Some of our most beloved teachers and vendors will return in this online, after school setting with the addition of some new great classes that will become fast favorites.  All classes will have a maximum of 10 students per session. Your student can engage in art, movement, writing, STEM, chess and more!

**These classes are NOT in person. We do not have access to the PS10 school building. Enrichment classes are all remote, online courses. The only in-person program is out Outdoor Camp

Please review all of our policies for Online Classes before signing up. By registering, you are agreeing to abide by the policies set forth here

FALL 2020




Brag & Build (PreK, K, 1, 2)

10 years ago, in a living room floor in St. Augustine, Florida, a mother and son duo started creating and building with LEGO® Bricks. As each brick clicked into place with the next, Michelle realized how much learning was taking place. Having a background in architecture and a love of design, she soon put those CAD skills to work to create her own models for the two of them to build together. As the word spread, students, teachers and administrators were asking for programs at their schools. What started out as one mom’s playtime with her son has now expanded into a global franchise with more than 500 locations in over  40 countries.

Lara Dicus & Deborah Nocella

Crafting with Yarn & Fabric (3, 4, 5)


We are long time crafters who love to create with yarn and fabric! We have been teaching as a creative team for 3 years now.

Madeline Enlow

Plants & Our World (PreK & K)

I am a gardener, professional artist and face painter for children’s events. In the Fall, I will be studying at CUNY to become a nutritionist. I worked as a member of the collectively-owned heirloom and organic seeds business Southern Exposure Seed Exchange for two years. I lived on the company’s rural Virginia farm, where I studied plants and herbs. I have experience working with children at various arts camps and regularly interact with kids on a creative level while discussing what sort of face painting they would like. 

Monica Garcia

Anime Wonderland (1, 2)

Storyboarders of Tomorrow (3, 4, 5)

Character Designers (3, 4, 5)

A graduate of SVA, Monica practices cartooning, illustration and character design. Her style has heavy influences of manga/anime and can vary depending on the type of drawing it is. Monica knows the tips and tricks to conveying a story whether it's a comic or storyboard and how to creature various characters from the imagination!

Julia Gourary

Creative Storytelling (3, 4, 5)

I am a rising senior at Yale and a published, award-winning writer who has participated in multiple creative writing classes and workshops.  I also have experience working with children in the arts.  I have helped lead creative writing workshops for 6-9 year olds at Writopia Lab and, as a member of Yale Children's Theater, have worked as an assistant teacher for Off-Book, a drama workshop for 3rd-5th graders.

Nicholas Guastella

Improv Imaginarium (PreK, K)

Quiz Kids (PreK, K)

Theater For Your Ears (1, 2)

Writers Room (3, 4, 5)

I'm born and raised in the Park Slope area and have PS 10 afterschool experience as well as years under my belt of teaching acting/improv/performance across a wide range of ages and abilities. I love working with kids to create a positive environment to work, learn and grow, particularly with a focus on the arts.

Marc Herstein

Dance Advance (PreK & K)

Raise the Bar: Hip Hop Songwriting & Recording (3, 4, 5)

Marc Herstein, Park Slope Brooklynite, educator, entertainer and father, has a gift in fully engaging children and retaining their ongoing participation. Marc brings over 20 years of live performance, songwriting, beat production, video production, event production and audio engineering experience to a wide array of programming for pre-k through middle school aged children.  Marc now has built upon his accomplishments by developing unique, cutting edge educational programming that seamlessly supports the identity of a school. His own early education includes District 15's PS. 230 and MS 51, as well as Laguardia High School of the Performing Arts as a vocal major. Marc is known for his high energy and integrity, he is a champion of children and their learning in fun environments. Marc has taught over 400 classes in the past year at PS. 10, PS. 321, PS 107, and PS 118. 


Bit Bots (PreK, K)

Inventors Lab: Simple Machines (1, 2)

Podcasts: Stories & Sounds (3, 4, 5)

KoKo NYC is the arts education program of Open Source Gallery, a non-profit arts organization based in Brooklyn. KoKo NYC has served over 8,000 children through programs in local schools, the Brooklyn Public Library and the CAMBA Flagstone Family Center (a family homeless shelter in Brownsville, Brooklyn)

William Moloney

Beginning Guitar (1, 2)

Songwriting & Social Justice (3, 4, 5)

20+ years experience songwriting, recording, performing and playing the basic rock instruments guitar, bass, drums and saxophone. Taught a 3rd grade Ukelele after school class at Upper Nyack Elementary School. With years of experience giving private lessons to all age groups. Worked at the Katonah Museum’s Learning center guiding students in art classes.

Private Picassos

Art Safari (PreK, K)

Contemporary Kids (1, 2)

Science & Art (3, 4, 5)

Private Picassos is a virtual & mobile art studio, offering art and cultural experiences for children and adults.  We bring our expertise in visual art education to our students in their homes, schools, camps, cultural venues and our Art Studio in Brooklyn, NY.

Matt Ro

Comics & Cartooning (1, 2, 3, 4, 5)

I’m an artist/Illustrator living in Brooklyn, working out of my art studio in Sunset Park.

I have over 20+ years of art experience and have exhibited as a fine artist, worked as a graphic

designer, a portrait artist for private commissions and live events, worked as an animator, comic

book artist, and cartoonist.

Voices Advance

Mummy Madness (1,2 )

Awesome Aztec (1, 2)

Splat! Lab (3, 4, 5)

Our Anthropology Arts enrichment program provides unique arts based cultural studies classes to youth across New York City. Our goal is to expose young people to the cultural traditions, voices and histories of people that are often left out of traditional classroom settings and social studies curriculum.







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