A world of authentic art experiences.
Expanding cultural and social awareness and fostering higher-order critical thinking skills through creativity, artistry, and responsive audience interaction.
The Sun Valley Museum of Arts provides arts education services to students from 4th grade through high school.
Offering art classes one day a week for all students in grades PK-8
The Art Museum is a regional hub of arts education in eastern Idaho, serving 1,100 students annually.
18 artist residencies provide accessible, inclusive, and participatory arts experiences for students with disabilities or significant health care issues .
ASAP is a small size, long term engagement program for 6-11 year-old students at the Prichard Gallery in Moscow.
315 students in grades K-5 at Sorensen Magnet school collaborated with Spokane Washington based artist Melissa Cole to create a vibrant external mosaic and painted mural.
Weekly workshops exploring writing, storytelling, and music for Latino students
Boise Art Museum creates online curricular materials for arts education at home.
The Idaho Falls Arts Council provided over 3,000 students with field trips to explore the visual arts.
Bringing a rich array of musical and artistic offerings to the youth of Sandpoint.
Serving students with disabilities and special health care needs through residencies in dance, poetry, short stories, printmaking, painting, textiles and music.
Supporting school tours of the gallery and the After School Art Program (ASAP) in Moscow.
Weekend art classes based on Latino arts & culture for students in Garden City and Nampa.
Providing art-making experiences in elementary schools and at The Art Museum in Idaho Falls.
Nurturing creative play while exploring clay’s geographical origins, processes, and historical uses.
Customizing hands-on art projects for 7 Blaine County middle and high school non-arts classroom teachers, enhancing their learning objectives.
Approximately 5,200 Idaho students and their teachers experience a school tour and art activity at Boise Art Museum.
Providing 63 field trips for 2,792 elementary and preschool students from schools across eastern Idaho.
Missoula Children’s Theatre engaged students in a week long theatrical workshop commencing with a production of the students work.
334 students from the rural districts of McCall, Donnelly, and New Meadows participated in the Art School program under the tutelage of professional artists.
Approximately 8,000 Idaho students and their teachers experienced a school tour through the Free School Tour Program.
5,432 elementary students from schools in Eastern Idaho participated in Visual Arts Education at the ARTitorium in Idaho Falls.
Artist in Residence program provides arts education to students with special needs across Idaho in community centers and public schools.
Two outreach programs are including an after school long-term engagement program and school tours surrounding the Moscow-Pullman area.
The Art Museum of Eastern Idaho brings students for guided exhibit tours with related art lessons, and provides educational opportunities for educators.
Through workshops, conferencing, and hands-on activities, students engage in writing for personal growth and to understand the creative process.
ARTworks takes art processes into elementary school classrooms, brings students to the museum, and provides professional development to teachers.
In 2018, 379 students from the rural districts of McCall, Donnelly, and New Meadows participated in the McCall Arts and Humanities Council’s Art School program. Fifth graders_
The Kaleidoscope art education program is a collaboration between POAC, volunteer adult instructors, and the Lake Pend Oreille School District as well as other Bonner County elementary_