All children enrolled in the program will receive art products from Crayola.
"At Crayola, we are all about giving kids innovative and relevant products that spark creative experiences," says Warren Schorr, vice president, business development and global licensing, Crayola. "Our collaboration with Mad Science focuses on art concepts and techniques to broaden the understanding of today's world, sharpen kids' creativity and critical-thinking skills as problem-solving tools and learn about different places and new cultures. We have always been committed to art-infused education and are thrilled that Crayola Imagine Arts Academy adds another valuable pillar in that mission."
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