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The art room is uniquely situated to create safe spaces to address difficult topics. As artists and educators, we are in a unique position to challenge inequities and encourage others to explore new ways of thinking and being through art. Check out this sampling of the many SchoolArts articles we have in our collection that we hope will help you build greater equity, diversity and inclusion in your class rooms. Check back often for new selections.More About Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Resources
Explore SchoolArts, a national art education magazine committed to promoting excellence, advocacy, and professional support for educators in the visual arts. Be inspired by lessons and articles written for art educators by art educators. Discover ready-to-use contemporary art images with artist interviews, articles on art advocacy, and web links to enriching online resources. Enjoy classroom-tested resources for all levels, K–12.More About SchoolArts Magazine Online
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We provide a wide variety of Professional Development offerings for art educators. Our sessions have been created for both in-person and virtual delivery. Consider taking some time for your own development during this time of remote learning.
Our master teachers are experts in the most current classroom pedagogy as well as the practical, discipline-specific, and targeted application of research-backed content. Check out our complimentary offerings today.More About Professional Development
FREE ACCESS to the Davis Digital platform for 90 days. The Davis Digital platform is perfectly suited for teacher-guided remote learning, or self-guided exploration. It is filled with a comprehensive collection of art lessons, fine art images, teaching support, and studio experiences for grades K–12.More About K–12 Lessons
Check out our curated library of videos from our High School programs. Share these engaging and accessible student resources developed for Discovering Drawing, Communicating through Graphic Design, Focus on Photography, and The Visual Experience.More About On-Demand Video Lessons
Call for Artists Closed.
Mail Art (also known as postal art and correspondence art) is an artistic movement that began in the 1950s. It is centered on sending small-scale artworks through the postal service. In this time of quaranteaching, we want to provide art educators with a platform to express their thoughts and feelings about the new challenges they face. As an added benefit, we’ll also support the United States Postal Service.More About Pushing the Envelope: A Mail Art Gallery Show