Kaleidoscope offers classes, camps, play therapy, and runs the Creative Minds programme, which provides curriculum enrichment to public preschool and primary schools. Located in the historic “Old Elliot” in Devonshire on the corner of Jubilee and Parsons road, Kaleidoscope continues the tradition of offering a solid education for children of all ages but with an unexpected twist. Our signature inquiry-based model of learning combines messy play, outdoor exploration, and fine art techniques and gives children the freedom to question and create. At Kaleidoscope, children enhance their problem-solving skills, critical thinking, fine and gross motor development, nurture their imagination, and learn practical life lessons necessary to become whole, self-sustaining human beings.


Fiona Rodriguez Roberts

Ms. Fiona, BFA fiber artist, is the fearless leader of Kaleidoscope. An advocate for home school and accessible high quality education for all. An undercover yodeler and catalyst for change, she lives her life by this motto “if you can’t be silly what’s the point of being alive!”

Jennifer Lang

World traveler, Ms. Jen, brings sparkle and shine to the Kaleidoscope. With an MSc in Early Childhood, founder of Wee Thrive- Making Space for Childhood. She is passionate about the power of play and creativity!

Kelly Smith

Ms. Kelly, BA Arts and Human Services, she is our mixed media artist. She loves to combine natural objects to make masterpieces helping the youngest of children to open up their imagination and make magic from the mundane.

Corrina Rego

Ms. Corrina, BFA, is a professional graphic designer. She is also a master in mosaics, acrylic painter, production set designer and builder. Basically, there’s nothing she can not do. Her talents have led her to engage in humanitarian work in Nicaragua. Corrina is loved mom to her kids and the Kaleidoscope family.


Ms. Shanna, BFA, is a professional graphic designer and multidisciplinary artist. She brings a pop and youthful exuberance to every environment. Her fashion design work has gained international recognition in Footwear News Magazine. She spends her free time mentoring young girls and teens.

Jahbarri Wilson

Spending time in LA learning from the best and painting a truck commissioned by Adidas are just some of his claims to fame. A turning point for his art came years ago when he stumbled across Kaleidoscope to ask what this place was all about. Fast forward to now he is one of our most loved members of staff.

Cheryl Hastings

Ms. Cheryl, MA, PGCE, BA, is an accredited play therapist. Secondary Art and Design Teacher, and Plein Air Artist. She has a real passion for play and empowering children. You can find her drumming along as part of the all women’s drumming group, Coral Beats, or painting outside on Sundays.

Njeri Asha

Ms. Njeri, BA in Early Childhood/Elementary Education, Arts, and Science is a sports-chic, rock climbing, yogi, not frightened of new adventures! At work, she teaches hands-on art that fosters creativity, sensory play, and independence.

Olga Kriendler

A mother of two enjoying getting back into the rhythms of work and loving what the Kaleidoscope Arts Foundation offers to Empower Children through Art. Working in the KAF office as Office Administrator, and here to assist with any questions or concerns. Always ready to help! Enjoys family time, and walking her dog.

Tyasha Ming

Ms. Tyasha, is a fully qualified Lawyer, Early Years Educator, Mental Health Professional and Mentor. A mother of 4, she is truly a multi-hyphenate with a passion for teaching all ages. Tyasha makes a positive impact wherever she goes. She believes in approaching life holistically, honoring everyone she meets as their own individual Artist.

Laurel Monkman


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We have seen that children, given the freedom to question and create, through messy play and outdoor exploration have gone on to be deeper thinkers and more enriched human beings. But don't take our word for it – listen to the ones who have experienced Kaleidoscope for themselves. Please join us on this journey just a dollar a day can help us to build our bursary funds, fix our infrastructure, and support our Creative Minds programme in public schools. A dollar a day can empower more children.

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