Happy Birthday Sawa! We’re so excited that Sawa celebrated her birthday with us! Sawa has been a student with us for 3 years and is also an awesome TA!
Congratulations to Audrey G. (Age 14, Red Cloud) for receiving four awards in the National Scholastic Art & Writing Awards! She received two Silver Keys for Heartbeat and Face Paint, and two Gold Keys for her Skaterkid and Subway Boy. This is an important nationwide annual competition that attracts tens of thousands of entrants! Incredible job Audrey, we are so proud of you!
Congratulations to Katie L. (Age 14, Red Cloud) for receiving the Gold Key in the National Scholastic Art & Writing Awards for her Owls. This is an important nationwide annual competition that attracts tens of thousands of entrants! Wonderful job Katie, we are so proud of you!
Congratulations to Karen C. (Age 19, Orange Cloud 2) for receiving Honorable Mention in the National Scholastic Art & Writing Awards for her Seeling the Lies. This is an important nationwide annual competition that attracts tens of thousands of entrants! Fantastic job Karen, we are so proud of you!
Congratulations to William K. (Green Cloud, Age 10) for getting his essay and artwork published in the World Journal! Great job William!
Patrick Z (Age 14, Red Cloud) won the 2018 PTA Reflections for Cupertino High School!
Patrick recently received his Presidential Volunteer Service Award for his work teaching project based learning to students and teachers in Myanmar.
Great Job Patrick!
Audrey C. (Age 16, Red Cloud) was selected as the city’s Emerging Artist of 2018! This award encompasses rising artists from high school through adults age 35. Audrey wins the $750 prize and will have her artwork displayed in the library and city hall over the next 6 months.
Cupertino’s Fine Arts Commission let us know that Audrey was clearly the winner not only because of her awesome artwork, but also because of how she uses her skills to help others.
Audrey was one of the very first students who traveled to Myanmar in 2017 with the Hongyun Art Foundation to train teachers about project-based learning.
Audrey is the Director of Outreach of the Hongyun Art Foundation and leads the Sunnyview Senior Center Art Project which takes Hongyun Art TAs and has them teach art and crafts to the residents of Sunnyview.
Congratulations to our Presidential Service Award winners for 2018! The Hongyun Art Foundation is certifying organization for the award - woohoo! We’ve been working on obtaining this very important recognition by the United States government for almost two years and have finally received this honor!
We had so much fun learning the finer points of sketching! Join us next time!
Our super fun 2 week summer camp covers several different types of paintings in a fun and creative atmosphere!
Let's get ready for the Fall with our super fun Rainy Day Crafting Camp!
We explored different types of mechanisms that machines can use to create movement in our super fun summer camp!
We learned about flowers and plants life in our fun crafting summer camp!
We made our very own model treehouses in this super fun summer camp!
We had so much fun learning about the undersea world in our super fun crafting camp!
Congratulations to Niketa K. (Age 12, Yellow Cloud) for here 2nd place win in the Smack Dab in the Middle of Maybe Bookmark competition!
Great job Nikki!
"Art is not just about pretty pictures!"
- Hongyun, Founder of Hongyun Art
It means, we're not just a regular art school. Our goal is to create creative, outgoing individuals that are able to work well with others, come up with and share great ideas, and most importantly be fearless in executing their ideas. We believe in "doing" more than we believing in talking. We believe in rolling up our sleeves, working hard, and working together to create wonderful creative projects that just aren't possible working alone at a canvas. Everything we do embodies these principles.
We offer traditional forms of art like drawing and painting and strive to provide an environment where students work as teams on projects and can learn to work out creative differences, lead teams on experimental projects, and ultimately learn to express their creativity fearlessly. These skills are fundamental to success in almost every endeavor a student may take on and our curriculum and projects are designed to challenge students to always push for improvement in these and other areas.
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Student Created Books! 学生创作的书籍
Most of Hongyun Art Clubs and Camps are team-based projects where students work together to create their own books!
See the books our students have published: