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  • 10 Uniquely Pinnable Pumpkins

    Pinterest has become a daily visit for us as boards fill up with clever fall craft ideas. Amongst the leaf collages, harvest still-lifes and more, pumpkin crafts are our absolute favorite. Here are 10 of our favorite unique pumpkin crafts on Pinterest right now! 1. Melted Crayon Pumpkin This one requires a blowdryer (so be […]

  • 4 Ways to Make Your Back-to-School Routine Easier

    It’s not just you – getting back to into the swing of the school routine is not easy! It’s common to have a hard time getting out of bed in the morning, feel sleepy in the afternoon, and not want to get your homework done each night. Here are some of our favorite ways to […]

  • Fall in the City

    6 of the Coolest College Art Classes We’ve Seen

    College is an exciting time, and with the freedom of increasingly unique major programs, it’s not so odd to find a course offered specifically for students to learn about the “Economics of Love.” This course isn’t the only unique one offered at universities. Here are some of the coolest, most interesting college art courses we’ve […]

  • Summer Art Exhibits In the City That You Can’t Miss

    Tired of the heat and unpredictable rain? Here’s your guide to this summer’s best art exhibits. Hit up one of these museums; we guarantee you’ll leave feeling inspired and ready to create something beautiful. 1. The Jazz Age: American Style in the 1920s Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Musem Running now through August 20 The 1920’s marks […]

  • 6 Reasons to Take a Summer Art Class

    It’s officially summer and we couldn’t be happier! Warm temperatures, a break from school, and a chance to spend more time creating beautiful things. If those reasons aren’t enough for you to sign up for a summer art class at Kids at Art, here are 6 more: 1. We make different crafts every day. Whether […]

  • What We’ve Been Up To

    We’ve been busy bees at the studio — drawing, painting, coloring, sculpting and more. Curious what projects we’ve been creating? Here’s a peek inside the studio, of all of the amazing art we’ve been working on!   Dream of landing on the moon? We were inspired by astronauts, so we landed them in our studio! We […]

  • 14 Amazing Facts about Flowers

    Feels like spring is finally in the air… and if you step outside, it looks like it too! The tulip-lined islands of Park Avenue are too beautiful to avoid (even if you have allergies 🙂   While you’re enjoying the fresh scents and gorgeous colors, why not share one of these amazing flower facts with […]

  • Meet Murray!

    If you’ve been to our studio before, you’ve surely heard about our beloved Murray, the Soft-coated Wheaten Terrier! Murray is just as lovable as he looks, and we love having him as a part of the Kids at Art family. Here, we find out more about Murray and how he became a part of the squad! […]

  • 5 Mediums You Should Try This Weekend

    Oil pastels, charcoal and acrylic are classics, and always will be… but have you ever wanted to experiment with a unique tool to create art? We certainly have, and we think you should too! Here are four new mediums that we’re excited to try out, and where you can get your hands on them so […]

  • 5 Awe-Inspiring Snow Scenes

    If you’re anything like us, you love watching the snow fall and cover the trees and parks. What a sight to see! (When it comes to walking in it though, we’ll pass!) Here’s a collection of our favorite wintery white works of art that we enjoy admiring… from the comfort of our couch and a […]

  • The Kids at Art Holiday Gift Guide

    It’s crunch time. The holidays are quickly approaching and whether you’re making a list or an alert in your iPhone, it’s time to get those gifts!     Lucky for you, our gift guide has something for everyone! Here are our top picks for gifts under $100 for all of the special people in your […]

  • 5 Things You Didn’t Know About Thanksgiving

    It’s true, Thanksgiving is the holiday for appreciation of our friends, family and the Pilgrims and Native Americans that came together over a feast, 400 years ago. However, while we know a lot about modern traditions like string bean casseroles and fall-themed decorative centerpieces for our tables, the history of the holiday is much lesser-known. […]