Welcome to the world of ArtfulKids. Where kids learn to do things like cook from scratch and make things from nature and beyond.

ages 4 -13


Classes and workshops for kids in nature and in the Hampden Hanok, with an emphasis on teaching grace and courtesy.


Our Mission


Ignite young minds to explore our world and find ways to enrich life everywhere.

Meet Ms. Kim


Kim Jensen


Teacher of Design, Art, Yoga, Life Skills, Cooking


Ms. Kim shares her passions with her students, both young and old by providing workshops rooted in the creative process she loves so much. She is a certified yoga instructor with a big design habit, who really only wants to be in a country band. That's kim in a nut shell, and her heart is half Greek and half Korean she says. Kim has lived and worked in South Kore extensively since 2003, and South East Asia, and Greece for a spell. The cultural landscapes she encountered over these years informs her work. California-born and raised, Kim grew up first on a farm and then moved to Southern California to where the missions were. Her favorite field trip as a child was to the Mission in Malibu where she made adobe bricks in the sun. Kim is California through and through with a splash of her favorite places around the world. During the day, Kim is designing or producing for Broth and Stone, her home kitchen workshop and event space in the Hampden neighborhood of Baltimore. 


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Kelly Brown

Guest Teacher Montessori Elementary level
Certified Forest Bathing Guide


Taught in a bilingual and racially diverse school setting while growing up in suburban Ohio, Kelly gained an international worldview and appreciation that led to grad school and a career teaching Elementary ages in DC-area Montessori schools. A love of naturalism and guided walks at the USBG and Rock Creek Park inspired training and forest therapy certification just this past summer in Sonoma, CA (Google: shin rin yoku). Over the years, leading after-school tutoring, birdwatching clubs, percussion classes, and French lessons have helped round out students’ daily lives, while supporting families, and growing as an educator.


What parents say

“My kids had so much fun working on the Pojagi project with Ms. Kim. It doesn't matter where your kid stands on the fine motor skills, she has "the touch" when teaching kids to sew. The work shows their individual uniqueness. The fabrics used were authentic and the result, priceless.”

Youngsun Kwon, mother


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