Art History Kids Memberships Open Again!

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The Art History Kids Studio membership is open again! New membership enrollment ends 12/11 9PM PST – hurry!

The Art History Kids Studio is a digital membership that will guide children through art history lessons and provide great lesson & activity ideas for putting art into practice. This digital subscription provides you the content – you provide the art supplies and tools! Each month of content will tell you what supplies you need.

Explore famous art with your kids each month! You can incorporate art into your routine even if you don’t think you’re artsy, you don’t have a cart full of supplies, and your schedule is busy with a million other things.

Although this digital subscription was designed with homeschoolers in mind – anyone can do it, and we use it in our own home! This isn’t a video how to create art course, but focuses on artistic investigation of art history through resources, conversation, and of course, making your own art. We really like the structure and format of this membership and recommend it.

Here are some supplies we’ve found super helpful (we mostly get them at the Arteza shop on Amazon, but you can shop Arteza direct, too!)

Here’s what’s coming up for December:

In December we’ll learn more about an English artist whose paintings can probably be found on your bookshelf right now– Beatrix Potter. She’s best known for the volumes of delightful storybooks she wrote and illustrated featuring lovable woodland characters. In addition to her artistic legacy, we’ll learn more about her scientific studies and the important work she did as conservationist. Next month is sure to be as enchanting as it is educational

We’ve done a super wide variety of lessons with Art History Kids, including:

Cave Paintings

Frida Kahlo

Mary Blair!

The Studio is Art History Kids monthly membership that introduces you and your kids to a new (super fun and engaging) art history topic each month, and invites kids to explore their own creativity through curiosity based conversation and open-ended hands-on activities!

It’s your own personal guided tour – showing you the art history topics that are most interesting to kids, pointing out the highlights of the art, and providing you with fun project ideas – each and every week.

Here’s an example of the digital resources you’ll find over a month’s worth of lessons:

Visit Art History Kids to subscribe or find out more!


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