Learn to embrace the art of “creative reuse” by using everyday objects we might throw away to make art worth keeping! Explore and imagine new projects everyday while working towards a large collaborative creation.
Sarah is an artist, educator, sign language interpreter, nerd, and lover of the Tulsa community. She has spent many years working in Tulsa Public Schools as an ASL interpreter for all age levels. While she maintains a deep passion for creating an effective environment for deaf children to excel, seeing a lack of art in the schools drove her to alter her career, leaving the full-time deaf education world to bring her part-time art business and full-time passion to youth and adults of all walks of life.
As an artist, Sarah works with polymer clay to create tiny, colorful, whimsical works ranging from life-like food miniatures to pop-culture characters to gnomes and other mystical creatures. While she has played in many mediums over her life as an artist, oven-bake clay has held her interest and sparked a passion. Sarah has always had an affinity for tiny objects – those found in nature, miniature toys, and tiny art. Although it is possible to make larger items out of polymer clay, this medium lends itself perfectly to tiny, life-like replicas and silly, imaginative creatures. Sarah had a hard time bringing her imagination to life on paper and through graphic design, but polymer clay has given her imagination a perfect outlet through her fingers and into something tangible that she can share with others.
Thanks to the generosity of many donors, ahha Tulsa provides creative camp scholarships to youth who have completed K–12 grades with demonstrated financial need.
To apply for a scholarship for this program, please complete this form (do not complete registration at the link to the right). A letter of support from a caseworker, school counselor, or teacher is required for consideration as is documentation of financial need.
Programs and dates are subject to change. Ahha Tulsa reserves the right to cancel programs due to low enrollment or other conflicts. If cancellation occurs, registered participants will be contacted by ahha staff and will be refunded the full tuition. If another camp session is available, we will be more than happy to transfer your enrollment to that session.
With inclement weather always possible, ahha reserves the right to close and cancel any scheduled classes and programs depending on severe weather conditions. If the ahha Hardesty Center is closed, you will be notified by ahha Tulsa staff.
Beyond cancellations, no refunds or exchanges.