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Started by Katherine Harrison. Last reply by bj abrams Feb 11.
HAPPY NEW YEAR MEMBERS! What is protocol for emerging artists starting a limited edition print? What is consensus on making lithographs from digital prints? What is an alternative to finding studio…Continue
Started by PeRO CoLLecTioNS Jul 31, 2013.
hi I am new to this site....is this a helpful site?and are there any Art Education conference, I am a first year teacher.I am also interested in participating in Art eventsContinue
Hi, I'm currently enrolled in a pre-certification art education program, although, I've taught art for years. I'm excited to be part of a forum that I can glean ideas for art curriculum that doesn't just center around "western" art. In one class I presented a lesson on Kehinde Wiley and the other students were saying, "who is that" and "I've never heard of him before," even though one of his paintings is in our art museum (Detroit Institute of Arts). Go figure.
Hello everyone, I'm glad to be a new member of the Art Educators. I am a high school visuals arts teacher and art history teacher at the Savannah Arts Academy in Savannah Georgia. I've been teaching art for twenty years and I hope for this site to be a place of sharing ideas.
Peace and Blessings to everyone on this site.
I love art education and seek to learn from and share with other art educators. Do you blog about your work as an art educator? If so, can you share the website url. I have an art education website/blog. www.artforthecreativesoul.com
I appreciate the idea of artist coming together as educators in order to preserve our history and culture. My focus is providing art experiences for Seniors who have been diagnosed with Alzheimer's. I have amassed a large collection of art as well as books, as my way of sharing and preserving our history and culture. It is so rewarding to help the participants make a connection through art and music.
I'm anewcomer to this group and I'm truly looking forward to helping advance the knowledge and skill level of young and old .
With interdisciplinary curriculum being the lesson plan Du Jour. Fine Art has finally entered the conversation about S.T.E.M. The powers that be finally re-acknowledged the importance of Middle Schools and High Schools having an Art Department. It is now S.T.E.A.M. - according to the President's Committee on the Arts and Humanities, headed up by Michelle Obama, it's the creative schools that will make the biggest impact on our youth going forward.
Check out my Internet Yard Sale. Cleaning out my studio space for the new year! Many books and art supplies posted as my time permits! https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.286688651433689.44395.100...
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