Programs for Girl Scout & Boy Scout Troops

The Art Truck's programs help scouts earn art badges while working together in our unique mobile studio. You select the project and we provide supplies and instruction at the location of your choice.

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While earning badges participants will:
  • Experiment with new materials
  • Identify shapes and colors
  • Build vocabulary and listening skills
  • Develop divergent thinking and creativity while sharing work with others.
Become a preferred Girl Scout or Boy Scout partner and enjoy unique member benefits!
Visit our client list page or Call an Art-tender now to find out more or to learn about other party experiences that The Art Truck can offer your Girl Scout Troop or Boy Scout Troop!

The Art Truck: Mobilizing Creativity 
Connecticut’s only mobile art studio puts the “art” in party. The Art Truck delivers fun, educational birthday parties and events to your home, school or office. An inspiring menu of unique projects offers creative experiences for all ages, while “art-tenders” make party planning and management a breeze. Gift bags, invitations, snack packs and full party services are available to turn any party into a work of art. 

Hear what Troop Leaders and Moms are saying about The Art Truck:

"14, 3rd grade girls had a marvelous time painting! Great combination of structured activities and "free-flowing creativity." The Art Truck staff were wonderful with the kids and such a pleasure to work with - not that any other adults did any work! Highly recommended."
Paint Bar Party, Girl Scout Troop Leader, April 2013

"The women of the Art Truck are extraordinarily gifted teachers. They captivated an entire group of 14 boys whose ages ranged from 4 1/2 to 5 1/2 years old for a robot-building party and later a cupcake decorating party. Each of the parents took a turn spying on the group on the truck because they were so uncommonly quiet and focused. We parents also appreciated the cool alternative that the Art Truck provided because we could have a party at our home without it turning into a disaster zone. The boys had a blast and robot building captured and held their imagination."
Robot and Cupcake Party Mom, April 2013

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