Have fun exploring Halloween-themed artwork this year and learning about international artists. Have fun switching up famous art for kids crafts!
by I grew up in a Norwegian American home. My maternal and paternal great grandparents emigrated to the United States in the mid-1880s. Many of the foods that I consider comfort foods are of Scandinavian origin. While family recipes have been passed down through the generations, sadly other traditions have slowly been lost. My ancestral heritage […]
by If I asked you to name five artists, who would you name? Chances are, most people would list five male (and probably white) artists. I’m assuming that many people would find it easy to name five male artists, but may struggle to come up with five women artists. Here are five incredible women artists of […]
by Holi (pronounced “hoh-lee”) is a fun festival for young people that is celebrated widely in India to mark the first day of Spring. In India, Holi is celebrated by throwing colored powders on each other and dancing and frolicking around from dawn until dusk. Flower petals and rice may also be thrown, and […]
by This post contains affiliate links. If you click through and make a purchase, we receive a small commission. Today, we are kicking off our Black History Month Blog Hop here on Multicultural Kid Blogs with a focus on one of my favorite artists, Romare Bearden. I’m totally in love with Romare Bearden’s art. Through […]