COMMUNITY ARTS CLUB
experience that will change your life!
WE HOST MANY SUMMER EVENTS
You’re invited! Our art club is designed to encourage kids from kindergarten to their grandparents to express themselves through art as much as possible. This is your chance to have some fun with art without the pressures of society or trying out new things.
Things to do
Trips & Explorations
Introducing Art To Your Home Decoration Before Christmas
When you think of home decoration, what comes to mind? If you’re anything like me, the first thing that pops into your head is bright colors and patterns. The holidays are when we want to express our festive spirit and bring joy to our homes. But since Christmas is right around the corner, I decided to share some of my…
12 Myths of the Successful Artist, Debunked
Myth #1: If you practice hard enough, you’ll become a success. The Truth: No matter how much time and effort someone puts into their craft, not everyone is going to make it. While there are many factors that can contribute to an individual’s career choice and eventual success (i.e. talent, discipline, persistence etc.), it’s equally important to realize that there…
Why Comic Sans Font is Hated
Nobody likes Comic Sans, and we’re not talking about the font itself. No, we’re discussing that too many people use it in inappropriate scenarios or to express themselves, and it has just become one of those things people love to hate. Do you know how most fonts have a perfect time and place for which they were meant? Comic Sans…
The Ultimate Guide to Buying Art from Thrift Stores
If you’re looking for unique and inexpensive artwork to decorate your home but are on a budget, check out your local thrift stores. You might be surprised to find that these shops have a lot of paintings for sale or donation at prices that aren’t too high. And you get to buy them in almost any shape or size—from big…
What Determines Artworks’ Value?
This is an important question to ask. Some people would say there’s a qualitative difference between different levels of artwork. For example, a painting made by Picasso is more valuable than a painting made by someone just starting in their career. But what determines the value of work? In the case of art, it can be tough to measure their…
How to Spot Counterfeit Artwork Right Away!
Counterfeiting has been a problem for decades in the fine art industry. As more people buy and sell art online, it quickly becomes easier for counterfeiters to pass off their fake artwork as authentic. Over 60% of the top 100 auction houses have allegedly sold counterfeit pieces or knowingly allowed their platforms to be used by brokers selling fakes. Counterfeit…
How Art Can Improve Your Quality of Life
For centuries, people have been using art to process their emotions. It can be challenging to articulate and express your feelings; for some people, art is the easiest way to do that. Art is a form of self-expression and understanding, which is something many people struggle with in their lives. On top of that, looking at beautiful things can make…
Best Summer Activities for Toddlers
If you’re looking for a way to keep your toddler entertained this summer, look no further! This blog post will provide lists of the best summer activities for toddlers that are sure to keep them occupied. Below are six summer activities for toddlers that you can complete this summer. Let the Kids Play with New Toys Since most kids do…
14 Tips Every Woman Painter Should Know
Painting can be a fun and creative hobby, but it is also a means to an end. It doesn’t just make you feel good; it makes you look good too. Instead of using painting for relaxation or enjoyment, we suggest you use painting as your tool for success. Here are some tips on how you can use this tool wisely…
Once in a lifetime experience
At DCACARTS, we bring out the artist in your child and help them to try new things, taste new food, and make great friends. A camp allows them to be creative and expand their minds while making lifelong friendships. Camp is a two-week program that allows your child to try out new things and develop skills in an environment where they can play and work.