See Again for the First Time
ELA Connect lesson plans unpack landmark works of art, teach close reading skills, and build cross curricular connections (click images to link)
Medium a Month showcases explore how contemporary artists transform common materials into unique works of art
Forensic Fridays depict ripped-from-the-headlines crime scenes in the folk art tradition by the Medical Examiner who investigated them
Art-based inquiry units are an ideal curricular cornerstone for cultivating social imagination, wide-awakeness, and democratic values.Our Guiding Principles
Art and Lessons Blog
Explore art from everyday objects, crime scene paintings, and lessons for teaching visual literacy and cross-curricular concepts.
Art for Social Imagination
Experience paintings, environmental installations, and sculptures that raise awareness, build community, and explore solutions.
Think Like an Artist
Cultivate personal creativity and self-expression through classroom-friendly art activities that emphasize artistic thinking.
Build new and better meaning through conversation = individual art analysis + classroom discussions + artist interviews + historical reviews.
Art is Not Made in a Vacuum
Find links to the artists, educators, and activists who have influenced my thinking and could influence yours.
Study research-based publications that offer background information and talking points to advance the arts integration flag.