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August 18, 2014

Young artists 'don't want to grow up'

Spending the day playing make-believe and tinkering with robots, dollhouses and building blocks is an easy life.

No wonder the young artists from Scribble Art Studio “don’t want to grow up!”

May 27, 2014

Scribble Art Studio brings in author of 'Project Kid' for crafty evening

Ah, summer. The time when kids have not only twice as much energy but much more free time than a parent can easily comprehend.

With school-age children about to start their annual vacations, most families are gearing up for the start of schlepping their progeny to extracurricular activities, plenty of which will take place outdoors and most of which will be in some way related to athleticism.
However, Carrie Christian hopes parents will seriously consider adding a little arts and crafts into their kids’ summertime schedules.

 

July 23, 2013

Children's art studio to open second location

Sometimes the stars align and everything falls into place.

Add two young, talented entrepreneurs willing to put in 70-hour weeks and you have the success that is the Scribble Art Studio.

The business began in 2009 when artist Carrie Christian agreed to take over a class of four students for an artist friend who was moving to New York.

At the time, Christian, 36, who holds a bachelor’s degree in illustration and master’s of fine arts in painting from Savannah College of Art and Design, was busy making a name for herself in the national and international art world. With works in museums from Mobile to New Orleans, as well as numerous private collections, she was also featured in Southern Editions of “New American Paintings.”

March 15, 2012

Savannah Have You Met...Carrie Christian?


How did Scribble Art Studio come to be a reality?

A friend of mine was moving to New York and she asked me to take over a few of her lessons. I had no idea if I’d like teaching but I loved it. From those few lessons it just snowballed.

April 30, 2012

Fashion Show and Art Auction

This past weekend Scribble Art Studio brought out art and fashion for a good cause. They held Springtime in Paris, a French themed event that showcased the children’s artwork and fun fashions. All to benefit Scribble on Wheels, a program that brings art to the children’s wing at Memorial Hospital.

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