ADE Arts Education is seeking student artwork for display at the ADE Jefferson Building.
Teachers, Student Groups, and Community Art Organizations are encouraged to participate in curating an exhibition for display at the Arizona Department of Education's Catherine "Rusty" Foley and Zarco Guerrero Student Gallery. If interested in participating please read the complete information packet.
The Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art (SMoCA) is offering the Alt+Shift Program FREE to schools. This is a virtual school program best for grades 5–12.
Flexible scheduling is available on select Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays. Learn more here.
Use your imagination and creative spark to shift your perspective while exploring contemporary art. Rewind to the past or fast–forward to the future. Peer through a magnifying glass or gaze through a telescope. Examine an object, landscape, or system. Look through another person’s eyes. By imagining difference and considering alternative perspectives, students will put into play skills of critical thinking, adaptability, and empathy-building as they dynamically connect with and respond to contemporary art. Take an imaginative leap and join our learning and engagement specialists on this interactive 40-minute virtual field trip to SMoCA.
Please contact Charlotte Quinney, campus engagement coordinator, at [email protected] or call 480-874-4643 for further information or to make a booking.
Arizona Opera’s Education Teaching Artists are ready to virtually join your class to provide a masterclass on the topic of your choice!
Masterclass topics include vocal technique, acting, opera history, career development/marketing/networking, performance anxiety, mental/physical health relating to performers, and individual or group coaching for classical singers, musical theatre, and mariachi! Available for ALL cities in Arizona- Bilingual masterclasses available!
For details and to schedule your Free, Virtual, PD Workshop please contact The UBU Project at: [email protected]
Sherrie Zeitiln is the founder of The Art Resource Center, a nonprofit 501(c)3. Their objective is to collect reusable discards from individuals and industries and offer them free of charge to schools and other nonprofit entities for the purpose of making art. They serve the community by being open to artists and individuals to come and purchase materials to help dreams become art!
The Art Resource Center is at 910 S Hohokam Dr #5125, Tempe, AZ 85281.
There are many exciting things happening in the arts during the month of December and we wish all of our arts teachers much luck on upcoming performances and presentations! First, we would like to congratulate the art students of Ms. Lorenia Gutierrez-Casaus in Yuma Union High School District for representing Arizona at the America Celebrates Ornament Display! These ornaments are on display at the President's Park in Washington, DC. We are thankful to them for sharing their talent with the nation! We hope that you have a restful winter break and take some time to make some beautiful art, music, drama or dance solely for yourself. Arts participation is self-care!