Artist / Student Materials Grant
$10.00 - $100.00
DONATION TO THE EDUCATION TEAM
CGB regularly provides gifts of time and materials to students, schools and artists creating original work. Your contribution to this fund helps us support creators and to bring materials with us when we send teachers to schools.
CGB will match funds 100% from our book sales for all donations, large or small.
To contribute a custom amount, send your donation electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know it's for the Education Team, or mail a check to:
Education Team, Contemporary Geometric Beadwork
PO Box 15716, Washington, DC 20003
If you know of a classroom that would love a CGB visit, please email me at email@example.com and we will put them on the map for 2020.
As of January 1, 2020, all contributions are potentially tax-deductible in the US, as CGB is now a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation. As such, our business records pertaining to funds received as donations will be available for audit or inspection under US law.
Kate McKinnon, USA and Skyler Kok, France
In his spare time, Skyler designs geometric patterns for DiMarca in France (Marca and Martin are his parents). Curious kids have such natural abilities to imagine colours, designs and shapes, and they have great instincts and questions,. We plan to visit hundreds of schools in the next five years.
Nico Williams, Montreal, Canada
This is a Warped Hexagon that Nico crafted at a CGB teaching session at MIT in January of 2019. We send a team to MIT every year to demonstrate how to use beadwork to think about math, physics, biology and self-organization. Nico is completing his Masters in fine art in Montreal now, and is a valued member of our team. Nico does fantastic gallery exhibitions and workshops for students, and will be featured in all of our upcoming books.
Sam Norgard, SCAD, Savannah, Georgia
Sam teaches at the Savannah College of Art & Design, and is incorporating CGB techniques into the academic curriculum. Sam is one of the co-authors of our upcoming academic textbook.
Claudia Furthner, teacher, Linz, Austria
Claudia will be leading our Education Team for the academic year 2020/21, and she has already integrated CGB techniques into her primary school classes in Linz. She has an enthusiasm for discovery and has been a driving force of the Machines and Surfaces Team. Claudia is also one of the co-authors of our upcoming academic textbook.