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SAY HELLO to the newest Art in Action schools from around the country: Bryson Elementary, Bryson, TX; Los Robles Dual Immersion Magnet Academy, East Palo Alto, CA; Our Lady of the Lake, Seattle, WA; Scott Lane Elementary, Santa Clara, CA; Shaler North Hills Library, Glenshaw, PA; St. Paul Island School, St. Paul Island, AK; Sutter Elementary, […]
At the start of each school year we train, in-person and through webinars, nearly 1,000 parents, teachers and community volunteers. Yesterday I spoke to 40 third grade parents and teachers and realized that among the key concepts we teach them are three “Ps” that speak to why Arts in Education is so important: Placement, Portrait […]
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Art in Action schools come in all shapes and sizes. We help form close partnerships with the parent and educator communities to ensure that a Culture of Art is established at each school.
- Fred Nolan, BASIS Schools -
“The game is changing. It isn’t just about math and science anymore. It’s about creativity, imagination, and, above all, innovation.” – Business Week
One of the best ways to teach our children these essential 21st century skills and others, like collaboration, communication and critical thinking, is through the visual arts. Art in Action is dedicated to providing a robust visual arts education to all students and we hope you will help us.