These companies are taking
steps to make art education
a #1 priority.
Blick Art Materials The Art Room Aid program springs
from a desire to help art educators fund their programs and
projects at a time when school budgets are being cut and art
programs cancelled. An online marketplace that offers access to
an enormous assortment of art materials, Art Room Aid also taps
into Blick’s customer base, allowing shoppers an opportunity to
support a local art program or project as they are making their
own purchases. Visit www.artroomaid.com today to create a
profile and a project. We’re inspired by art educators, and our
customers are, too.
Nasco Arts and Crafts Nasco Arts and Crafts is collaborating
with and supporting Davis Publications, Art21, and Oliver Herring by
generously donating supplies for the TASK party at this year’s National
Art Education Association conference in New York City. Join the
party on Saturday, March 3, from 11 to 4 to test an array of products
hands-on, or visit enasco.com/artsandcrafts.
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The Evolution of Pinwheels for Peace
Join us every year on September 21, International Day of Peace
SchoolArts Magazine SchoolArts strives to provide essential
support to art educators around the world. That’s why each month,
along with a team of sponsors, we feature an organization that works
to heighten awareness surrounding issues that affect the art education
community. This includes organizations such as the Art and Creative
Materials Institute (ACMI), Youth Art Month (YAM), the National Art
Education Association (NAEA), VSA Arts, the Empty Bowls Project, Pinwheels for Peace, and the Memory Project.
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