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World Art Day is April 15, 2024!


Almost everyone has a love for some type of art. It takes many different forms including painting, sculpture, architecture, dance, music, literature, cinema, and more! Today is a day to release your creative side and enjoy art, whether that means participating in some form or just appreciating it. There is so much beautiful art around us. So, take it all in today and give in to your artsy side.




Things to do on World Art Day


  • Do art projects with your family.

  • Take up a new art hobby like painting or scrapbooking.

  • Go to a ceramics studio with friends and make something fun.

  • Visit an art museum.

  • Build Lego sculptures and have a sculpture show.

  • Get some sidewalk chalk and create a mural on the driveway.

  • Make a comic strip or pictures for a story.

  • Learn about art from a different country.

  • Color together while listening to some of your favorite music.

  • Learn about some famous artists like Vincent van Gogh, Georgia O'Keefe, Michelangelo, Leonardo Da Vinci, Claude Monet, and Salvador Dali.






Check out this amazing story by C.E. White!


11-year-old Vincent van Gogh discovers a curious new world through a tunnel on the moor. A mysterious white rabbit introduces him to Alice, and their quest begins—defeat the dreaded Jabberwock before it consumes all of Wonderland.

A slithy tove, an ill-tempered caterpillar, and the Cheshire cat meet them along the path as their adventures take them through fields dancing with flowers, tangled forests, and looking-glass pools. But all is not what it seems in Wonderland, and Vincent may not have— and may not want— what it takes to succeed. Destroying the Jabberwock may cost more than he’s willing to give.






Do you want a fun way to share a love of art, classic literature, and faith with your kids?


With puzzles, coloring, art projects, and exciting adventures, this will be a great addition to your homeschool curriculum!















 

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