First Issue of the arTree magazine is here!
Do you want to learn about architecture? In this issue of the magazine, you can design your own dream house, learn to talk like an architect and build a house out of a bottle. You find out why Hundertwasser loved windows so much and how Eric Standley cuts them out of paper with lasers. You will design (literally) sweet towers and play cities in your room. And that is just beginning! Have you subscribed yet? Click here to learn more.
Don’t forget – once you create something, share it with us. If you send us Hundertwasser-inspired artwork by October 30th, you will have a chance to win an art prize! This month it is an amazing Hundertwasser’s sticker book and markers for your window! Send us your pictures at art@arTreeKids.com.
The first official issue of arTree magazine is coming out on Monday. It’s all about Hundertwasser, architecture, laser-cut windows, play cities… and much more!
Have you subscribed yet? http://artreekids.com/subscribe.html
arTree magazine is here and we are thrilled to share the first issue with you.
Just send an email to email@example.com and you will receive the first issue for your kids – for FREE. Learn about Gustav Klimt, choose an art project you want to try, make your own jewelry, research your family history and more. Have fun and get creative.
When your kids create something you would like to share with us, please do. We would love to see it, upload it to our gallery and share it with other budding artists. Plus, if you send us an artwork inspired by our issue by September 30th you will have a chance to win a jewelry-making kit (nu purchase/subscription necessary).
Want to receive a magazine like this every month? Consider subscribing. For $15 you will get 12 issues of the magazine–that is over 40 art projects and 40 activities for you and your kids. Your kids will discover several unique modern artists from Synthia Saint James (designer of the first Kwanzaa stamp) to Kseniya Simonova (sand artist and a winner of Ukraine’s Got Talent). They will learn about the famous artists: Monet, Matisse, Picasso, Harper, Hundertwasser, Oldenburg and more. They will paint, draw and sculpt. They will learn about architecture, theory of colors, and printing techniques. Each month it will be one art adventure after another. They will sharpen their skills, explore and push their creativity and have a chance to win an art prize for their creations.
Want to bring arTree magazine to your school?
We can work with your PTA to offer the magazine to all students at your school. We strive to make the price low and we can work with your school and help with their fundraising needs. Contact us at info@arTreeKids.com to learn more.
The first issue of arTree magazine is almost here!
I have been working towards this goal for quite some time and now it is almost here. The first issue has been sent to a proofreader and will be available for a free download in a coupe of weeks. The first issue if about Gustav Klimt and tree of life/family tree. It is filled with art projects and activities, exclusive interview (and project) with a unique jewelry artist and much more. It is 13 pages of creativity.
If you want to make sure to receive a link for the free issue, sign up here: http://eepurl.com/wwbaz
Join us for FREE tile decorating during the Mill Creek ART Walk on July 11th from 5 to 8 pm.
Your kids will learn about Henri Matisse and decorate a tile (and a bookmark) just like he would. They can use templates or their imagination and the project is suitable for kids of all ages (even though preschoolers may need a little bit of help).
And while your kids are busy you can be the first to see samples of arTree’s new magazine – ready for the school year 2013.
We all know art education is missing at our schools. But just how important is it? According to this study it can make a big impact on many lives. Just check it out for yourself:
- Students who are involved in the arts are 4 times more likely to be recognized for academic achievement
- Low-income students who are highly engaged in the arts are more than twice as likely to graduate collage.
- Students who take four years of art/music classes average almost 100 points better on their SAT.
There are many reasons why we should keep arts in our schools – but the truth is that there is not enough money for that. There are more pressing needs and problems teachers and principals have to deal with – before they get to the PTAs, art docent programs and art supplies.
But I believe that the art does not have to suffer and the art docents can get a little help. I know what a hassle it can be to look through the materials you get from a district, not knowing what to teach, why and how… it is overwhelming and boring. But it does to have to be. It is art.
That’s why I have decided to try and help. I am working on an art curriculum for elementary school kids that they could follow with their teachers, parents or by themselves. It will be an online, weekly “magazine” and it will be inexpensive. Once purchased through PTAs (or just parents) it will be available to ALL kids at the school for the whole year. Stay tuned if you are interested in learning more… I hope to make this available for September.
arTree is proud to be part of the Mill Creek Town Center Art Walk.We will be at the “Color Me Mine” in July, August and September with activities and art projects for your little ones who may be be getting tired and less cooperative. We are sure to recharge them for you! Stop by and say hello.
And even though we will not be there in June yet – we hope you will come and visit the Art Walk as well, there are going to be some wonderful artists and musicians!
BTW: Do you know artists who would like to showcase their art? Let us know! We will see you in July, August and September! Cannot wait. Either email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the Art Walk directly at MCArtwalk@gmail.com
PS: and yes, we’ve done the graphics on this one 🙂