WESTPORT CENTER FOR THE ARTS STUDENTS SHARE THEIR ARTWORK WITH THE WORLD!
Kansas City, MO -- Move Over Famous Artists! Westport Center For The Arts artists are taking over the spotlight! Stan Morgan, the school's Art Teacher, has teamed up with Artsonia, www.artsonia.com -- the world's largest online kid's art museum -- to display the students' artwork.
Anyone can view the school gallery online at: www.artsonia.com/schools/WestportForArts1. Visitors can browse the artwork in the school gallery by grade level, or by specific exhibits. Westport Center For The Arts students join thousands of students from over 130 countries whose artwork is showcased on Artsonia. "This program is a wonderful way to get parents and family members more involved in Art Education," said Sarah Buchmann, volunteer. "Since many of our workshop projects are murals and collaborative, it is hard for the participants to take their work home. With Artsonia, kids and their fans can visit their artwork and view it online. Additionally, the art can be printed on a large variety of items for purchase. The choices vary from keychains to cuttingboards or on notecards or on a canvas. Best of all, a portion of the purchase price is donated back to the WCA Youth Arts program."
All of Artsonia's artwork (12 million and counting!) are viewable online, and any teacher or parent can create an online art gallery for their child or school. Artsonia provides several online features such as fan clubs and personal guestbooks, as a way for families to encourage the creativity and imaginations of their young artists. In addition, family members can purchase keepsakes imprinted with the child's artwork, with Artsonia donating 15 percent of their annual product revenue back to school art programs.
Headquartered in Gurnee, Ill., Artsonia was established in 2000 as an online kid's art museum providing free, educational resources for kids, families and schools to create art projects. Since its inception, Artsonia continues to integrate technology in the classroom, develop multi-cultural understanding through art and increase family involvement in children's education. To find out more, visit www.artsonia.com.