In this year of many challenges, teachers are eloquent about how the art-making process in 2020-21 ArtistsInspire projects has encouraged students to understand and develop resilience. As Chelsea Elementary [...]
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We’re proud to have received wonderful feedback from teachers throughout the 2020-21 school year about their ArtistsInspire experiences. Excited about the enthusiasm and creativity demonstrated by their students, teachers’ [...]
An evidence base and guide for teaching artists. Prepared for the English Language Arts Network by Tina Kukkonen The spiritual and healing potential of art has been recognized throughout [...]
Help us to connect with BIPOC, LGBTQ2S+ and Regional Artists to work with schools in 2021-22 through ArtistsInspire Grants, an ELAN Quebec ArtEd project. Deadline: May 31, 2021 ELAN’s [...]
Art is, for me, the chance to open up to my feelings. It's this beautiful chance to use our full selves and bring our full selves and who we [...]
“It's fun to run and jump and play, and to be artists with our bodies, feel a kind of artistry or a creative impulse, and express it. It's important [...]
A sound experience at Sainte-Agathe Academy: building and sustaining relationships in-person and on-lineJason Campbell2021-03-18T14:07:16+00:00
Building relationships takes time and effort in general and in art education. When an artist has a strong connection with students, the art-making experience can lead to strong reflections [...]
“Theatre is fun. It’s flexible. You can use it to develop vocabulary or to build self-confidence. It’s really a powerful learning medium that allows us to develop life skills [...]
Spring/Summer 2020 ArtistsInspire Online Workshops were a Great Success! Let's Keep Up the Momentum. From Toy Theatre to Doodle Challenge, Everyone can Dance to Message in a Bottle, Spoken [...]
What happens when a massive ELAN art project gets cancelled and has to go virtual? Laura Teasdale & Ronnie LeBlanc were supposed to have ELAN artist residencies in the [...]