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We inhabit a great big world. A world full of wonder. A world full of surprises.
A world full of unbelievable things. A world to explore.
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So what does this have to do with art? Let me ask you this...what if no one ever took the time to imagine the great 'what if's' throughout the ages? What if Benjamin Franklin never flew that famous kite? What if Da Vinci never made plans for a flying machine? What if Galileo never built a telescope? At Art Planet we believe that all it takes is a great big imagination to do great big things in this world. And just like the muscles of an athlete, imaginations need to be used and exercised if they are to grow strong. That's exactly what art can do. Art class is like a playground for the mind. It's where we walk into a world full of 'what if's' just waiting to happen. It's where we become problem solvers when we encounter the unexpected. It's where we consider more than one way to look at things. It's where we encounter new perspectives and learn the value of sharing our ideas with each other. It's where our planet becomes Art Planet...a place where creative thinking changes the way we live. When we learn to explore our imaginations, we learn to explore the world. How can we believe the unbelievable if we have no imagination?


What is Art Planet?

Art Planet is a workshop studio where kids, families and adults can
experience art in
a fun and comfortable environment.
Classes and workshops are for students of all abilities with
a focus on engaging students with special needs.

Why does Art Planet exist?
"It's simple...I love people and I love art.
And I love putting the two together."

Where is Art Planet?
Art Planet is tucked away in a quiet Southeast Lincoln
neighborhood, in a home studio located just north of
Edgewood shopping center at 56th & HWY 2.

From the Director, Tamara Kaye


Thanks for visiting the website today...
Feel free to browse the class pages to find something for the artist in your life and
take a look at the photo albums on Facebook to see what students are creating!


Because the planet needs more art!

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Spoon Beetles made by campers attending "Extreme Art" at Camp Sonshine