We’re proud to announce that HelpTeaching.com has named Artsology to their list of “Top 100 Free Education Websites.” We come in at #2 in the arts education category. See their full list here.
I had an opportunity to attend a fantastic jazz event at NJPAC in Newark last night: the 15th Anniversary Gala Concert for Jazz House Kids. Jazz House Kids is a community arts organization headquartered in Montclair, New Jersey, with a mission of educating children through jazz. They work in the schools, at the Jazz House, […]
Drew University in Madison, NJ is celebrating the 50th Anniversary of “The Semester on Contemporary Art” this year. The program is an incredible opportunity for art students to get a behind-the-scenes look into the New York art world, with classes taking place in NYC in order to visit with artists in their studios, meet with […]
I learned something new today about the Guggenheim’s programming at the museum: they have a program called “Mind’s Eye,” which provides tours and workshops for visitors who are blind or have low vision. The Mind’s Eye programs are led by arts and education professionals who utilize verbal descriptions, conversations, sensory experiences, and creative practices in […]
The American Society for Microbiology holds an annual contest called the “Agar Art Contest,” in which microbiologists can submit works of art created in a petri dish. The first explanation required for us non-scientists is, what is “agar?” It’s a complex gelatinous carbohydrate obtained from seaweed, and is used as a culture medium for bacteria. […]
EdTech 4 Beginners is a blog written by Neil Jarrett featuring ideas and teaching resources related to educational technology. Jarrett is a Y6 teacher and maths coordinator at an international school in Bangkok, Thailand. Artsology received a featured post today, and we wanted to share it with you here. Our thanks to Neil for sharing […]
As the saying goes, “a picture is worth a thousand words.” If that’s the case, then there must be a lot of art that could be used to inspire creative writing and short stories. We’ve collected a series of unusual and interesting images by contemporary artists that can be used as starting points for creative […]