Young Rembrandts - Michiana
Come Draw With Us!
The Power of Drawing
Drawing is the fundamental skill of the visual arts that can - and should - be learned by all children.
Young Rembrandts teaches the drawing skills children need while developing learning skills that give children an academic advantage in the classroom.
Welcome to Young Rembrandts of Michiana - St. Joseph IN and Berrien MI Counties!
We are thrilled to serve the greater Michiana area. Young Rembrandts is the original and most recognized Children's drawing program that is raising generations on the value, the power, the passion and the significance of art.
Our curriculum, developed over the past 20+ years, is based on artistic techniques and educational concepts that enable each student to be successful in building confidence and enthusiasm towards the visual arts. Lessons are designed to build core art skills as well as core learning skills in a fun, engaging and creative environment.If you are:
- a principal wanting to see academic improvement in your school
- a teacher searching for higher thinking and concentration skills in your class
- a parent building greater self-esteem in your child
- a person interested in bringing art enrichment to your community
- an instructor interested in joining our team
Please contact us. We would like to share the potential that Young Rembrandts holds for you.
Naomi and Marty Ventura, Executive Directors
NEW WINTER SESSIONS!
Winter is upon us and that means a whole new series of classes are here! Looking to keep your kiddos entertained and educated throughout the winter months, look no further than a Young Rembrandts class in the Michiana area!
If you have yet to register, there still is time!
About Naomi Ventura: She was an experienced elementary school teacher prior to having children. She is active in multiple school enrichment programs having initiated and manage a chess club, coaches an Odyssey of the Mind elementary team, and filled the position President of the PTO/PTA at 2 of her children's schools. Naomi has a BA in Art and Art History from Rice University, a Masters of Fine Arts from the University of Texas, at Austin, and a Masters of Education from the University of Houston.