Art Department
Contact Information Art News!

Mrs. Katina Ewaskiewicz
Katina.Ewaskiewicz@sbschools.org

 

Many of you ask me "What kinds of art opportunities are there for my child outside of school?" Well, thanks to my fellow art teacher at Brunswick Acres, Ms. Tiedemann, here is a list of people and places that might interest you! These are merely suggestions, as I do not personally know the people who run these programs. Of course if you have more links to add to the list, please email me so I can share them with other families! Enjoy!

 

Vanessa Emanuele (private art teacher with studio): www.peridotartstudio.com

 

Art Classes: http://kidzart.com

 

The Grounds for Sculpture: Hamilton NJ offers workshops for kids. http://groundsforsculpture.org/workshops.html

 

Red Green Blue, located in Princeton, is a glass studio for all ages and a lot of fun. They have camps too. They accept walk ins as well if you just want to pop in and make something. http://redgreenblueonline.com/

 

Princeton Arts Council
http://www.artscouncilofprinceton.org/

The Place to Bead/ Princeton
http://www.beadnow.com/

Color Me Mine
http://www.freehold.colormemine.com/

 

The Pottery House/Matawan
http://www.thepotteryhouse.biz/

 

Hot Sand Glassblowing Studio, Asbury
http://www.hotsandap.com/

 

Zimmerli Museum/ New Brunswick
http://www.zimmerlimuseum.rutgers.edu//education/

 

Philadelphia Museum of Art- Children’sClasses
http://www.philamuseum.org/calendarEvents/families/art_classes.html

 

Metropolitan Museum of Art/ New York
http://www.metmuseum.org/explore/museumkids.asp

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please visit our student art gallery at:
ARTSONIA.com

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Georgia O'Keefe Flower created by Jamarra


Indian Fields artists support a peaceful world with their installation of pinwheels on school grounds as they participate in this international program.
http://www.pinwheelsforpeace.com