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We are located at:

524 South First Avenue

Arcadia, CA 91006


524 S 1st Ave
Arcadia, CA, 91006
United States

(626) 445-6005

Creative World Art School is a non-profit organization in Arcadia, CA focusing on arts education. We offer weekend fine arts classes, an after-school program, summer art camps, birthday art workshops, and more.

Fabric & Fiber

Doll Making!

Creative World Art School

Doll making dates back as early as the 21st century BC. The history of doll making crosses all borders and the functions vary from children's toys to aids for spiritual practices. Whatever their purpose they are artistic creations that have varied in mediums over the years: clay, wood, porcelain, fabric etc.

Students at CW used papier mache and fabric to make their own dolls in Ms. Rosaline's class! Each doll embodies our student's individuality. Mass produced dolls and toys cannot capture exactly what a child wants in a figurine but the students at CW were able to construct dolls with personalities they can identify with. 

Recent art exhibitions around the world display dolls to give snapshots of cultural climates and aesthetics. Some examples are the 35th Annual Black Doll Show in LA and the Barbie Exhibit in Paris. Doll making is a personal and culturally important pastime that captures who we are or aim to be in any given period. We hope our students' experiences making dolls was fun and empowering!

DIY Weaving Looms!

Creative World Art School

Ms. Rosaline's Fabric and Fiber class learned to make their very own weaving looms! First they cut into the cardboard and strung the yarn to make the base of the loom. Then they weaved different colors through each string.  This is a great way to make some fun miniature textiles!


Dye It Yourself!

Creative World Art School

Fabric & Fiber - Grades 6-8th (September 2015)

Fabric & Fiber - Grades 6-8th (September 2015)

Students learn practical artistic skills in Fabric and Fiber. Mr. Zac teaches them about natural dyes, color reactions, and manipulating textures to create patterns.

In the picture above Lauren displays the wearable art she made!