SchoolArts Magazine

September 2017

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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I CAN'T LIVE WITHOUT ... Follow SchoolArts on Facebook and Twitter for a chance to hav our favorites featured! "As a board member of the Berea Arts Council and a middle-school art teacher, I was excited to share with the communit f Berea, Kentuck , 'Berea Rocks.' Several other counties in Kentuck ave started this wonderful activit o spread jo nd kindness in their communit . You select a rock, stone, or pebble and paint positive messages or designs on them and then hide them within the communit or others to find." — Patricia Br ant Weiner, B erea, KY SchoolArts took to Facebook and Twitter to ask our followers how they advocate for the arts. Here's what they said: "Legislative visits, #ArtsAdvocac letter-writing, social media campaigns, whatever it takes to #ProtectArtsEd & #SaveTheArts!" — The Picasso Project, Philadelphia , PA "I use Instagram. M arent communit as shared how much the ove the timel pdates. Parents have expressed that our artroom Instagram page gives a better idea of what's occurring in art than the monthl ewsletter. I share lessons, artists, and events and get feedback from our communit n the wa f comments." —Elizabeth Williams, St. Louis, MO " In m ount , I developed a count wide student art exhibition and invited the artists, their parents, and admin along with central office." —Janis Nunnall , Putnam Count , TN SCHOOLARTSMAGAZINE.COM 17

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