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  • Createquity

    August 11, 2017

    external resource from Createquity, Createquity Announces Higher Education Resource Guide

    Createquity releases the Higher Education Resource Guide, a primer for incorporating Createquity resources into the college classroom. In the guide, we’ve compiled a number of our online articles that are relevant to undergraduate and graduate curricula covering the arts, arts administration, arts research, cultural policy, economics, and related topics.

  • SXSW

    August 7, 2017

    Learn by Design Competition @ SXSW EDU 2018

    The Learn by Design competition celebrates the collaboration of designers and educators in the pursuit of design-based solutions to challenges within education. Apply by November 3 to share your innovative design solutions to everyday education challenges at SXSW EDU in Austin, TX.


    August 2, 2017

    external resource from San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Hundreds of FREE Art Resources for Teachers

    The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) website has hundreds of free resources that teachers can use. There are multiple subjects and themes that can be used for all grades K-12. Here are some subjects to choose from: Art History, Architecture/Design, Media/Video Art, Performing Arts, History/Social Studies, Photography, English/Language Arts, and Visual Arts.

    San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
  • August 1, 2017

    external resource from Artsy, How to Live a More Creative Life

    We’re all born with innate creativity. But what artists do, subconsciously or not, is to continue to develop that instinct. Today, creativity is an increasingly sought-after quality well beyond the arts. Not only are employers targeting candidates who can generate and execute original ideas, studies have shown that creativity can boost productivity, as well as physical and mental wellness. Now more than ever, creativity is recognized as an essential skill, which can be honed.

  • careers

    July 31, 2017

    external resource from The Art of Education, 60 Visual Arts Careers to Discuss With Your Students

    more states and school districts are adopting career readiness standards. These standards allow students to identify future pathways and career clusters to fit their interests and skill sets. School districts are relying on elective teachers to instill and transform students’ career readiness, and art plays a huge role!

    The Art of Education
  • July 28, 2017

    Formative Assessment Poster

    Formative Assessment Poster

  • edutopia

    July 5, 2017

    external resource from edutopia, Museum School Aids in District Turnaround While Promoting Student Success

    A recent article from Edutopia shares how a place-based education experiment – part of a school district turnaround strategy – enables students to attend a school doubling as a museum. The Grand Rapids Public Museum School, launched through the 2016 XQ: The Super Schools Project, seeks to enhance learning opportunities, while also increasing museum visitation.

  • google

    June 19, 2017

    external resource from Android Authority, Google Search Just Made Art Education Much More Interactive

    Google Search is an amazingly spectacular thing. Google Arts and Culture is also amazingly spectacular. Wouldn’t it be great if they worked together in a fun and educational way? Now, they do. Announced on Google’s own blog, searching and learning about art has just become a lot more interactive through the tech giant. While you could already search about specific pieces and get a pretty good understanding of them, the Google Search team has teamed up with Google Arts and Culture to make the experience even better.

    Android Authority
  • kandinsky

    June 19, 2017

    external resource from Artsy, How to Be an Artist, According to Wassily Kandinsky

    He first developed many of the theories that shaped his practice in his seminal text, Concerning the Spiritual in Art (1911), where he laid out his tenets for artistic creation as a spiritual act. Later, during his 11-year teaching stint at the Bauhaus, he expanded upon these ideas in Point and Line to Plane (1926). But Kandinsky did not intend for his theories to be prescriptive. Artmaking, he insisted, was about freedom. Nevertheless, there are several lessons that artists should heed if they are to meet Kandinsky’s requirements.