Custom Keepsakes – A Great Way to Commemorate Artist in Residence Program

We promote the Art to Remember fundraiser as a great way to commemorate your students’ artwork and we love hearing stories about what the keepsakes mean to students and parents. Recently, we heard from April Maldonado, Art Teacher at Robinson Elementary in Kirkwood, MO, who used Art to Remember to conclude their Artist in Residence

New Products!

You submitted great suggestions for new products and we are bringing them to you! Check out the new items that are available this year:     Art Clings These are a fun, new item and best of all, you get TWO of them! They are repositionable and durable, so you can stick them to a

What Has Your Fundraising Partner Done for You?

Art to Remember was founded 20 years ago with the mission of supporting and promoting art education. Our mission hasn’t changed one bit over the last two decades, but we’ve worked hard to continually make the program easier and more beneficial for you, your school, and your families. Throughout the years, we’ve made the program

The Importance of Arts in Education

We know how imperative it is for schools to include arts in their curriculum, which is why it’s the Mission of our organization to Support and Promote Art Education. But it’s always encouraging to see the message reiterated in the media, especially when it’s coming from Indiana’s leading business publication, The Indianapolis Business Journal. Be

Putting the A in STEAM

If you have a STEM or STEAM based curriculum at your school, be sure to check out the latest issue of STEAMed Quarterly Magazine. This issue is full of great ideas for art educators, including two lesson plans from Art to Remember. Click through to read the entire magazine or go directly to our site

Earn Rewards with Referrals

Did you know? In addition to the money that you can earn with an Art to Remember fundraiser, you can also earn money by referring other schools? If the school is new to Art to Remember and signs up for a program, we will reward you with a $25 Starbucks gift card. It’s so simple!

Meet Your Program Coordinator

The Art to Remember Program Coordinators love working with and learning more about you during the school fundraiser, so we thought that you may want to know more about them as well. Today, we’ll meet Jennifer Musick. Jennifer started working at Art to Remember in September of 2013, so she’s coming up on her two

Meet Your Program Coordinator

The Art to Remember Program Coordinators love working with and learning more about you during the school fundraiser, so we thought that you may want to know more about them as well. Today, we’ll meet Lori Dahlby. Lori started working at Art to Remember in August of 2004.  Prior to working at AtR, she sold

The Gonic School uses AtR Funds to Complete a Playground!

As the school year wraps up and fundraisers come to a close, the Art to Remember team gets to hear great feedback from schools on their success with the program. Each school uses their money for a different cause and we enjoy getting to see that the money is helping students and teachers across the

Meet your Program Coordinator

The Art to Remember Program Coordinators love working with and learning more about you during the school fundraiser, so we thought that you may want to know more about them as well. Today, we’ll meet Patty Brown. Patty is one of Art to Remember’s original employees – she will celebrate 20 years with us in