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First of all, art is an easy way to get your kids busy. As we all know, children love to create and imagine new things. It is also a way for them to learn more about their environment and themselves, their capabilities, what they can do. Give your children the opportunity to sit and create, and you’ll be surprised by the number of things they will be able to create and with what. From pencils, paper, crayons, twigs, mud, rocks, beautiful and amazing things will be given birth to.
Art is therefore closely related to many things that we want for our kids and demand from any education organization: social and emotional development, civic engagement and academic achievement. Arts education can solve many problems and help our kids learning the basics that are of major importance for a balanced social, cultural and intellectual life.
Stephen was born in Minnesota in, 1949. He attended college and art school for four years then studied from 1971 to 1975 at Atelier Lack where he was in the first cohesive group of students. From 1973 to 1988 he taught at Atelier Lack, first in the evenings then assisting Richard Lack with the full time program.