ChildArt fosters creativity, grows imagination, and develops global competency. Published since 1998, this colorful quarterly magazine is packed with innovative and inspirational ideas for your child, grandchild or students. ChildArt is unique in that it is free of commercial advertisements.
While the magazine's powerful visuals and design makes it fun reading for creative folks of all ages, ChildArt is written expressly for 10 to 14 year olds. The young readers are empowered to overcome the well-documented "4th-grade slump" in creativity, which can continue into adulthood if it gains a foothold. ChildArt draws upon STEAMS Education, which integrates arts and culture ("A") and sport and play ("S") with STEM disciplines for a creative and holistic education.
"Not only is this professionally-produced magazine both visually and intellectually engaging in content and design, but in these days of steady cutbacks in U.S. arts education programs, it offers a cogent reminder of art's central role in linking world cultures, each to each. For its polycultural outlook and special focus, ChildArt is unique among magazines for children –but readers of any age will find it a rewarding way to broaden their horizons." - John Peters, The New York Public Library
ChildArt is currently available as an e-Magazine, with US$30 as annual subscription.
January - March 2017: Transformative Experiences
Asst. Editor: Cara Bloomer. Designer: Lisa Wells
April - June 2017: Futures Literacy
Guest Editors: Sudhir Desai and Shakil Ahmed
July-September 2017: Arts & Mind - The Brain Science of Human Experience
Guest Editor: Susan Magsamen
October-December 2017: The Color Issue
Guest Editor: Kate Smith
January - March 2016: Why Music Matters
April - June 2016: Our Thirsty Planet
Guest Editor: Linda Macri
July-September 2016: Space Art
Guest Editor: Richard Clar
October-December 2016: Learning From Design!
Guest Editor: Doris Wells-Papanek
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