Archives: June 2015

Make your own bows and arrows! July 9th

LDBA-Brooklyn, NY
LDBA-Brooklyn, NY

at our new! LDBA ART STUDIO in The Williamsburg Public Library, (240 Division Ave. at Marcy Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211)
Lecture Fee: $75 (includes material fee)
Class Size: 12 people
Time: 1-2:30 pm (or until class completion)
Location: SPECIAL! at our new! LDBA ART STUDIO in The Williamsburg Public Library, (240 Division Ave. at Marcy Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211)
About the Class: 
You will learn the basics of how to make decorative arrows and a bow taught by LDBA founder, Sara Moffat. All materials are provided.
Your very own bow and arrows that you made!
To sign-up: 
Purchase now

LDBA Summer Camps and introducing our After School Arts program!

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Photos by Lauren Soares.
Summer is less than a week away and we are so excited here at LDBA! We still have room in our LDBA/NYC Day Camp, beginning July 6th, SEE DETAILS HERE, and there are just a few spots left in our LDBA FARM CAMP, (July 20-25) SEE DETAILS HERE.
Sign your kiddos up for a summer of art, nature, sustainability, and adventure!
We are super happy to announce our After School Arts Program! Details below and registration is HERE.
L’Ecole Des Beaux Arts offers artistic and skill-based classes taught by artists and educators in the neighborhood and from around the world.
Classes and workshops are carefully selected, organized monthly, and kept small for an optimal learning environment.
Our After School Arts Program (ASAP) focuses on fine art and hands on education for children. Using NYC as our inspiration, we explore artists’ work from galleries, museums, and studios, and create projects based on what we learn. We look at famous, unknown, local and global artists who inspire us to be creative and expand our minds. We offer pick ups from PS 84 and Brooklyn Arbor schools.
LOCATION: LDBA classroom in The Williamsburg Public Library, (240 Division Ave. at Marcy Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211)
TIME: 3:30-5:30
Our Fall 2015 schedule and pricing are as follows:

Monday: 1st & 2nd grade
20 weeks
1st & 2nd grade
PS 84 & Brooklyn Arbor pickups: $1400
3:30 drop-off: $1200

Tuesday: Pre-K-1st grade
20 weeks
PS 84 & Brooklyn Arbor pickup: $1400
3:30 drop-off: $1200

Wednesday: Conservatory Program (8-11 years)
20 weeks
3:00 – 6:00 pm
$1475 Drop off only

Thursday: 1st & 2nd grade
20 weeks
PS 84 & Brooklyn Arbor pickups: $1400
3:30 drop-off: $1200

LDBA is hiring interns!


L’Ecole Des Beaux Arts is looking for arts education interns for several positions in our summer camps, classes, and retail store. Interns hired should expect to be involved in all aspects of LDBA tasks and management as well as creation, concept, execution of art and instruction. We are looking for friendly, outgoing, intelligent people with excellent communication skills, style, attention to details, and the ability to work independently on important projects. All applicants should have a strong interest in the visual arts, sustainability, as well as children and adult education.
• Assist in classroom duties, including teaching art techniques to children and adults
• Perform background research and administration duties
• Assist with implementation of new programs, classes, and product
• Develop promotional materials and assist with social media
• Perform online marketing and promotion
• Assist with documentation and analysis of classes

Must have top-notch research, writing, and grammar skills.
Must have a healthy interest in Arts, education, children, environment and all things LDBA.
Prior experience at an artistic institution, website, conscious restaurant, fashion house or publication preferred.
Photoshop, Excel and Acrobat skills a major plus.
Must know the ins and outs of social media.
Must have great writing and grammar skills.
Must have a good eye for beautiful imagery and share our clean and artistic aesthetic.

Excellent computer skills are a must, with experience working on the Web and in social media. Excellent research, written and oral communication skills, excellent organizational skills and attention to details are important. Applicants must be able to work independently with minimal supervision.

The dates for this unpaid internship are June 9 through August 9 (with some flexibility). Strong applicants will be considered for paid employment in the Fall.

Send resume to We look forward to meeting you!


Indigo class this Saturday!

LDBA-Brooklyn, NY

We have 2 spaces left for our June indigo class, this Saturday, June 6 from 2-4pm. For more info and to sign up, click HERE.