ChildArt Magazine

Subscription is $30 per year

Please pay online to start receiving emails each quarter with a link to the magazine.

If you want to gift the magazine to your favorite child, please email us the instructions.
To pay by check, please make your check payable to “ICAF” and mail it to ICAF, PO Box 58133,
Washington DC 20037

Back issues of ChildArt

You can choose from a list of the quarterly magazine’s past issues. Each magazine covers a relevant and timely subject. The information is presented in an exciting, colorful way for young readers to cherish. Please click on a magazine’s cover for the table of contents.

To order, pay $10 and email us the title of the ChildArt issue you ordered, so we can email it to you. All 15 issues, you can order for $110—a saving of $40.00!

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"Filled with brief, energetic articles on art in the cultures, schools and minds of today’s children, this ad-free magazine will quickly become a favorite youth-services periodical…ChildArt is a truly multicultural periodical to enrich every public library.” -- Today’s Librarian.

“The International Child Art Foundation publishes ChildArt … that fosters learning, self-discovery, and global education for children through all types of art and design projects and activities. Vibrant color illustrations and photographs show art created by children and illustrate step-by-step craft projects from around the world that can be done in the classroom. Teacher-librarians will find ChildArt to be an excellent source for creative multi-cultural projects to recommend to teachers and students.”-- Teacher Librarian: The Journal for School Library Professionals.

"This unique periodical inspires children of all ages to be artistic, cooperative, creative and imaginative. The reader is taken around the world to a variety of cultural settings, then back to the old masters for historical perspectives and on into a future of cooperation and creativity.”-- Arts and Activities, Editorial Review

“I found the articles to be consistently well-written, respectful of the young artists they profile and illustrated with works or craft that are memorable and stimulating. 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…For its poly-cultural outlook and special focus, ChildArt is unique among magazines for children…readers of any age will find it a rewarding way to broaden their cultural horizons.”-- Supervising Librarian, Central Children’s Room, The New York Public Library.

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