Archive — Month: September 2019


Published: September 30th, 2019

Heard Museum Educator Events

  EDUCATOR OPEN HOUSE Learn about the Heard Museum’s resources for K–12 educators and enjoy a demonstration of basket-making traditions with artist August Wood from the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community. See how traditional techniques are used to weave natural desert materials into intricate baskets, and make a coiled basket that you can create with your students! [Read more…]

Published: September 30th, 2019

AzDEO 35th Annual High School Dance Festival

Register Now for the 35th Annual High School Dance Festival!! DATE: Feb 22, 2020   azdeo.org under events LOCATION: Camelback High School. 4612 N 28th St, Phoenix, AZ 85016 REGISTRATION FEES: Fees are per school! Early (Payment Postmarked by 1/15/2020): $175 for AzDEO/NDEO Members $250 for non-members Regular: (1/16/2020-1/31/2020)  $225 for AzDEO/NDEO members $300 non-members Late Reg: [Read more…]

Published: September 20th, 2019

“Kids Safe Online” Cyber Security Calendar Competition

Public, Private, and home schooled students in Grades K-12 are invited to participate for a chance to have their artwork displayed in the 2020-2021 Cyber Security Calendar. Entries should feature original artwork illustrating the safe use of the Internet and/or mobile devices. Entry forms are to be postmarked or received electronically by ​December 13, 2019. ​Winners [Read more…]

Published: September 20th, 2019

Classroom Management in the Art Room Resources

Hope your school year is off and running smoothly! If you are a newer arts educator and you’ve found you needed to make some adjustments to your procedures, you are not alone. One of the biggest stressors for a lot of art teachers at the beginning of the year is outlining their processes and procedures [Read more…]

Published: September 20th, 2019

Key Connections Event Launch- Phoenix Conservatory of Music

Key Connections An Invitation for All Music Educators and a chance to win a Fender Guitar for your Classroom! Hosted by Phoenix Conservatory of Music Through the support of the CMA Foundation (Country Music Association) and US Bank, The Phoenix Conservatory of Music is hosting a series of networking mixers designed specifically for music educators! [Read more…]

Published: September 19th, 2019

AzDEO Student Opportunities: Dance Education Advocacy Essay Contest & Student Choreography Contest

      AzDEO 2019-20 Dance Education Advocacy Student Essay Contest  Open to grade levels 7th-post secondary. This year’s theme: “How has dance helped you navigate school and your education?” Cash awards given to support the student’s dance program. To apply, go to: azdeo.org under Awards/Scholarships for the application and information on the essay criteria. [Read more…]

Published: September 19th, 2019

Call for Student Voice at the 2020 ESSA Conference

The 2020 ESSA Conference “Educating the Whole Child” at the We Ko Pa Conference and Resort Center February 19-21 is seeking to feature student performers and panelists to highlight examples of well-rounded education in the state. Fill out an application to showcase student voice in one of the following two ways: Student Performance Group: Student [Read more…]

Published: September 12th, 2019

Celebrate National Arts in Education Week with Technology

Today in celebration of National Arts in Education Week, Erin Henderson, Title IV-A Digital Learning Specialist, shares resources & inspiration for integrating technology into the five artistic disciplines: Music, Media Arts, Theater, and Visual Arts. “Artists can share their work better than ever before by incorporating technology into performances and art and utilizing technology to [Read more…]

Published: September 10th, 2019

Call for Student Designers: State Seal of Arts Proficiency

Today, in celebration of National Arts in Education Week, ADE’s Office of Arts Education is opening a call for student designers to design the Arizona State Seal of Arts Proficiency! Feature your artwork on the diplomas of arts students across the state. History: On May 14th, 2019 Governor Doug Ducey signed SB1111 State Seal of [Read more…]

Published: September 9th, 2019

ARIZONA CELEBRATES 2019 ARTS IN EDUCATION WEEK

Happy National Arts in Education Week! September 8-14th 2019 Arts Education has a huge impact on Arizonans! From providing us with vibrate, creative public spaces to enjoy, to providing students with supportive, caring environments to explore their self expression, to laying the foundation for the future of the creative industries sector– it is clear that [Read more…]