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  • 5 Summer Art Festivals You Must See

    Summer is the perfect time to get out and explore. Whether you’re traveling somewhere abroad or staying local, there are art festivals of all types that you can check out to get your dose of sunshine and creativity. 1. Venice Biennale – May 26 – November 25 Tourists come from far and wide to visit this […]

  • First Week of Summer Camp at Kids at Art

    It’s official: school’s out, and summer camp has begun! We have a wide variety of summer camp options for art enthusiasts of all ages. The best news? There’s still time, and room, to reserve your spot! Choose from: Mini-Camp Workshops: 3-hour morning and 6-hour full day art workshops for kids ages 4.5+ 3- or 4-Week […]

  • The Seven Best Places to See Street Art in NYC

    As the temperatures are getting warmer, its the perfect time of the year to go check out the awesome street art and murals that dazzle the exteriors of buildings in NYC! Uptown, downtown, and in between — you can find street art. 1. Freeman Alley Outside of the American colonial style tavern and tucked away […]

  • Springing for Pop Art

    To celebrate Easter and spring, we created colorful pictures with pop-art inspired colors. Now that spring is officially here, we think it’s the perfect time to celebrate the season by honoring three of our favorite pop artists. 1. Roy Lichtenstein Lichtenstein was one of the original creators of pop art. Inspired by cartoons and culture […]

  • Spring is Blooming at Kids at Art

    A few weeks ago, Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow — predicting six more cold weeks of winter. But with temperatures in the 50s and tons of rain, we’ve been preparing for spring blooms here at the Kids at Art studio! Here’s some of the projects we’ve been working on to get ready for spring. Oil Pastel […]

  • Coffee Cup Art 

    This season is perfect for curling up on the couch with a warm cup of something — whether it’s coffee, hot cocoa or tea! We recently designed our own mugs during our Winter/Spring class, and it was so much fun. Did you know that there is an art (and an Instagram account!) dedicated to unique […]

  • 5 Unique Holiday Traditions Around the World

    We’re lucky to live in a city that takes the holidays very seriously; whether you’re walking down Park Ave or getting your holiday errands done at Macy’s, you’re sure to stumble upon some fabulous celebrations, holiday decor, and festive music. But when you travel somewhere different for the holidays, you’ll learn about some amazing and […]

  • Our Official 2017 Holiday Gift Guide

    Gift shopping season is officially here. Are you prepared? We’ve created this handy gift guide to inspire you in your holiday browsing; we’re here to help you discover something for every special person in your life! 1. For Someone Who Loves Being Cozy ($40 – on sale!) Cozy is always in style. With this metallic […]

  • 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 […]