What you'll experience in the ArtStart Challenge
In this popular 5-day challenge you'll receive a full supply list for five days of process-based art projects that young children love. Think of it as a meal plan for creativity!
The child-tested projects are designed to foster creative thinking skills, bring joy to your home, and minimize prep work for you!
Do any of these struggles sound familiar to you? I ask because I've heard comments like these from thousands of parents...
I'm not creative. I'm not an artist or crafter and I'm a busy working mom, so coming up with ideas is tough for me.
Time. It's a real challenge to get it all in.
By the time we've cleaned up I'm loathe to start something new. The thought of cleaning up after the mess stifles my creativity.
I don't know what level my kids are at... where they will be both challenged and confident.
If you could use some time management help in the form of a curated plan, would like to tap into your own natural creativity, want art projects for a range of ages, and are in search of natural ways to connect with your child through art, then this challenge is for you.
The ArtStart Challenge is light, prep time is minimal, and it will help you connect with your child through art.
What’s involved? Over the course of five days, you will set up simple process-based art experiences for your child. In case you're wondering, side-by-side creating is welcome and adults can play, too! We call these projects ArtStarters because they help us get started with art.
If you're at all uncertain about what kind of art lessons your child will enjoy, are overwhelmed by a sea of online ideas, or feel fatigue from the juggle of parenting and the mess of art making, ArtStart will help you feel confident, relaxed, and supported on this journey.
It’s my mission to help you get comfortable setting up easy art provocations that will help you reach your creative goals. This challenge will be your (art)START!
Sign up for the challenge and you'll get:
Your creative collaborator,
Rachelle is the founder of TinkerLab.com, author of the book TinkerLab: A Hands-on Guide for Little Inventors, and artist in residence in Palo Alto’s Cubberley Artist Studio Program (CASP). She has an Ed.M. in Education from Harvard and a BA in theater from UCLA. She has worked in costume design on movies at Warner Brothers & Universal Studios, and as an arts educator in museums around the nation including MFA Boston and The DeYoung Museum in San Francisco. In her free time, Rachelle enjoys craft nights, everything hygge, contemporary art, crafting with found materials, chai tea, and spending time with family. And she makes a decent enchilada.