CENTRO ABIERTO SANTA ADRIANA
SANTIAGO, CHILE

May 2015 – November 2015

Centro Abierto Santa Adriana (Open Center of Saint Adriana), located in Santiago, Chile, is a community center in a neighborhood afflicted by poverty and economic instability. It started as a center for mothers to have a safe space and receive various training and workshops. Today, the Center is used daily by more than 100 mothers, seniors, and children at social risk between 5 and 17 years old.


Winsor Kinkade, in collaboration with The Kinkade Family Foundation, implemented an art program at Santa Adriana that ran May 2015-November 2015. Winsor worked as an art teacher for ages 6-14 giving instruction through various art mediums on the fundamentals of art and design such as color theory, pattern, balance, contrast, unity, value, and texture. Winsor encouraged the students’ passion for art, along with exploring their individual self-acceptance and creative expression.

Art Program

  • Provides instruction for 2 classes weekly, averaging 20 students per class including ages 6-14
  • Includes instruction through various art mediums on the fundamentals of art and design such as color theory, pattern, balance, contrast, unity, value, texture
  • Expands  and encourages the students’ passion for art, along with exploring their individual self-acceptance and creative expression