Join me live on November 27, 2020 (black friday) at 3pm PST to create a 3D gingerbread house using just paper, scissors, and markers and/or crayons. We are going to have a blast! I hope to see you there! Register for Zoom link here.
I've written about this art integration project inspired by Yayoi Kusama previously. But I want to provide a more condensed version for ease of use. Materials Needed You will find all of the templates, worksheets, and rubrics you need here.This lesson is standards-aligned for Visual Art, Math, and Science. You will need craft tubes (toilet tubes), mirrored… Continue reading Kaleidoscopes inspired by Yayoi Kusama, Math, & Science
Right now, school districts all over the country are developing plans for what fall's "back to school" will look like. From totally virtual, to hybrid, to totally in-person there are so many variations of what fall 2020 is going to look like for students, teachers, and schools. It is frequently stated that children are at… Continue reading Suggestions for Keeping Your Teacher Self Safe in the Era of COVID-19
I hope this finds you well, and finds you safe, whole, and managing this time out of school with ease. I know March marks an uptick in conference season with many of us off to support one another and build community at arts conferences. Since so many of those are now cancelled, the Art Class… Continue reading Call to Art: an Unconference for Art Educators
I'm continually impressed with what the Google Suite of tools can do. Just a few years ago, a project of this type would have required serious photo-editing software (Photoshop, Pixlr, or Gimp), and an intermediate-level understanding of that software. But now, due to the increasing function of Google tools, this is an introductory or novice… Continue reading The Hero’s Journey: A 2-Point Perspective Digital Art Project