Studio Institute–Cleveland
Discovery-based learning. Programs for students, pre-K through college.
Customized visual arts programming and professional development.

VISUAL ARTS PROGRAMS

Cleveland School Programs Overview
In 2019, we initiated our partnership with the Cleveland Metropolitan Schools District (CMSD), supporting arts residencies in two Pre-K–8 elementary schools during the 2019–20 school year.

During the current academic year, we have implemented long term and residency programs in four K–8 schools in the CMSD: Clara E. Westropp School of the Arts, Daniel E. Morgan, Mary B. Martin School, and Paul L. Dunbar School.

We have been recruiting and training new artist instructors, who are teaching on-site, and plan to expand our presence in Cleveland by implementing early childhood programming in 2022.

ARTS INTERN–CLEVELAND

Paid Arts Internships in Cleveland 
Interested in experiencing arts professions at museums and cultural institutions in Cleveland? Read about the Arts Intern program. Check back in September 2022 to learn more about about internship opportunities in Cleveland for Fall 2022.


Conservation Intern Winston during his 2021 internship at the Cleveland Museum of Art.


“The most impactful experience I had during this internship was talking to many conservators, getting a feel for what the field is like, and how to pursue it within graduate school… opening my eyes to the field of conservation science.”

 

 

LOOK, CREATE, SHARE

At-Home Resources for Families
Look, Create, Share is a collection of fun and engaging online resources for young artists to enjoy at home. Using easy-to-find materials, Studio artists demonstrate lessons that promote exploration and creativity.


Watch artist Terry Lynn use paper, glue, and his hands to create an artful Torn Paper Collage.

Studio Institute Artist Instructors
Studio artists work with children and young people at daycare and early learning centers, libraries, or in after-school programs and residencies, playing a key role in fostering family and community engagement.

Artist instructor John Kim compiles Studio Art Kits for distribution to students and families at Clara E. Westropp School of the Arts during the pandemic (December 2020).