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Jeremy Holien Dec 10
Honored and humbled are two words I’d use to describe being entrusted with the incredible opportunity to lead and create vision as Minneapolis hosts the world’s largest art education conference serving art educators from more than 30 countries in 2020! Thank you !
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Pat Toben 4h
Join our team and We have a fantastic team of and are looking to add another member to our team!
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Pat Toben Dec 10
Are you a Dec grad? Consider applying to be a member of our rockstar team of Elementary team is currently working on curriculum adoption. Progressive work aligned to the standards. Apply online:
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Ms. Thomason ✏️🌈🖍🎨 3h
These winter landscapes are the cutest! 💚🌲
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Keisha Casiano Dec 10
Why teach something four times when I can script out and record myself how to teach a lesson! Saves time and I can do more in my classroom!
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tamara doleman Dec 7
Mad dash final head shots for the Peter Pan play, alumini visits all taking place on a Friday after school studios . Love the mixed ages community the arts invite.
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The Business Journal Dec 10
Smarts now offers a full curriculum of fine and performing arts, with teachers seeing about 1,700 students weekly at its school at 25 E. Boardman St. and in traditional classrooms
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Jeremy Holien Dec 10
I have a great list of potential speakers including some of the most influential artists and thought leaders for our 2020 conference. However, I want to know WHO do YOU want to hear from at our 2020 National Art Education Association conference?
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McKenneyMakesArt Dec 10
‘Tis the season for collaborative art-making! Just finished tying off this woven tapestry that grades 3-5 have been working on as an “I’m done” project.
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Jessamine Arts 16h
These beautiful bowls made by our students at The Providence School are on sale today from 11 am-1 pm today! Buy a bowl, fill it with some soup and support this wonderful annual empty bowls event!
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artintheparkmp 7h
Thank you for the great idea youngschoolartwithmr.g these are hilarious and fun to make!
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JustTeachUK 22h
Mark Tobey born 11th Dec 1890 was an American painter. His densely structured compositions, inspired by Asian calligraphy, resemble Abstract expressionism, although his compositions differ philosophically from most Abstract Expressionist painters.
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Alexandra Smith 5h
Finally have my boards and doorway complete!
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ArtBSBD Dec 3
Thanks Susan and Becky for a great 👍 course today
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JustTeachUK Dec 5
Eliot Porter born 6th Dec 1901 was an American photographer known for his richly colored images of the natural world. His interest in nature was fostered by his family from a young age. He published a number of critically acclaimed photography books.
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Art @ NorthbrookMS Dec 6
Working on our final mini project, prospective word art! ‼️💯
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Maria Anderson Dec 5
Learning to mix our own monochromatic color schemes and identify different values! Plus teaching responsibility for our own paint palettes.
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Lauren Nalepa Dec 10
I love this abstraction/design photo from a high school photo student!
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Amy Tsai (Activist & Advocate) Dec 6
Replying to @NYCSchools
NYC Council Members: Deutsch, Rivera, Grodenchik, Espinal, Rosenthal, Gjonaj, and Perkins and their reps for supporting the arts for students with disabilities
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Dr Andrew Graciáno 🇵🇷 Dec 1
Deadline for Fall 2019 graduate applications is coming soon. , , , and . Check out the students’ videos about our school:
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