Three New Units Are Landing at the Art Docent Program!

In case you missed out on the news (which we’ve been announcing in our email newsletters, which you can request more information for here), we’re adding three new units to the Program for this coming school year! Following up on the overwhelmingly positive … Continued

Exploring Color in Matisse’s Artwork

With his vivid hues and bold brushstrokes, Henri Matisse’s artwork seems especially enjoyable in the summer. Not that any artist’s work can be nailed down to one season, but it’s something about bright colors in particular that can bring to … Continued

Cards for a Cause: Meet Wunderkid

Have you ever considered the sheer amount of greeting cards manufactured in the United States? Unless you’re Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s character in 500 Days of Summer, the answer is probably not. We hadn’t: until we heard about Wunderkid, a company that creates a … Continued

I Madonnari Takes Over at Mission Santa Barbara

You may have seen chalk art before (whether it’s creating with kids in your own driveway, or Bert’s creations in Mary Poppins), but you’ve probably never seen it quite like this. Every Memorial Day weekend, the Mission Santa Barbara hosts … Continued

Art Docent Program Update: Elk Grove Training!

The key to successfully engaging students in art by way of the Art Docent Program starts off with the proper training. To make sure that the kids are getting the best instruction possible, we have to make sure that our … Continued