Massachusetts Programs & Performers Directory : Program Description

StoryArt

Program Category: * Crafts * Storytellers * Educational Programs
Audience:2-8
Description:A combination of literacy education and arts & crafts enrichment. Expert storytelling and thematic art projects. More than 40 themes to choose from. Each child will see the characters come to life through their creative efforts. Great for reading comprehension, inspiring the imagination and self-expression. You can also add story character face painting or a thematic snack for an additional fee (i.e. mosaics and edible mosaics!!).
Fee:$50. $50.00/hour flat fee for non-profit organizations, in addition to per person fee based on StoryArt theme chosen. We have over 40 StoryArt themes to choose from (i.e. Hungry Caterpillar, Rainbow Fish, Where the Wild Things Are and lots more).
Group Size:any
Program Length:1 hour
Facility Requirements:art-friendly area large enough for your group
Last Modified:05/13/2005
Comments:"The StoryArt program was wonderfully creative and educational. Each of the ten centers gave us great feedback and the program fell within our budget. Best of all, the children were able to experiment, explore and express their creativity. Your StoryArt program also promotes communication, language and literacy skills in young children. Thanks again." -Karen Driscoll, Early Childhood Program Manager, Fitchburg Public Schools

Recent Library/School Appearances by All Art by Let's Gogh Art :

Thayer Memorial Library Lancaster, MA 978-368-8928
Haverhill Public Library Haverhill, MA (978) 373-1586
Malden Public Library Malden, MA 781-388-0803

Performer’s Contact Information:

All Art by Let's Gogh Art

Lynn Toomey
P.O. Box 664
Lunenburg, MA 01462
Phone: 978-833-6067
Email: art@letsgoghart.com
Web Site: http://www.letsgoghart.com
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