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Support educators. Foster excellence in Art Education. Inspire meaningful connections for students. Think Deeply. Evolve. Engage. Advocate and Empower.More About Mission
Davis Press was founded in Worcester, Massachusetts, at the turn of the century, and its president was Gilbert Gates Davis. He and Fred Daniels, supervisor of drawing for the City of Worcester, wanted to create a periodical that would help art teachers develop and use art curricula. Daniels, along with Henry Turner Bailey, state agent for the Promotion of Industrial Drawing, and James Hall, supervisor of drawing for the City of Springfield, created the Applied Arts Guild. Gilbert Davis agreed to provide the means to publish The Applied Arts Book (now known as SchoolArts Magazine), and the publishing arm of Davis Press was born.More About Our History
We’re relentless in our mission to support the strength and growth of quality art education in all schools. Together with their teams, our leaders are dedicated to helping educators like you inspire students and engage them in learning.More About Team
We acknowledge all submissions promptly. If yours is an idea that we choose to explore more deeply, we will send you detailed instructions for preparing and submitting a manuscript.More About Writing for Davis