Reading: During project research and development

Writing: as students write project proposals and daily journal entries

Communication/Public Speaking: During brainstorming sessions, research interviews, and design presentations

Math: While measuring artwork, calculating scale changes, and spatial planning for public art projects

Science: While researching and illustrating scientific/environmental subject-matter for public display

Art: Workshop and hands-on experience in concept development, drawing, painting, design, and large-scale mural production

Community Awareness: The Studio Program provides a two-way conduit where students observe and learn from their community and then recycle ideas back into the city in the form of public murals and other creative projects.

Contact: To discuss or schedule a project, please contact us at: or 323-304-9048.

Some of the skills students will develop and use are: