Project Library

Our Collection of Programs

Outside the Lines

An ongoing series of projects that are put out 8x per year.  This series uses art to thread together cross-content ideas and are designed to be flexible (in materials as well as ideas) so that teachers can implement the content in a manner that suits their individual teaching situation. 

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Art & Literacy

A grade-aligned curriculum, connected to content-rich literacy topics. This series supports teachers in using art to build knowledge around the topics in their school’s ELA curriculum and includes video lessons & text sets

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Doodles at Home

Our curriculum, adapted for students who are studying at home and need to access the content independently. Free to access.

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Tiny Still Life Landing Page

Tiny Still Life Landing Page

Students build a small sculpture of their choice from recycled materials, then draw it using observation skills on large paper. They finish with paint.

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Near & Far Project Landing Page

Near & Far Project Landing Page

Student artists create a landscape of somewhere they have always wanted to see and visit (older students use ‘Google Maps’ to virtually visit, younger students create a collaged book of ideas). They then learn about how color can change the ‘mood’ of a painting.

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Mexican Alebrije Landing Page

Mexican Alebrije Landing Page

Students learn about the history and creation of a Mexican folk art called Alebrije. Students create their own imaginary creatures. There is an emphasis on color choices and texture.

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Art & Advocacy Project Landing Page

Art & Advocacy Project Landing Page

Students learn about how designers can advocate through design by exploring water advocacy groups; they choose a contemporary topic that they care about and design a persuasive poster about it.

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