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

Don’t Leave for Summer Vacation Until…

The end of the school year is rapidly approaching and everyone is counting down the days until summer break.  Projects are wrapping up and vacation plans are being finalized. But before you pack up, be sure to sign up for your Fall 2015 Art to Remember Fundraiser. Signing up is easy and then you can

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