What are Abrakadoodle’s primary services?
We do it all: after-school art classes, in-school field trips, class parties, holiday and summer camps, Arty pARTies, Art Splash paint nights for adults and professional face-painting.
Who are Abrakadoodle’s primary customers?
Artists and curious creatives of all ages and levels. Programs start at 18 months for Mommy/Daddy & Me, and we have offerings for preschool 3-5, elementary and teen classes, adult painting parties for corporate events and professional development, senior adult programs and special needs classes.
What’s your favorite part of your work?
The look of joy and pride on a student’s face when they create something. It’s priceless to know you are a part of broadening someone’s confidence, creativity and perspective.
What makes Abrakadoodle’s classes, camps and other offerings special?
My team and I are very passionate about art education. We are also a mobile program, so we are able to make our classes more accessible. We bring everything schools and community sites need to offer an exceptional art experience.
What are your interests outside of work?
I love to travel and explore artwork around the world. I also enjoy volunteering as a member of the Junior League of Montgomery. The organization’s work betters the lives of families in our community and supports women in leadership, which resonates with my mission.
Please name an accomplishment that you are particularly proud of.
We opened our first Pop-Up Abrakadoodle Art Studio last summer to have an educational and convenient enrichment location for summer camps and classes. It was so much fun! Folks can watch our Facebook page (facebook.com/abrakadoodleart) to find details on the 2019 summer camp locations.
Abrakadoodle was awarded an IFA scholarship award in Washington D.C. to allow it to continue its 2018 art education program at Brantwood Children’s Home.