Art Made Eazy is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that is focused on transforming the lives of young people through art making. We provide art classes, workshops, art exhibitions, public art opportunities and youth mentoring through in-person and virtual arts programming.
Art Made Eazy increases access to the arts for youth to help increase opportunities for self- expression and peer to peer engagement, bridge academic achievement gaps, and reduce stress. Our curricula meets both the state of California and the national visual arts standard requirements.
The in-person art classes and workshops can be found inside juvenile justice facilities and community centers who serve refugee children and system-engaged youth.
Our virtual art programming, which is membership-based, serves school districts, homeschooling groups and community organizations throughout the United States.
Art Made Eazy founder and artist, Elizabeth Washburn, has been teaching and creating art curricula for diverse groups of young people for 20 years. Her students have included: youth enrolled in K-12 public and elite private schools, as well as refugee populations, homeless teens, and system-engaged youth.
To see art created in our program, please visit our gallery page.
Founder Elizabeth Washburn’s art can be viewed at: washburnfineart.com.
For questions contact us at: [email protected]
We look forward to hearing from you!