Fallen Hero Honored with Tile Wall

Anne Sullivan Elementary School opened in 2016 in Sugar Land, Texas, and is a tribute to its namesake, Anne McCormick Sullivan. Anne was a Houston Fire Department fire fighter who died heroically on May 31, 2013 when the burning building she was striving to extinguish collapsed around her. She was only 24 years old. This

Wearing Their Art on Their Sleeves

Art Teachers Who Wear Their Students’ Creations: Part 3 These two art educators were inspired to put their own twist on wearable art projects—creating an eye-catching cardigan and a colorful t-shirt, jeans & tennis shoes ensemble, respectively. Dr. Wynita Harmon has worked for many years as an elementary art teacher in Texas and is currently

Say Yes to the Student-Made Dress

Art Teachers Who Wear Their Students’ Creations: Part 2 These art teachers know sure how to dress for the occasion! Jenny Hopps teaches 6th grade and high school students at Miller City-New Cleveland School in Miller City, OH. Jenna Beyersdoerfer has been an art teacher for 13 years and works in the Ross Local School District

Fashion Forward Art with Miranda Meeks

Art Teachers Who Wear Their Students’ Creations: Part 1 Miranda Meeks is an art educator at Caldwell County Middle School in Princeton, Kentucky. She has been teaching for eight years and is passionate about using her platform to make a lasting impact. Miranda’s love of art, fashion, and creativity paired with her heart for empowering

NAEA Boston—Another Outstanding Conference!

NAEA 2019 was another outstanding conference. With a record 5,000+ in attendance, we were thrilled to meet so many incredible art educators from across the globe. And Boston did not disappoint as a host city, with its twinkling city lights and beautiful ocean views. The best part of the trip for us was getting to

Sycamore Serves Colors the Community

Here at Art to Remember, we love witnessing how one great idea can transform an entire community through the power of art! In the past couple of weeks, we got to spend some time with the incredible kiddos and volunteers at Sycamore Serves—an outreach group founded by Sycamore School in Indianapolis—as they dreamed about how