We are so excited to return to Google for our May Destination Workshop this year.Read More
ArtWorks, The Naomi Cohain Foundation, founded in 2002, is dedicated to improving the healthcare experience of pediatric patients through the arts. ArtWorks provides children and young adults from infants to age 24 facing chronic and life-limiting illnesses , and their families, access to creative and performing arts programs that serve as a vehicle for healing, communication, self-expression and person development.Read More
Join us at Public Glass on April 7th for an exciting afternoon of hands-on glass creation. Participants will learn to cut, shape and arrange colorful flat glass in this three hour event, and will each design a one of a kind picture frames.Read More
It’s a long-debated topic, and one that is especially divided when it comes to children; does music really help with productivity? Half the argument says yes, the other half says it’s just an excuse to listen to music instead of getting work done. There is truth to both sides, but it’s actually a bit deeper than it seems.Read More
For the month of March, we at Kids & Art are thrilled to bring kids and families to the Peninsula Museum of Art in Burlingame, California. Participants will be painting the day away with our Kids & Art artists. There will be plenty of paints, brushes and canvases for everyone. The only missing ingredient is your creativity!Read More
Our team at Kids & Art is extremely excited to have the deYoung Museum in San Francisco host our February workshop. The deYoung is one half of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco set deep in the wilds of Golden Gate Park.Read More
Creative expression has tremendous power. As a social worker and grief counselor who has worked with children for over twenty years, I have witnessed the power of art and writing in transforming an uncontrollable situation into a controllable one.Read More
Fabula Tea was founded in 2014 to bring wellness, beauty and inspiration to people through one-of-a-kind tea experiences. Practicing the art of tea helps us connect with the changing rhythms of our body, mind, heart and life. It is a wonderful vehicle through which people can come together, engage their senses and feel rejuvenated.Read More
Kids & Art Foundation is deeply saddened by the loss of 3-year-old Isabella, a vibrant and creative spirit. We are extremely grateful to her family and community for creating a legacy gift to K&A in celebration of her life and her love for art. The "Izzy Effect" will continue to spread as more families will be able to engage in the healing power of art through K&A workshops.
Here are some thoughts from her family about Isabella and the impact she had on others:
Isabella Lila Hagenlocher, born on November 18, 2015 and left us on December 9, 2018. We think about all the coulda, woulda, shoulda, but Isabella never had that thought. Isabella gave it all to you all the time. You knew her thoughts and her not so subtle whispers. Isabella made you happy. Isabella was so vibrant, she brought life to life. In her short time with us, she left a big footprint on this entire family! We already notice Riley's spirit, but now you can't help but notice the extraordinary resemblance to her 7-month old sister. Isabella's spirit lives with Riley. We are going to begin calling this the Izzy Effect because it is not just her sister, but everyone who knew Izzy that will hug a little tighter and love a little more. Isabella's parents, Jillian and Patrick, supported her love for art, her creative spirit and her wild imagination with art kits, trips to the art shop and endless games.
To start off our 2019 season, we have an incredible workshop planned with award winning photographer, Oliver Klink. For this workshop, Oliver Klink will first lead the group in a tour and discussion of his current exhibit. Then, participants will have the opportunity to try out the roles of model, creative director and photographer as they capture images of their own, with Oliver's guidance.Read More