SchoolArts Magazine

October 2016

SchoolArts is a national art education magazine committed to promoting excellence, advocacy, and professional support for educators in the visual arts since 1901.

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50 OCTOBER 2016 SchoolArts CONTINUED FROM PAGE 8. yourself to the walls of the school. Canvas area businesses and see if they are interested in giving space in their lobby to display work. Don't forget to take lots of pictures at the event, and if proper releases are secured, send the pictures along with a short paragraph to your local paper. Advocate! The Power of Art Afterschool art programs serve the community by providing additional art experiences for students, intrinsically reward - ing opportunities for mentors, and possible field experi- ence for pre-service teachers. They also connect schools and communities in a positive way through the power of the arts. Art After Hours can also become Advocacy After Hours for your school-based program. Donalyn Heise is an associate professor and art education pro- gram coordinator at the University of Memphis in Memphis, Ten- nessee. dheise2 @ Melody Weintraub is an instructor in art education at the Univer - sity of Memphis in Memphis, Tennessee. mweintrb @ W E B L I N K Available at local school suppliers z e n t a n g l e ® The Certified Zentangle Teacher Seminar Scholarship gives 2 educators in the US a chance to learn Zentangle from Rick Roberts and Maria Thomas, founders of the Zentangle Method. Seminar will take place during the summer of 2017. (Cost of travel not included in scholarship.) See details and apply at Discover an easy-to-teach way to create beautiful patterns. Share the empowering qualities of the Zentangle Method with your students! #50009 ® 5 WIN a Zentangle ® Scholarship! 193 Pc Classroom Pack #50116 18 Pc Tool Set Photo courtesy of Gail Zaier, Certified Zentangle Teacher

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