Artist in a Business Class | Roger Whiting

Last Fall I enrolled in a lifelong learning class titled “Aligning Your Idea to a Market” held by the Small Business Development Center of the Salt Lake Community College Miller Campus. Most of the other attendees of the class were inventors and product developers. However, I kept an open mind and found that a few […]

Creating a Classroom | Andrea Jandernoa

I teach art almost entirely through voluntary after-school programs. Although there are many benefits to this, planning for a classroom with several grade levels and inconsistent student attendance can be very tricky. For the most part I have learned to to plan for these challenges. While teaching this year at a local Indianapolis high school, […]

Hand in Hand | Laura Reeder

More than four-hundred people held hands. They formed a human chain from Seymour School, through the playground, across the parking lot between Nojaim’s grocery store and the community health center, in front of the public housing buildings, alongside Gifford drug store, past the purple house with the plastic swans, down the sidewalk by the industrial […]

Amphi Mural Design: Reaching Community Consensus | Michael Schwartz

Currently I’m teaching at Woods Memorial Library, situated in the Amphi neighborhood in midtown Tucson. The after school program for middle and high school youth was requested by the local neighborhood association as a way to build capacity, reduce crime and hopefully foster new leadership. Amphi is one of the highest crime areas of our […]