AT-HOME RESOURCES FOR FAMILIES
Take a look at our collection of fun and engaging online resources for young artists to enjoy at home. Using easy-to-find materials, Studio artists demonstrate art lessons that promote exploration and creativity—helping learners K–Grade 2 and Grades 3–5 build key skills that are essential for learning.
These videos and learning resources will keep your child engaged; check them out! In addition to the videos below featuring professional Studio artists, we are pleased to present a collection of K–Grade 2 and Grades 3–5 lessons taught by teen artist instructors in our Teen Apprenticeship Program.
TORN PAPER COLLAGE
Memphis artist Terry Lynn makes a torn paper collage using paper, glue—and his hands as tools! Learn how to rip, tear, and arrange paper to create an artful collage.
Newark artist Angel Fosuhene experiments with color and water and teaches you to do the same. Learn how just moving your brush and adding paint can produce vibrant results.
Newark artist Malik Whitaker reveals what happens when you paint watercolors over crayon. Learn how to create your own unique work of art with basic supplies.
MAKING SHAPES WITH WATER
Jersey City artist Sara Wolfe makes art with water! Learn how to explore shape using different tools.
New York artist Daniel Mantilla finds different textures around his home. Learn how you can create texture rubbings using paper and crayon.
New York City artist Chris Williams shows you how to use lines found in everyday objects and transform them into imaginative works of art using only a pen or pencil and paper.
New York City artist Chris Williams shows you how to create a drawing of yourself that expresses a feeling or emotion. Learn how to use a tablet, a phone, or a mirror to observe details and make a self-portrait.
TORN PAPER ANIMAL COLLAGE
Newark artist Angel Fosuhene arranges shapes in layers to create a colorful creature. Learn how to create your own animal collage using only torn paper and glue.