ABOUT OUR WORKBOOK
CFTK has released a series of workbooks that we include in our art kits to enhance the art experience. Workbooks are customized based on age and event.
With the help of both local and international artists to design these workbooks, Cant Forget the Kids has created a fun and unique way for both current and future artist to express themselves and contribute to CFTK! If you want to create an activity for our workbooks, email us cantforgetthekids@gmail for more details.
MEET THE ARTISTS THAT CONTRIBUTED THEIR ART TO THE WORKBOOKS
Olivia Lindberg is a director, dramaturg, avid doodler, and all around creative storyteller from the Twin Cities area. Armed with her love for people, passion for creative connection, and a new BFA in Directing from Nebraska Wesleyan University, she continues on her quest to make sure all know that their story matters, they are fearfully and wonderfully made, and they have the power to use their story to make a positive change in their community and beyond.
When she is not playing with her niece Eden, trying out the nearest bike trail, or singing in the shower, she is looking for ways to serve the community. Olivia is so thankful for groups like Can’t Forget The Kids and all that they do for the kiddos in the MSP community and the artists that live there.
Taylor Robers is a painter working in oil. Through her paintings, she explores ways to ignite people’s curiosity in ecology and the environment. She is from St. Michael, MN and received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities.
Her work has been exhibited locally in the Twin-Cities at Memorial Union Theater Gallery, Gamut Gallery, and Becketwood Gallery. She has been awarded a Central Minnesota Arts Board Student Scholarship and a Department of Art Scholarship from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities.
Abigale Skaudis is passionate about sustainability in every form including environmentally, socially and economically.
Abigale recently graduated from the University of Calgary with a B.Sc. Geography, Minor in Business and Certificate of Sustainability Studies in hopes of intersecting those disciplines into a lifetime devoted to sustainable progress. She finds joy in expressing creativity through art and music.
Brigid is a multi-disciplinary artist and arts administrator with experience in studio, digital, and community-based practices. She has worked as an arts educator and considers arts access to be essential to the human experience.
Her practice prioritizes work that centers community and makes places healthy, happy and human-centered. She is passionate about the use of visual art and design thinking to connect people to the built environment and ignite public spaces with creativity.