ART for Children Volunteer Board of Directors
Gina Taylor Vanessa Tolley Lauri Coalwell
***We would love your input! Send us an email with your ART for Children suggestions!***
PO Box 1599, Templeton CA 93465 Non-Profit Tax ID# 80-0428192 email@example.com
We accept donations year-round to fund ART's efforts in keeping art alive in the schools. ART for Children is a non-profit 501(c)3, and 100% of the funds raised go back to the program. Thank you for your support!
What's Up at TES?
SAVE THE DATE!
Friday, September 9, 2016
ART for Children has been given the amazing opportunity to have an event at one of our area's favorite local spots: The Barrelhouse Brewing Company!
Prizes will be raffled and a portion for the evenings sales will go back to the art programs at TES and VES. We hope to see you there!
A word with Lauren Birkhahn,
Art Docent at VES
Lauren has kept a dizzying pace, spinning California State Visual Arts Content Standards into fun and engaging lessons for our students. These lessons introduce concepts of color theory, development of visual rhythm, understanding human propor-tion, and creating emphasis with color and composition—just for starters!
Ms. Birkhahn earned a BFA in Art and Design from Cal Poly and has five years experience teaching art. You might be familiar with her public art piece, The Radiant Reading Oak, a collaborative fiber art sculpture she designed for the Atascadero Children’s Library.
Lauren says she enjoys teaching art because she loves “seeing all students reap the benefits that art education offers, opening up worlds of understanding and opportunity for life long learning.” She enjoys “preparing hands-on lessons that offer a learning experience, process, and the potential for a great result.” She finds it rewarding that the students at VES are eager, enthusiastic and appreciative of their time in the art studio!
Artwork is always changing! if you are on campus, be sure to stop in to view the artwork decorating the walls in room C1.
3rd Grade Quotes
"I like art because there are no limits."
"I like art because you can use your imagination."
"I love art because there are really cool textures, and it's beautiful to see different kinds of pictures."
"I like art because it's fun to draw and create fun things."
"I like art because it's interesting, and you can make cool stuff."
Thank you Templeton Families!