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Virtually Attend Imagination Studio Art Lesson, Register Now

Register now for a fun custom art activity lesson by registering for Imagination Studio! Choose a theme or a medium (acrylic paint, watercolor, chalk pastel, impasto or air dry clay) and we will create a fun and educational art activity.

These one-on-one or small group virtual lessons are open to all ages and run between 45 - 50 minutes, and will include art materials, live instruction via Google Meet, and fun and education art activities for registered participants. 

Imagination Studio requires a paid pre-registration fee of $5 and date/time will be made by appointment. Art materials will be provided for the virtual event. Art material pickup information and virtual event login details will be distributed to registered participants prior to Friday’s event.  

      Upcoming events

  • Friday September 4 @ 5:15pm-6:30pm: Kid’s Art Paint Night- Special Science & Art Edition
  • Thursday September 10 @ 4pm-4:45pm: Make & Create- Easy and Fun Paper Quilling 
  • Friday September 18 @ 6:15pm-7:30pm: Family Paint Night- Friendly Owls
  • Friday  September 25 @ 6:15pm-7:30pm: Kid’s Art Paint Night- Creative Camp Out!

Please click here for more information or to register for these upcoming events.

 Art Immersive Experiences 

  1. Fun Arts Challenges
  2. Kid's Art Corner
  3. Art Activities and Lessons
  4. Artist Exhibit Interviews
  5. Previous Fontana Art Program Highlights

Community members are invited to participate in fun art challenges for the opportunity to win prizes (while supplies last) and showcase their inspirational creativity.

You can participate by completing the art challenge, taking a photograph of the artwork with yourself, and emailing your submission to  Please list your name and age with each submittal. Submittals need to be sent by September 30 .

 Art Challenge #1 Show us your best Sidewalk Chalk Art!                              Enjoy outside as you get creative and draw your best pictures, designs or even just doodles!

 Art Challenge #2: Create Art using recycled materials!                                    Look for recyclable items around your house (ex. plastic bottles or cans, cardboard boxed, pie tins, egg cartons) and turn them into a fun creation (ideas: make a amusement park, carnival ride or a robot).

 Art Challenge #3: Draw your favorite animal!                                                    Using pen, pencils, colored pencils or markers draw your favorite animal in an outdoor scene.

 Art Challenge #4: Take a photo of something green!                                         Take a look around your house or maybe step outside and look around your block for something that is eye-catching and green (Ideas: Trees, a toy, a colorful book). 

 Art Challenge #5: Recreate a famous artwork using household items!           Pick a favorite artwork, then use a few items from your home to recreate the scene. Get creative and have fun! Creative ideas: use a pet, strike a pose, make a face, use food. 

The City of Fontana may elect to distribute content and images submitted on social media platforms, websites, or other print materials.

Artists in Action (pre-recorded videos) 

  1. Singing, Painting
  2. Cooking, Piano
  3. Acting, Painting
  4. Graphic Design, Bookbinding
  5. Meditation, Acapella  

Artists in Action videos featuring:

Music & Singing with Stargazer Productions (Fontana Center Stage Theater) 

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Painting with Artist Jerry Owens - Learn the behind the scenes process and tips of creating a painting.

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Featured Artist Spotlight 

  1. Abstract & Pour Painting 
  2. Oil & Mixed Media
  3. Watercolor
  4. Ink & Oil
  5. Watercolor & Gauche 

 Artist biographies and art featuring

Artist Kamelyta Noor  

No Steak Left In Town- Kamelyta Noor Still Here- Kamelyta Noor Patty Melt And Grilled Onions are Crazy Good- Kamelyta Noor

Artwork (listed left to right) : There is No Steak Left in Town (Acrylic) , I Am Still Here (Acrylic), Patty Melt with Grilled Onion Looks Crazy Good (Acrylic)

An abstract fingerpainter, Kamelyta was born in Malaysia, but currently is living in the Inland Empire. Only recently did she discover her talent for finger painting while experimenting with leftover acrylic paint. Her art is whimsical, bold, unique, classy, quirky and definitely colorful.

"I am not a deep person, a poet or a philosopher. I just love playing with colors intuitively. Combining and contrasting them. My emotions, feelings and fervor dictate to my finger. I don’t think or ponder or meditate. I let go and the colors tell the stories of my heart. My hunger, my sadness, my anger; my desire, my love, my happiness; my pride, my regrets and my longing are all in my art. Every piece is a story told through colors. I become alive. I am happy!" •

Artist Meg Cushing

Portal into a Better Future (Meg Cushing) Acceptance (Meg Cushing)        

Artwork (listed left to right) : Portal into a Better Future (Acrylic/Mixed Media), Acceptance  (Acrylic/ Mixed Media)

Meg Cushing aka Maezy Stardust is a Mom, Teacher, Artist, Bard, Mystic, and Intuitive Coach. She is trained in multiple instruments, various forms of 2D/3D art, and teaches workshops for team building, special events and alternative therapy. Her goal is to inspire other to tap into their inner intuitive creative spirit to discover more joy and fulfillment in their lives. To see her latest work and see descriptions of her paintings check out

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For more information about facilities, programs, events, exhibits, or classes, contact us at (909) 349-6979 or email Fontana Arts.