Weekly programs that go beyond art techniques to teach kids about a broader range of applications and concepts, including different art careers, and thedesign thinking process.
Designed for a wide range of ages, from 5 to 12.
Engaging activities that have been kid-tested and approved.
Take-home Crayola art supplies
allow kids to build on their in-class
projects at home.
Trained instructors handle every
detail from A-Z, including classroom
management, materials, and clean-up.
Sign-ups are managed through our online registration portal.
A different in class project every week.
Children take a journey to the farthest reaches of the imagination while learning about the ocean, the rainforest, Mars, a futuristic city, and more!
They experiment with Crayola® products and many art techniques like sculpting, storyboarding, collage, and mixed media.
They also discover different design careers, and use the design thinking process to solve real-world problems.
Costume Fashion Design
Practical Product Design
Board Game Design
Graphic Design of a Movie Poster
Designing with Universal Accessibility in Mind
Children embark on an around-the-world cultural adventure − explore far-off places and learn about the people who live there, from the Americas to Polynesia, from the cosmopolitan to the countryside.
They experiment with Crayola® products, while trying art techniques developed by local artists and artisans.
They make different masterpieces each week such as drums, masks, canvases, prints, buses, and more!
They bring their unique creations home, where they can build a globally-inspired art gallery.
Kids explore the wonder and beauty of the animal kingdom, and discover nature in a way that inspires empathy, curiosity, and creativity.
They learn about many different animals and how wildlife conservationists are working to protect species around the globe.
They experiment with a variety of art techniques, and use Crayola® art materials to create frog paintings, ink-diffusion jellyfish, polar bear sculptures, and more!
Saving the Savanna
Safeguarding the Sea Scape
Protecting the Pride
How to design a room for someone who is in a wheelchair.
How to develop a prototype and launch a new product.
How to plan the layout of a city so that it works for the people living there.