Sunday, June 14 • 2PM to 5PM 57 Degrees
1735 Hancock Street
San Diego, CA 92101
Paint a masterpiece a lá Gustav Klimt guided by artist Catherine Dzialo-Haller.
Proceeds benefit the ArtReach Free Workshop Program.
• ArtReach artist will guide you step-by-step
• No experience needed
• All art materials provided
• Delicious no host food & wine menu
• Must be 21 or over
Give a little or give a lot. It's all about art for kids. Your donation is fully tax-deductible.
Since 2008, ArtReach has helped over 20,000 students think creatively and make original art
in our Free Workshop Programs at schools that would otherwise have no art resources.
$7.50 — An art lesson for one student including Teaching Artist, original lesson, supplies, instruction & inspiration $20 — Art supplies for 10 to 20 students $50 — Art materials for 25 to 50 students $100 — Supplies for 100 students to complete our Dream Quilt Lesson $250 — 32 bags of clay for making over 1,200 hand built pots $500 — 105 sets of chalk pastels for use throughout the year $1000 — Workshops for up to 600 students
All donations are tax-deductible. Thank you for supporting ArtReach!
“ArtReach does exactly as its name implies: it reaches out to students and affords them the opportunity to experience art. ArtReach allows students to express their creativity, to appreciate art, and to 'shine' in a new and different way. Thank you ArtReach!“
- Vista Grande Elementary Teacher
What is ArtReach? ArtReach is a not-for-profit, 501 (c) 3 organization that takes working artists into K - 6 schools throughout San Diego County to provide hands-on visual art education workshops. We believe art opens the door to limitless possibilities and teaches young people to think critically and originally. And, that every child should have the opportunity to make art despite budget cuts and regardless of socioeconomic status. The team that brings ArtWalk events to San Diego every year created ArtReach in 2007. Since then, we have worked with thousands of students and families.
ArtReach Video: Arts & Innovation
“Imagination is everything. It is the preview of life’s coming attractions.”
- Albert Einstein
In this video San Diego innovators and members of the ArtReach team share their thoughts on the value of arts education and how it impacts our “coming attractions.”
Thank you to Chris Swabb of On Assignment Studios for donating the time and care to create this video. Thank you to Janet Smith, ArtReach Board member and owner of On Assignment Studios for envisioning this project. Learn more about Janet and Chris here.
ArtReach Workshops In Schools We bring everything needed to your school for each lesson, no buses required. ArtReach workshops include:
Professional artists as teachers
Innovative projects that instruct and inspire
STEAM oriented lesson by request
One time visit, series or artist residencies
Emphasis on creating original work
Workshops for entire schools or specific grade levels
All materials needed for each lesson
Lessons based on California State Board of Education Visual Art Standards
Lesson plan and suggestion for in class projects provided to classroom teacher
Evaluation by teachers and students
After School Programs/Events ArtReach also offers after school programs and workshops for youth organizations. Contact us to create the perfect program whatever your need.
Cost Fee-Based Program: costs vary depending on the number of students enrolled and the project chosen.
Free Workshops: When funding allows, ArtReach offers free workshops to schools that meet need criteria. We will work with you to fit your budget.
All Kids Need Art: Your Donations Help ArtReach transforms your tax-deductible donation into free hands on workshops at schools that have no visual arts education resources or funding for such programs. Your gift funds Teaching Artists, materials and curriculum development.
Donate to ArtReach Make a tax deductible donation to ArtReach now via this Better Giving link.