ArtsEd Washington is a nonprofit organization that helps public schools support arts education. Founded in 1982 as the Washington Alliance for Arts Education, we have a proud history of communicating the benefits of arts education, increasing educators’ capacity to incorporate arts education into the school day, and helping community members express their support for arts
September 25, 9 AM- 3:30 PM Postponed to April 30, 2018 ESD 101 Spokane 6 Clock Hours Engage students' passion and curiosity in and through the arts! ArtsEd Washington will present an interactive workshop on the recently adopted Washington State Arts Standards on April 30th September 25, 2017, from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Crayola, in collaboration with the National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP), seeks to support educators as they nurture creativity in the classroom. With up to 20 grants available, educators who encourage children’s self expression and imagination are invited to apply. Must be a member of NAESP. Find more details and apply. Application deadline: July
The MetLife Foundation Partners in Arts Education Program provides financial support for arts learning in K-12 public schools that prioritize student achievement while addressing state arts education standards. Read the details and application guidelines. Application deadline: May 20, 2011
Know a teacher who is making a difference in education through the arts? Nominations are now being accepted for the Golden Apple Awards. The recipients are to represent the best in preK-12 education across Washington state. Previous recipients include art teachers, arts organizations, arts education coordinators, and non-art teachers who utilize arts-teaching methods. Learn more
With the belief that the arts are part of a well-rounded education that every child deserves, Target offers their Art and Culture in Schools Grant, helping keep arts and culture in the classroom year after year. Find more details including guidelines and the application process. Application deadline: April 30
VSA, the international organization on arts and disability, is seeking outstanding visual and performing teaching artists with disabilities for the 2011-12 Teaching Artist Fellowship program. The program recognizes the value teaching artists in integrating the arts into education, and seeks to enable artists with disabilities to serve as role models of diversity, expression, and inclusive
Finish this essay: “How my music teacher has influenced me and my goals in school..." You could win your share of $20,000 including music products for your school music program! For more information, please click here.
The WannaPlay Fund provides musical instruments to students with a demonstrated need and the school and organizations that serve them. For more information please click here.
The All Kids Can CREATE visual arts program showcases how students with and without disabilities learn through the arts in their schools and communities. The program is presented annually by VSA and CVS Caremark All Kids Can. All submitted artwork will be featured in an online gallery and considered for display in a national touring