LiveArts Studio

Educational resources for 

students, teachers and parents


Students

  1. Can you find all of the elements & principals of art in the puzzle?
  2. Do you know your color schemes?
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Teachers
  1. Color & Composition
  2. What is 3-Dimensional Art?
  3. Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead)
  4. Dia de los Muertos Lesson Plan


Student's first color wheel

The Arts as Sustainable Development

Part of our vision states, that we use creativity as a resource to help improve the wellbeing and interests of families and communities, and; to build global relationships through a rich creative cultural exchange. We are dedicated to using the arts as education for sustainable development. In short video, see how the arts unite, helping to bring families together by fostering strong parent/child relationships. Our creative experiences are also designed to promote cultural diversity and respect for one another. The activities we provide often center around children while adults; parents and caregivers alike, share in their excitement of discovery, exploration and inquiry which the arts naturally bring. Our activities inspire multigenerational interchange within families - who learn together; create together and explore their creativity together. These activities occur both on-site at our studio located in Gary, IN, as well as off-site in various other communities, both in- and outside of the state. Share what children and families experience as LiveArts Studio uses art education for sustainable development of family and parental involvement

 
Contact us: 4760 Broadway, Gary, IN, 46408 | Phone: 219-884-2770 | email: liveartsstudio1@gmail.com


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Art is not only essential to a child's learning, but it is a fundamental building block in their acquisition of knowledge. Because parents are a childs first teachers, children excel and thrive when parental involvement and family explore, create and discover together.

 

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