Art Advocacy Planning Guide

2019/20 Monthly Planner

In the December 2016 issue of SchoolArts magazine, Pam Stephens wrote, “Those of us who work in arts education—especially in K–12 settings—understand the need to be active art education advocates. Art advocacy begins with a single person—an individual who supports and defends the arts through ongoing written and spoken communication. This communication can be as simple as speaking to a colleague or displaying student artwork with descriptive wall text. Art advocacy grows as that single person generates positive actions that include others.”

Every year, we create the Davis Monthly Planner, an Art Advocacy Planning Guide to promote the importance of providing a quality art education for all K–12 students. We offer this resource to you free of charge to support your important work! We are all one person that can make a big difference, imagine the power we have advocating together!

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