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For Schools:

Custom Art Programs

We have created a customizable art program (main curriculum or after school) and send our teachers to Bay Area schools. 

You can briefly learn about it here, or visit a website dedicated to it:

Our art program teaches students to fluently draw, paint, and sculpt anything they want—from nature and imagination.


The program also provides the big picture of how (and why) various art styles have been developed over the course of art history, from antiquity to modern times.


We’ve noticed that kids in grades K-3  see the world just like ancient artists: in their work, they use flat silhouettes, bright colors, symbols, and pretty much no 3d.


Children in grades 4-6 lean toward realistic representation, using such concepts as shading and perspective. Therefore, we base the 4-6 grade program on the correlating art of the Middle Ages, Renaissance, and the Victorian era.


Highschoolers care most about self-expression, so with them, we focus on Modern art.


Why choose our program?


  • Taught by professional artists (not parents/volunteers)

  • Customized for your school

  • Offered at an affordable price

  • Each student makes an original artwork (not a copy)


We guarantee:


  • Development of solid foundational skills

  •  Exposure to various art media

  • Hands-on studies of the art history


To get a better idea of what we do, please check a sample art program below:

(click on a preview, a PDF document will open in a new window)


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We also offer an afterschool Manga / Comic enrichment class starting September 2019:


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Request a quote:
Tell us what you want  - we will get back to you with program price and other details. Per your request, we will teach a demo class at your school.


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