INFO I FAQ'S I COMMENTS I JOBS I ABOUT US I OUR MISSION I CONTACT


ELIZABETH PARAVICINI
Owner/Director

For the past 22 years Elizabeth has worked with children of all ages, through enrichment & volunteer programs, as a director, tutoring, teaching math, science and art! She strives in creating positive, loving and creative environment for kids, because she has a great passion for Education and the Arts! She enjoys providing children with leadership opportunities where they can succeed as leaders and grow as individuals. Elizabeth loves to give back and volunteers with many non-profit organizations throughout different comunities in Los Angeles, that focus on working and inspiring youth. This will be her 18th summer at the Art Camp and 6th year as Owner. She can't wait for another unforgettable summer!




Matthew Rivera
Office Director

Matt is currently working on finishing up
his credits to transfer from Los Angeles
Valley College to Cal State University
Northridge with a Liberal Studies major. His
goal is to receive his BA and credentials to
be an elementary school teacher. Matt
has a strong passion for teaching and has
worked at an after school program called
Enrichement Educational Experience (E-3)
for four years. He has taught classes such
as geometry, film science, game board
designing, art, volleyball and basketball.
During the year you can find Matt as a teacher/yard aid at Carpenter Community Charter Elemenentary where he assists children with disabilites, handles teachers' office duties, and provides supervision for recess/lunch. This is Matt's 6th year as Office Director with the Art Camp and he can't wait to see everyone again!





DAVID WOHLSTADTER
Founder; "The Big Cheese"

David earned his Bachelor of Arts degree
from UCLA in 1975. His vision of starting a
series of comprehensive summer art
programs for young children began 19
years ago when he saw a need for an

alternative to traditional summer day
camp programs. He brings his creativity,
enthusiasm and love of children to each
program he created.






“When my daughter was about seven years old, she asked me one day
what I did at work. I told her I worked at the college - that my job was to
teach people how to draw. She stared at me, incredulous, and said,
'You mean they forget?'”
- Howard Ikemoto

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