Kids' Crafter-noons

On hiatus until the start of the 2023-2024 school year!

What: Choose from a menu of imaginative, playful, and fun craft projects to cut, color, collage, construct and create!

Who: Kids ages 8+

When: Weekly on Fridays from 1 – 3pm

Where: At ART123 Gallery (123 W. Coal Ave. in downtown Gallup)

Cost: $5 drop-in rate (5-time punch cards available for $20)

Things to know:
> Kids under 8 are welcome, but must be accompanied and supervised by an adult.
> Wear an old T-Shirt or bring a smock.
> Water bottles and snacks are encouraged!

Policies and Procedures: 

(Read Studio123’s complete policies and procedures here: )

  • Drop off is from 12:55 – 2:30pm.
  • Children need to be picked up promptly at 3pm.
  • Drop-in fee is due when child is dropped off.
  • Child registration is required and can be completed at first drop-off. 
  • Strict sign-in/sign-out procedures are followed. 
  • Children should not attend if they are experiencing any symptoms of illness or have tested positive for COVID-19, if anyone in their household is sick or has tested positive for COVID-19, or if they have been exposed to anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19.
  • All instructors are background-checked. 
  • gallupARTS will provide drinking water for children, and water bottles are encouraged.
  • gallupARTS is not responsible for personal property and discourages children from bringing backpacks, toys, etc. as it does not have storage for such items.
  • Children are expected to behave in a manner respectful of themselves, each other, instructors, craft materials, and the space.
  • gallupARTS might have to cancel Crafter-noons from time to time and will do its best to give as much advanced notice as possible through its @gallupARTS Facebook and @_gallupARTS Instagram pages.
  • gallupARTS reserves the right to refuse service to any child/family who violates the above-stated policies/procedures.
Registration Forms:

View and/or download Studio123 registration waivers and forms:  

The Studio program is supported in part by an award from New Mexico Arts, a division of the Department of Cultural Affairs (, and by the National Endowment for the Arts ( 

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