Artist Instructor, Partnerships
Children's Museum of the Arts
Larkin Grimm is a visual artist, composer, and animator who studied with Kehinde Wiley, Frank Gehry, and documentarian D.A. Pennebaker at Yale University. Larkin has been teaching art, filmmaking, animation, and music production at Children's Museum of the Arts for seven years. Larkin has a child on the Autism spectrum and particularly enjoys teaching other special needs children and their families that they are capable of more than they ever imagined as artists and citizens of the world. As a musician, Larkin has released six solo albums, toured internationally, and collaborated with renowned musicians such as Stromae, Patti Smith, Tony Visconti, Dirty Projectors, and Naama Tsabar.