Peeps of the World Unite! Decorative Peephole Plugs for the Classroom
January 07, 2019

Peeps of the World Unite! Decorative Peephole Plugs for the Classroom

Many of you have attended state art-education conferences through the years. They are great places to meet with fellow art teachers and see firsthand new and different art projects that you can use/adapt in your classroom. I’ve presented many hands-on clay projects and kiln lectures at these conferences in an attempt to assuage any fears […]

FEB: Water Jar
January 07, 2019

FEB: Water Jar

DETAIL: Water Jar, c. 1880. Acoma Pueblo, New Mexico. Ceramic; 10″ x 12.25″.  The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Public domain. ONLINE EXTRAS click here for resources related to this art print      Want To Have This Month’s Full-Size Art Print and Lesson Plan For Your Classroom? Order Your Copy of A&A February 2019 Issue For Only $6 […]

3D Intro Art / Article 6 of 10
January 07, 2019

3D Intro Art / Article 6 of 10

Article 6 of 10 CLAY VESSELS by Debi West I just love clay! And better yet, our kids LOVE clay! I don’t think it matters what the age, every student enjoys creating with clay. And then, they don’t. They assume they are going to create something amazing, but the reality is, if you just set them […]

Help Endangered Species with Art
December 06, 2018

Help Endangered Species with Art

For many young people, art is an ideal way to express their feelings and knowledge about the world around them—including the environment. That was a key reason the Endangered Species Coalition introduced the Saving Endangered Species Youth Art Contest, an integral part of the 14th annual Endangered Species Day, which will be celebrated on and […]