Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote that "to be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment."
The Children's Arts Guild helps children transcend limiting expectations and explore and develop their authentic selves through creativity education.
We believe that creativity education is instrumental in helping children become creative problem solvers, develop self-regard, and feel empowered to take action in the world. Our programs are designed to encourage children to embrace, value, and express their own experiences, and in the process discover the joy and excitement of learning.
July 10th - August 21st: Authenticity in the Classroom Professional development workshops. A series of four bi-weekly sessions hosted through the New York State Department of Education and ASPDP.
August 16th-18th: Self-Care for Educators workshop hosted in scenic Old Chatham, NY at the Powell House retreat Center.
November 9th-10th: 2019 Children & Authenticity Conference
New York CTLE Certified Professional Development
Second and Third grade Students in our Creative Classrooms program visited the Metropolitan Museum of Art.