Art Lessons Through Living History Letters

Art Lessons Through Living History Letters Learning about a brilliant artist can be fun for all ages!  Why not keep the art of letter-writing alive with history reports in disguise?  Here’s how: Teach an older class and a younger class about the same artist.  Explain to the older class they will be pretending to be

Creative Collaboration to Engage Students in Your Art Fundraiser

Collaborating with other teachers in cross-curricular activities can improve relationships, communication, and show your team spirit.  There are lots of fun ways to take your Art to Remember fundraiser and excite the whole school!  Here are just a few:   Take your price list to the Math teacher.  Explain the fundraiser, and ask if she/he

Art brings the world closer together

Tracey Cormeny’s Third Grade Class at James Elementary of Ottumwa, IA shines bright with the spirit of giving and pride for their artwork as they send care packages to National Guard troops in Afghanistan last June.  We all want to share with our kiddos how great it can feel to do things for others.  Night

Advocates are Powerful, Art is Powerful

We all want to keep Art Education alive and strong in our schools.  As teachers and parents, we try our best each day within our community, doing the important details that help our kid’s art shine!  We even take on art fundraising projects to improve our resources.  Sometimes it’s easy to forget we need to

Supporting Hope with Art Education

You know that feeling when a small idea has grown into something large and worthwhile?  We are feeling that way right now with our pink Support Breast Cancer Totes!  Every order has resulted in a $1.00 donation to support cancer research and our running total is now over $9,000.00!  We would like to thank each

Recognizing Students in Art Education

A little special attention and praise can go a long way to build self esteem and confidence in a child.  Showcasing a student’s artwork is a great way to call attention to their hard work and creative thought on a project.   In the Mendon Upton Regional School District in Massachusetts, artwork from twenty students from

Fundraising for a Cause

We do what we do (art fundraising), to support art education programs in schools.  Sometimes we are in a position to support other causes as a result of our programs.  One of our most popular products, the Grocery Tote, has been supporting breast cancer research for the past 2 years.  To date, we have donated

Pinwheels for Peace

One of our customers has told us about this wonderful project and we can’t wait to display our pinwheels this Friday!  This project combines your art education program with a broader message of peace and hope.  You could even sell the pinwheels as an art fundraiser or to raise funds for another cause.    What

Art Education at It’s Best at State Art Conferences

Fall is such an exciting time as you head back to school and meet new students.  If you’re an Art Teacher, you may also be planning on attending your state’s art education conference.  Most states across the country hold an annual conference each fall so art teachers can gather to share ideas, learn new lessons

Why an Art Fundraiser

Why an Art Fundraiser? As you begin to think about your fundraisers for the upcoming school year you could stick with the same old programs you have done in the past or you could consider a new idea that will make your students and families jump at the chance to buy! The list of reasons