In The Community

As part of its mission to give back, Studio Incamminati artists often use their considerable talent and training outside of the studio walls.

Project HOME

The Project HOME Art Program, in collaboration with Studio Incamminati, provides a series of foundational art workshops to individuals recovering from homelessness. As they learn principles of drawing from Studio Incamminati-trained Teaching Artists, participants also develop practical, social and technical skills.

Face to Face: The Craniofacial Program Portrait Project

Studio Incamminati artists, in partnership with The Craniofacial Program at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, have joined in a groundbreaking program using the intimate process of portrait painting to help young people with craniofacial conditions see themselves in a different light.

Face To Face: The Craniofacial Program Portrait Project is the first of its kind in the United States.

Doane Academy

The innovative partnership between Doane Academy and Studio Incamminati brings professional artists into the classroom so students can learn the techniques of contemporary realist art. They study, color, composition, still life, figure drawing and anatomy in the same way these principles are taught at Studio Incamminati.

The program at Doane – an independent Episcopal school on the banks of the Delaware in Burlington, NJ, serving students age 3 through grade 12 - focuses on students, grades 9 -12. Their advanced studio work also allows them to supplement their college applications with a superior art portfolio.

Urban Promise Academy

Thanks to Studio Incamminati, students at Camden's Urban Promise Academy receive some very special senior portraits – and a first-hand lesson on how art is created.