2021-2022 - VISUAL ARTS

Explore world cultures, discover a story in movement or celebrate an American classic. Our roster of internationally renowned dance artists brings the best the world has to offer to your school or event.

ARTIST GENRE DESCRIPTION
EIKO AMANO Visual Arts Innovative workshops led by artist Eiko Amano are a unique blend of science and art.

Please ask about options for projects that do or do not require access to a kiln. 
ELLEN SCHULZE Visual Arts Beloved, master puppeteer, Ellen Schulze, better known as the Puppet Lady, explores the art of crafting puppets in fun, hands-on workshops geared to tap into the creative mind.
LARA BRUCE Visual Arts Originally from Hawaii, Lara Bruce studied art history in Massachusetts and after working for years in the art auction industry, she transformed her love of art into a passion for teaching. Lara has also worked for Art to Grow On inc. for the past 10 years and loves bringing art and art history to children of all ages.
LYNN OKIMURA Visual Arts Lynn Okimura, an educator of animation and an industry professional, expands student creative thinking, expression and story ideas through various animated art forms. These programs are customizable and can be integrated with other subjects.
MARKUS TRACY Visual Arts Markus Tracy works with educational and civic institutions using the visual arts as a vehicle for empowering individuals and communities at-large to make positive choices fostering tolerance and respect. He uses the visual arts as a positive outlet for artistic expression and community dialogue.
PEGGY HASEGAWA Visual Arts Journey through the ancient arts of origami, papermaking or bookmaking in engaging, multicultural programs with this talented artist.
RENÉE ORTIZ Visual Arts Renee is a California contemporary artist passionate about sharing her love of art with others.  As a working artist, she continually explores a multitude of mediums and the artists who master them. As an educator, Renee appreciates the way in which people learn from and build upon the work of their predecessors and contemporaries. She guides her students to find these connections and then to use this information in building their own artistic paths. She believes that everyone has a unique way of seeing the world and teaches students to be true to theirs.