Let’s face it: if a child announces, “I want to be an artist!” parents may temporarily rejoice for their fun, expressive creations; but as soon as “real life” hits, we all know artists are starving. Right? WRONG! Whether your child’s passion is dance, literature, poetry, music, drama, or fine art, come see why you can (and must) encourage these budding creative minds. Even if you are certain that you don’t have a creative bone in your body, get practical ideas for raising and educating confident, successful, creative children.
Presenter: Natalie Hunsaker is excited to be part of a growing movement, dedicated to bringing back legitimacy and beauty to the world of Art. Her paintings have been exhibited in juried shows including the Springville Art Museum’s Annual Spring Salon, the LDS International Art Competition, and the STEMS Plein Air event. She is also the author of the Latter-day Learning’s Art History curriculum for high schoolers (piloting 2014-2015) and currently home schools her three beautiful (and creative) children. She hopes that her work will inspire a desire to defend and uphold beauty in all forms of Art, for the benefit of both creators and viewers alike.
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