art Hazards workshops for artists - have a safer studio! In July the Moshier Community Art Center will be hosting "Art Hazards Workshops", sponsored by the Art Hazards project and the King County Local Hazardous Waste Management Program. Read on...