Colorbridge Art’s mission is to provide children with familiarity and fluency with concepts of art, regardless of their backgrounds, creating the foundation for confidence, self expression, problem solving and social change.

For Schools, Teachers and Educators

For Parents: Private and Small Group Lessons

Color Wheel Connections: Bookmaking Curriculum

Colorbridge Art partners with schools and community Organizations

to bring arts education to the St. Louis Community

Here is a list of recent partners:

Springboard To Learning of St. Louis

South City Catholic Academy

Blessed Teresa of Calcutta School

Hawthorne Leadership School for Girls

BiOME School

Pink House

Kennard Classical Junior Academy

Crossroads Presbyterian Fellowship

Springboard to Learning

Word of Life School

Our Lady of Sorrows School

St. Gabriel School

St. Cecilia School

St. Louis Kidney Foundation

St. Margarets of Scotland

St. John's Community Improvement Center

Creative Exchange Labs (CEL) & The Sweet Potato Project

The Hands-On Arts (HAT) Institute at Webster University 

The Contemporary Art Museum's LEAP program

Art in the Park, St. Louis Hills Neighborhood Association

Kitebridge Inc.

TESTIMONIALS:

I meant to tell you how impressed I was with Charlie's last lesson. I had not expected art lessons to address so many of the things that we hope to help Charlie grow more comfortable with - taking risks, being brave, not giving up easily, accepting his best effort. I was amazed at how quickly you zeroed in on these and how art could be a vehicle for personal growth for him!

- Leslie, parent of child attending private lessons

 

“I was so pleased with the magic that was created yesterday in the studio. The kids seem so comfortable in your space and presence and the creative energy just caught on fire didn't it? Thank you for all you've done for our kids!”

"Colorbridge has transformed my children's homeschool art class from a humble arts and crafts hour into an educational and exploratory art journey.  Rich colors, quality materials, and new techniques have nourished the creative minds of my little artists and inspired them to produce charming original art for friends and family. Creating in a real artist's studio surrounded by artwork heightens the experience for my 5 and 8 year old. At the end of the lesson they leave class joyful, with arms full of projects, new vocabulary to share with me, and an expanded appreciation for the beautiful world around them."

-Ashley, parent of homeschool students (since April 2015)

 

A quick thank you for the Family art night on Sunday.  We all had a wonderful time, but my kids in particular have continued to talk about what a great time they had - unsolicited!  You are such an engaging and calm, gentle teacher.  You also speak so fluently in the language of children. 

-Mary, parent on scheduling an in-home family night art project