Calling All Families!

The 2020/2021 academic school year has presented unique challenges for all families. The Richmond Museum of History & Culture (RMHC) is offering a virtual enrichment programs to help ease the burden of distance learning.

Friday Enrichment Programs

The RMHC is providing virtual drop-in programs on Fridays between 11:00 AM and 1:00 PM. The program is intended to provide the opportunity for families to participate in enrichment programs on Fridays.  We encourage WCCUSD teachers and parents to incorporate the drop-in programs into your child’s plans for Friday after homeroom. The programs will include facilitated art projects that can be completed with materials often found in the household.

Tatiana Ortiz, Museum Educator

About the educator

Tatiana Ortiz is a local artist and educator from Richmond. She studied at Academy of Arts, San Francisco in Art education and is currently continuing her education in Art History. Tatiana has also written and illustrated her own children’s book. She has since started her own non-profit organization devoted to the advocacy of Children’s Art and Literacy in Contra Costa County. She continues her work, currently teaching Art at local schools, Richmond Art Center and Contra Costa College, teaching elementary age students. When she is not teaching, you can find Tatiana creating her own art, using polymer clay or acrylic paint. She continues to find innovative ways to challenge her skills and support the community she serves.

 

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