Welcome to the Studio!
The Studio is an adventure into the arts and creative expression for the young and young at heart. Each episode, with the help of our dynamic duo and art guides, Lionel and Ricky, we dive into unique work that allows our imaginations to thrive and our skills to sharpen!
The Studio Summer Series
July 19th- August 14th
Artists will have 7 art packed episodes to explore and complete in the 4 week period to get ready for the LIVE SUMMER EXHIBIT!!!!
This series features many great artists of the past like Gordon Parks, Margaret Taylor Burroughs, Joan Hill, and many more.
To reach all young artists, the Studio is FREE.
Ages 5 and up.
(Want a glimpse of the Studio? Check out this cool episode!)
What is The Studio and how does it differ from Virtual Art Camp?
They are very similiar with a few important modifications: The Studio is a weekly show with 30 minute episodes that will allow viewers to learn about distinct artist and techniques. During each episode, viewers will have the opportunity to engage in hands on creation (similiar to Virtual Art Camp). Art projects on The Studio will be differentiated based on artistic level (beginner and advanced) and the pace of modeled steps is slightly more accelerated.
When does the summer series start and end?
The Summer Series starts Monday July 19th, 2021 and ends Friday August 13th, 2021.
The Live Summer Exhibit is August 15th, 2021 at 2pm.
How much does it cost and how do I sign up?
The Studio Summer Series is Free. The series opens Monday July 19th, 2021. All 7 episodes will be available.
What type of art or artists are highlighted on The Studio?
The Studio has a specialized focus on art and artists of color and the lesser known.
How can I support the Studio?
It takes a lot of hard work and dedication in creating the Studio. Please help us through spreading the word, posting on social media, and donating to our cause of inspiring the youth through the arts.
What if my child is not confident in creating the art?
We are all different people and see the world in different ways. No artist can create the exact same work as another and should not strive to. We only provide a guide but the young artist is the true. How we see, process, and create are what makes us unique! The most important part is that they are giving their best effort and trying to learn the technique/skill. When encouraging your young artist, focus on the skill/technique they are using instead of how their art may look.