Projects often occur across curricula, incorporating science, social studies, literature, math, and religion.

 

Students emerge as fearless artists, having the confidence that they can produce a great piece of art while having fun. Students learn they have artistic strengths: if not drawing, then color mixing; if not painting, then sculpting.

 

Other skills, such as time management, organization, and the proper use and care of tools and materials develop through consistent practice.

 

Most importantly, students learn that mistakes are okay, and can even lead to unexpected discoveries.