Little Artistas is an arts, crafts and language studio for kids with locations in the neighborhoods of Glen Park, Noe Valley, Ghirardelli Square and Inner Sunset in beautiful and creative San Francisco. We offer:
- fun art classes in English and Spanish,
- date nights, open studio and community events,
- birthday parties and other celebrations and
- classes at your child's school!
We are committed to community, creativity and fun learning!
We did an Interview with Noe Valley SF!
Little Artistas Founder, Anna Calonje interviews with Noe Valley SF to discuss about our new Noe Valley art studio!
We painted beautiful murals!
We painted beautiful murals at Alvarado Elementary and Glen Park School with over a hundred munchkins ! Take a look at our blog to see fun pictures and read about our process. Want us to organize a mural painting with kids at your school? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Little Artistas is now a proud partner of DrawBridge, a nonprofit organization that provides expressive arts programs for homeless and underserved youth. DrawBridge partners with homeless shelters and low-income housing facilities to bring over 800 art sessions each year directly to the children where they reside. They serve more than 900 children annually at twenty sites in six Bay Area counties!
Little Artistas Goes to Your School!
Little Artistas is available to teach at your school! We currently teach at tens of preschools and elementary schools in the Bay Area, such as Las Mañanitas, an awesome Spanish-immersion preschool in Westwood, Primeros Pasos, a lovely home daycare in Glen Park and Le Port, a fabulous Montessori preschool. If you are interested in having Little Artistas come to your school, please contact email@example.com for more information! We build custom curriculum or we can replicated one of our awesome classes!
Featured in Red Tricycle
“San Francisco families just got a new option for studio time for the little ones—including a Spanish immersion option.” Some nice words written by our friends at Red Tricycle, who were kind enough to do a little piece on Little Artistas!