Virtual Teacher Workshop: Build SEL (Social and Emotional Learning) Skills

November 16, 2022

People are all different. Our bodies, families, beliefs, abilities, and experiences vary, sometimes making communication difficult. Artwork can often communicate what we do not have the words for across cultures […]

In-Person Teacher Workshop: Differentiate Instruction with Art

October 22, 2022

How can artwork help all students access core learning? Differentiated instruction allows teachers to adapt content, process, and products to students’ needs. Collaborate with colleagues and uncover how artwork can […]

Kids Korner: Art Is Not About Right or Wrong 

September 14, 2022

Art is not about right or wrong; if you try your hardest, you will succeed… Art is not a competition, it is a matter of taking your time and going with […]

Women Leaders: Stephanie Stebich of Smithsonian American Art Museum

May 9, 2022

STEPHANIE STEBICH, THE MARGARET AND TERRY STENT DIRECTOR OF THE SMITHSONIAN AMERICAN ART MUSEUM  Our spring arts preview featured 20 women cultural leaders in Washington, D.C. We wanted to amplify […]