Sparking Imaginations through Art!
Spring Drawing Workshop
Spring is around the corner and Artuta is excited to offer this workshopwhere kids will engage in creative, nature-inspired drawing and beyond!
About the workshop
45 minute online drawing workshop taught by professional artists
Fun for the whole family, beginner-friendly
Transform objects from nature using mixed media techniques into a unique artwork
What you'll need
Paper / Colored pencils / Pens
Laptop or Tablet
Small objects from nature
Please find your small pieces of nature in advance! For example, stones, flowers, leaves, plants, vegetables.
Please take a look at our students' works from previous workshops!
Kosuke is a New York-based painter who holds an MFA from Pratt Institute. He's been teaching since 2019 and is currently artist-in-residence at The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts.
Joan is a Brooklyn-based artist and photographer. She has been teaching at Artuta since 2020 and holds an MFA in Sound Art from Columbia University.
Artuta is an online art school offering fine arts instruction for students aged 4-12. Our seasonal workshops focus on using special techniques to transform everyday objects from around the house into unique works of art. Participants come away with a new skill—and a one-of-a-kind artwork!
Kosuke and Joan bring their art school education in new and fun ways to the Artuta
Taught by professional Artists
At Artuta, we believe students should have the freedom to adapt class concepts to their own ideas.
No extra materials needed
All of Artuta's workshops are designed to be enjoyed without having to buy any extra art supplies.
What people are saying
It was just perfect.
My son asked for it every day after the first session!
-Parent of a 4-year-old student
Loved the fun atmosphere. And I could tell the instructor is such a nice and caring person. My daughter really loved Artuta Gallery too. It keeps her motivated.
-Parent of a 5-year-old student
Even I enjoyed watching the instructor drawing live! I also liked how the instructor encourages students to draw what they like instead of having them draw the same thing.
-Parent of a 7-year-old student