Courses may have different admission limits, so it depends on the course. Make sure slots are available before paying for a large group of students.

You will need to provide the complete name of each child you are paying for. This information is used to verify the student’s identity before they can be admitted into the virtual classroom.

No, each child must have their own slot to receive instructions and support from the teacher.

No, everyone that loves art and enjoys learning virtually is free to join our learning platform.

Yes, your child can become a part of this learning experience from anywhere in the world.

These courses are developed for children from 3 to 18 years old. Young children will work with the help and supervision of their parents.

No, there are no additional fees.

Supervision by a responsible adult is strongly recommended.


Eco-Art is an interdisciplinary approach to art and design that focuses on the relationship between human beings and their environment. It is concerned with the preservation and restoration of the natural environment and explores how art can be used to promote ecological awareness and sustainability. It often incorporates natural materials like plants and soil, as well as recyclable materials like paper and plastic.

Yes, you can learn STEM subjects through Eco-Art projects. Eco-Art projects often involve hands-on activities such as designing and building structures, using math to calculate measurements, and using science and engineering principles to create art pieces. These activities allow for the exploration of STEM concepts and the development of problem-solving and critical-thinking skills.

Adding art to STEM can help children and youth to become more engaged and creative in the topics of science, technology, engineering, and math. It encourages kids to think outside the box and explore different possibilities. This can help them to develop problem-solving and critical thinking skills that they can use in other areas of their lives. Art adds a fun and exciting element to STEM and can also help to make the topics more accessible and interesting.

Yes. By taking these courses, you can earn an Orfe EcoArt certification.

Eco-Art certification can help students gain insight into sustainable art practices. They will learn about ecological principles and the consequences of certain choices. Students who obtain a certificate in Eco-Art can make a positive impact on the world by creating art that is both aesthetically pleasing and environmentally responsible.


Students have the potential to shape a sustainable future. By educating themselves about environmental issues and advocating for the implementation of sustainable practices, they can influence their schools, communities, and, ultimately, the world.

After gaining 10 badges, you can claim the Orfe EcoArt Certificate that recognizes your commitment and dedication.

In order to get a badge, you will have to complete a course. In addition, you will have to share in the course comments section at least two ideas or actions you will take to help the environment. After leaving your comments, you can claim a badge.


  1. Before applying, make sure, you have the following required documents:
    Curriculum vitae with two work references.

Highlight your most relevant experience. Provide links where we can see examples of your artistic and creative skills. e.g., website, social media, portfolio, etc.

  1. Two personal references
  1. The legal background of the country where you currently reside.
  1. Two legal documents of the country you reside in as proof of your identity e.g., a valid driver’s license, Passport, etc.
  1. Provide an unlisted YouTube video of no more than 3 minutes giving a demonstration of a class to know your teaching style, and the classroom you intend to use, to verify the adequacy of the: light, sound, camera, organization, etc.

After submitting your application, you will receive an email with a confirmation of your approval and instructions for setting up your courses.

After submitting your application, you will receive an email with a confirmation of your approval and instructions for setting up your courses.

The Orfe’s Environmental Guide is a resource created to help individuals learn ecological practices that they can adopt to help protect and sustain the environment. The topics covered include reducing waste, conserving water, and promoting sustainable consumption.

The Instructor Help Guide is a resource designed to help instructors create their courses on Orfe’s online platform. In addition to providing tips on how to create an instructor profile and content, it also provides examples. There is also a guide on how to upload the course content.