Archive — Month: December 2018


Published: December 13th, 2018

OdySea Aquarium Conservation Art Challenge

OdySea Aquarium invites you to enter the Conservation Art Challenge. Be an advocate for conservation through the arts! Submissions are due Monday, January 7th 2019 by midnight (Arizona time) See flyer below: OdySea Aquarium Conservation Art Challenge Flyer For more information & to submit your artwork visit: http://www.odyseaaquarium.com/art-challenge    

Published: December 12th, 2018

Fostering Global Competence in the Classroom: Borderlands Cultures

Arizona State Museum and the Smithsonian Center for Learning and Digital Access are offering a FREE educator workshop on January 25 & 26th 2019. The workshop connects teachers with Mexican and Yaqui primary source materials, tradition bearers, stories, and songs. Participants gain access to Smithsonian and ASM digital resources and classroom tools, and create their [Read more…]

Published: December 11th, 2018

“We Are Arizona” Artwork Entries Due Friday

There are three days remaining for 4th grade classrooms or grade bands to submit an entry for the “We Are Arizona!” collaborative visual arts competition. The winning 4th grade class (or grade level) will receive an awesome arts-based award including but not limited to: field trips, arts engagement opportunities provided by professional teaching artists, and [Read more…]

Published: December 10th, 2018

Lead Guitar Lovell Fellowship for Teaching Artists

Lead Guitar and the David and Lura Lovell Foundation announce a new Fellowship to support teaching artists in creating, refining, and implementing an original in-school arts learning project. Fellowship benefits include a $5000 stipend, 18 months of mentorship from leaders in the arts education field, paid travel and accommodations to the University of Arizona to [Read more…]

Published: December 7th, 2018

Arizona featured in National Report: Engaging the Arts in the Broader Education Policy Landscape

Our partners and colleagues from Arts Education Partnership recently published a report “Engaging the Arts in the Broader Education Policy Landscape” which explores education policy areas where Arts Education can can expand policy solutions! Arizona was highlighted as an example for the emphasis we place on Equity in terms of access to high quality Arts Education [Read more…]

Published: December 6th, 2018

ADE Arts Education Director featured by YabYum Music + Arts

Arts Education and Title IV-A Director Dustin Loehr was recently interviewed by YabYum Music + Arts. Loehr shares about the importance of measuring and valuing Arizona Arts Education and his focus and efforts as a leader within the Arts Education field. “For so long, the argument for arts programs has been art for art’s sake–and [Read more…]

Published: December 3rd, 2018

2 Weeks Until Deadline “We Are Arizona!”

  There are two weeks remaining for 4th grade classrooms or grade bands to submit an entry for the “We Are Arizona!” collaborative visual arts competition. The winning 4th grade class (or grade level) will receive an awesome arts-based award including but not limited to: field trips, arts engagement opportunities provided by professional teaching artists, [Read more…]