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JackieGerstein Ed.D. Oct 17
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Tempest NeuCollins Oct 20
"I really believe that this is the best art curriculum I have seen yet. [...]There is background knowledge, cross-curricular notes, and engaging projects that students WANT to do. I am incredibly impressed" -Feedback from Issue 1
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Joe Mills Oct 19
I was still able to pixel art with my 2nd graders. Here are some of their self-portraits.
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Caronport Elementary School Oct 17
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Sarah Papoff 14h
Throwback two weeks to these stunning self portraits from Grade 1 Virtual School. We are learning about ourselves and building relationships.
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Mr. DeWilde 14h
What animation projects have you taught in the art room? Learn how these animators can inspire engaging activities in your classes! Check out my recent article for Magazine, “5 Artist Animators Your Students Will Love.”
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Rebecca Ganz Oct 17
A few 8th graders finished their pre-pandemic Clay Food projects from last year and are so excited to display them! More to come throughout the year...
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Dominart 22h
The Art Critic : The Artist and Social Media- online course for art...
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Doodles Academy Oct 19
In Issue 2, students look at different ways American artists explore community, culture & identity, then they explore their own sense of place, heritage & identity. Subscribe now:
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NKY Institute for Arts Education Oct 19
Today’s theme is . Support to grow our next generation of creative thinkers.
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GCS Arts Education 23h
GCS Arts ⁦⁦⁩ conducting our drive-up & walk-up pick-ups of the MIDI keyboards & microphones for our Digital ⁦⁩ Studio Entertainment Arts classes today!
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Young Audiences MD Oct 18
"Differentiated by nature, the arts can bring all children success and joy and change their perspective on what the school community can offer them."
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Don Glass 22h
New Report from and : Early Lessons from Schools and Out-of-School Time Programs Implementing Social and Emotional Learning
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Find Your Light Foundation Oct 19
Arts education helps to teach balance and discipline, which can have far-reaching benefits for young people from all backgrounds.
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artsology Oct 16
Idea for - have your students find and isolate "abstact art" in the real world - see instructions at the bottom of this page:
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Doodles Academy Oct 19
It's here! Issue 2 of Doodling Outside the Lines, entitled America Is Hard To See, is available now. Subscribe now at:
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Mr. Love @ HHS 21h
A snapshot into what the other side of the world looks like right now: Fully Performing! And dedicating it to us over here as we keep working towards this! Wear those masks and socially distance people!
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DeKalb School of the Arts 21h
✔️ Out Bedtime for Ballerinas! DSA Dancers bring to life their favorite books about ballet; “T-Rex at Swan Lake” written by Lisa Carrier & Lenore Hart; illustrated by Chris L. Demarest. Video premiers 7:00 tonight!
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Ingenuity Oct 19
We've added more Creative Schools Fund info session dates! Come learn how you can earn up to $10,000 toward innovative, restorative partnerships in CPS! Teachers & arts partners are encouraged to attend! Find the right session date for you:
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Hip Hop Fundamentals Oct 18
Mr. Metal keeping students active in the virtual space through 💯 We guarantee our Zoom Rooms are the MOST HYPE online learning environment for students of all ages 🤸🏽‍♂️ Get in touch with us to learn more about all of our virtual programming—link in bio
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