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 Sherry Havlin. Sherry has been with AtR for 13 years and has enjoyed every minute of meeting new people, building

Mother’s Day Art Project Ideas

Mother’s Day is in just a few weeks so we’ve rounded up a few quick and easy bouquet projects. Your students will love working on these flowers and mothers will love receiving them. Mother’s Day Bouquet (above). The Trendy Treehouse made these cute handprint bouquets with paint and paper. Stamped Flower Bouquet (below). Crafty Morning has a

NAEA National Convention

  NAEA was AMAZING! Bill, Pam and Kelly descended upon New Orleans along with 4,500 members of the art education community for the NAEA National Convention. With over 1,000 workshops, a keynote speech from Tim Gunn, panels, tours, and of course, over 100 vendors, including Art to Remember, this year’s convention was one of the

It’s Youth Art Month!

March is Youth Art Month – celebrating visual arts for students in elementary, middle and high school. The Council for Art Education, which started Youth Art Month in 1961, and the NAEA have partnered and come up with some great ways you can celebrate with your students. You can participate in: Art Program Flag Program Digital

Check Out These GREAT Bloggers

As an art teacher, you are creating amazing things. Outside of opening the minds of kids everywhere to a world of creativity, you are still finding time to work on your own pieces AND author great blogs to share your experiences with others. There are so many great art ed blogs with invaluable resources like

Art to Remember Gives Back

  At Art to Remember, we love giving back. It’s our mission to support art education and we work toward our vision of raising more money for art education every day of the year through fundraising partnerships with schools. But we also like to give back to our communities in other ways. Last Tuesday, Art

A Great Resource for Art Educators: The Art of Education

We at Art to Remember know that as teachers, you carry a very hectic schedule. Some of us have been teachers, others are married to them, we have kids that adore them, and all of us appreciate you. Amidst the crazy life of an art educator, there are a few great resources that help make

“We help children feel famous!” – New Personalized Order Forms

Recently Art Teacher Alexsa Gonzalez shared about Art to Remember’s new personalized order forms, “The kids are excited! They feel like they’re going to be famous!” New this semester, parents receive Personalized Order Forms including the School Name, Child”s Name and Individual Art Image.  Students enjoy seeing their creativity showcased.  These arrive presorted by homeroom,

Art to Remember gives over $15,000 to Cancer Research

SAVE A BAG, SAVE A LIFE FOR CANCER RESEARCH! Along with your support, since 2012, Art to Remember has given over $15,000 to breast cancer research.  We donate $1 for every reusable pink grocery tote purchased.  Customized student artwork is displayed on one side and a breast cancer message on the other. Thank you to

Creative Art License Renewal and/or Art Master’s Degree Option

Are you looking for creative art license renewal options? Or classes that might aid in salary advancement? Or better yet, working towards a Master’s Degree in Art? The Art of Education has an innovated online approach.  Recently Natalie Gast, AOE Intern, shared findings for the state of Indiana, however their program reach is global.