Use art to uncover the broken areas in your life, identify your purpose, build strong partnerships and team building
Mother/Daughter, Couples, Families, BFFs
Use art to have FUN! Ladies' night, community & special events, birthday parties, etc.
Honey Art Studio is an art company that features exciting, vivid and creative art activities for adults and children. One of our art consultants will help you choose a theme, set a date and provide all materials and supplies for your event. We bring art to you or you come to us.
We paint, design and build together. We provide all materials and supplies to your event, office or specified location. New and advanced artists are welcome to experience innovation and release the artist within.
It’s so much more than just a class. It's a powerful life changing experience. We create together with your favorite music & lots of laughter. Our inspiring art coaches are supportive and push you to explore your hidden talents.
Social painting activity where beginning artists come together to paint usually a pre-sketched image on a canvas. For many, Paint Nights are a first-time painting experience.
These nights are open to the general public, as well as to private events such as: Ladies Night Out, Couples’ Night, Bachelorette Parties, Birthday Parties, and more.
Honey Art Studio has partnered with several organizations to provide Community Art Experience. These ventures have increased the businesses market-share, as well as its awareness. Over a year time span, Community Partnerships alone has generated $11,250 in revenue with many new opportunities and expansions in progress.
Art for team-building. We provide hands-on art experiences through painting, vision-board design, mind-mapping and other strategic planning methods to encourage camaraderie, creativity and a sense of purpose for business groups
In conjunction with community organizations, churches and women-groups, we offer art programs that build self-awareness and self -esteem.
We offer art-based summer camps, after-school programs & family activities to introduce art as a creative outlet, a conflict resolution method and a tool to bring families together.
Provides disadvantaged students of color
residing in San Francisco's urban communities with real world training to prepare them for careers in the fashion industry. The Arts Career Pathway program gives students what they need; innovative teaching techniques including:
• Differentiated Instruction
When a student struggles, the teacher creates a plan that includes extra practice, step-by-step directions, and special homework.
• Multi-sensory Instruction
This method links what students see, hear & feel, and how they move. When students learn how to use all of their senses, they remember the material better. The collaborative has over 40 years of experience working with generations of African American families who reside in the Bayview & Fillmore neighborhoods of San Francisco. Creating and implementing culturally competent programs for communities serving the African American children is a vital component of the program.
Our program provides hands-on instruction, internships and opportunities for
scholarships and transition into higher education in the arts including partnerships with City College of San Francisco (CCSF), the Academy of Art University, and California College of the Arts (CCA).
Expressive art exercises constitute innovative interventions to promote self-expression and improve communication with others.
A picture is worth a thousand words became a reality when a stately gentleman diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease showed his peers at the day care center a collage he had made from small scraps of colored construction paper that were then glued onto a larger piece of construction paper in an expressive arts session. Prior to that experience, he would silently sit in the back of the art room, observing and listening as others shared their work. When asked whether he wanted to say anything about the collage he had made or whether he wanted to give it a title, he told the group members that the title said it all, A Scattered, Shattered Life. Group members nodded in validation, quietly expressing their empathy.
* Gene Cohen, MD, PhD, director of the Center on Aging, Health & Humanities at George Washington University in Washington, DC, and the first researcher to conduct a national longitudinal study on the quality of life, found that the arts have a positive effect on health and illness as we age.
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Thank you for visiting. Please call or email to join our Arts and Crafts activities or to schedule your private event.