What KIDS in the parks have to say:
“When you are at home being bored you can come to the park and do art and learn about drawing.”
“I learned that we could draw anything that we imagined, but first we had to dream it.”
“I learned about primary colors, Folk Art, and I learned you can use different materials. I learned that art doesn’t have to be pretty or be in a certain style, it can be made of things like bottle caps or chicken bones.”
“You can make stuff you need, flying objects or flying cars, you can use water for gas. We can use trains that fly instead of planes.”
What PARENTS have to say:
"Community art is a good way to teach kids social skills and an easy way for families to be together."
"Art in the park brings the community together, and keeps kids out of trouble."
"The Truck Studio gives the community a look at art and allows children to work as artists. "
What Special Event Coordinators have to say:
“My expectations for the event and art experiences were exceeded! Children with varying abilities and of various ages were able to participate in the project, enjoy the experience, and learn about art and a famous artist. The adults were also involved in the project and participated. I had three parents approach me and tell me how much they learned and enjoyed the art experience.”
- Lisa Balster, Betty Brinn Children’s Museum Neighborhood Night
“Our goal was to provide interaction between the kids and parents from the two cultures and enrichment for the kids. Your team did it perfectly! The best part was the stretching of the imaginations as to what constitutes art, there are endless possibilities!”
- Mary Janowak, St. John Vianney and Prince of Peace Parish Family Day
“The projects were great. The van was a big hit with parents, kids and social workers.”
- Jennifer Cera, Waukesha County Foster Family Appreciation Dinner