The Color Express Mobile Painting Parties

Non-Profit Painting Programs for Schools, Camps, & Field Trips

91% of Americans believe arts are part of a well-rounded K-12 education.

Studies show that students who engage in art carry higher GPAs, standardized test scores, college-going rates, and lower drop-out rates. Source: Americans for the Arts


And not only that, kids report in their post-painting-party surveys that the experience made them feel calm and happy.


After School Art Programs

We fill the gap where art is missing in your school. We'll come to your school!



1 hour of fun and easy-to-follow art instruction each week covering: 

  • Color mixing
  • Proper brush techniques 
  • Practicing patience and attention to detail
  • Exploring different mediums — acrylic, colored pencils, oil pastels, cartooning, clay, cartooning, mosaics, or watercolor 


We’ll look after protection for your tables, desks, and floors and all the set-up and clean-up.


Get in touch for custom pricing for your school and our advice if you’re looking to use this as a fundraising opportunity.




“We greatly value our ongoing partnership with Color Express and its positive impact on Academy at the Farm.”


“We look forward to the opportunity to continue our successful partnership with Color Express.”


“Thank you again so much for Joining us at the Children’s Cancer Center last week. The families had such a blast, and the aprons came out so cute! I can’t wait to see pictures of them cooking on Thanksgiving.” Carli Fischer, Programs & Family Services Coordinator Children’s Cancer Center


On-Site Field Trips or PTA Paint Nights for Non-Profit Organizations



40-person minimum, up to 150 maximum
11 x 14 pre-sketched gallery-wrapped canvas for every artist

1 hour of art instruction


$14 per painter




Questions? Get in touch.


“My 6-year-old son started the painting class at his school on Tuesday and absolutely loved it. It’s great that you come right to his school, and it keeps him busy instead of always being in aftercare. He was also very excited about earning Pokemon cards for good behavior.” Lisa 


“The campers always have a good time!” Toni