CLP is an informative & entertaining event,
tailored to kids of all ages.
Introducing the basics of Creativity for kids ages 5 and up, this program includes:
An intimate activity that captivates children’s minds and introduces one of Joseph’s professionally crafted stories. Focusing on timeless themes of Virtue and Personal Growth, each story is designed to spark their inner worlds, long after the story is finished.
Designed for ages 5-9, these are entertaining and interactive presentations, introducing children to tools and props that go into the Creative Arts. Participants must critically decide what goes into the Creative Arts and what might not.
Set to a backdrop of a colorful game board, this question & answer team-building game, focuses on topics found in creative projects. After a brief presentation, the game begins with questions from the presentation to test the retention of the audience. Designed for ages 10 and up, this is one lively, fun game!
These take children into the dream world of their own imagination, assisting them in visualizing their own stories. This presentation also introduces the concepts of real and abstract art, and creating from vision and/or emotion.
Gateway to Creativity
This is where we put everything we’ve learned into action. Time allowing, Joseph assists the children in creating one page of their own story, inspired by their own imagination. This culminates into the children expressing their creative freedom in way they may not have been able to before.
Perfect for schools, organizations, events and parties!
Thank you soooo much for the Author Visit! You are inspiring students to write and illustrate stories!!!Thought you would like to see how YOU inspired a Kindergartner who can barely read!
Paulette Hines, Teacher, Spokane International Academy
“Mr. Drumheller’s compassion for others and joy for life comes through in his presentations. During a time when schools are looking for ways to inspire kindness, Joseph’s books are a welcome addition to school collections. ”
Evergreen Elementary School
I can tell you are really passionate about your work, and the students could feel that as well. You really hooked them at the beginning when you shared the true version of events.
Jennifer Davenport, Art Instructor
St. George’s Primary School, Spokane, WA
That was fun!…The kids really enjoyed it. You had good transitions. The boy you talked to went home and made an “abstract” book. His mom said he was really excited about what he did. It’s always cool when kids talk about what they did at school.