When Product Meets Process | Annie Harrison Elliot

When teaching, I often feel caught between my love of the creative process and the desire for a polished end product. Both are important, but limited time frames to work with students is always challenging. I generally only have 45 minutes to an hour once or twice a week to work with a group of […]

What Young Children Can Do | Annie Harrison Elliot

This is the third post in our January series around how perceptions of who can and can’t make art affect their teaching practice. Enjoy! —Malke Rosenfeld, ALT/space Editor ……………………………………….. I teach young kids, but at some point I realized my assumptions were getting in the way. The reason I teach very young children in the first […]

Rise | Marquetta Johnson

During the summer of 2012, the High Museum of Art, Atlanta hosted an exhibition of Hale Woodruff’s Murals from Talladega College, selected paintings, and prints. The Summer Camp Workshops at the Museum presented an art experience inspired by the linoleum block prints of Mr. Woodruff that were included in the exhibition.