Spike 150 Graphic Novels


As part of the sesquicentennial celebration of the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad, several 4th-grade classes in the Beverley Taylor Sorenson Arts Learning Program were invited by the Spike 150 Commission to work with artist Richard Jenkins in creating graphic novels which depict scenes from the building of the railroad and the settling of the West. Click here to read the graphic novels...


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December 13, 2019

BTSALP in the News

Student-made art installation on Utah ecosystems unveiled at James Madison Elementary By MEGAN OLSEN Standard-Examiner Dec 12, 2019 (Click here above to see more pictures) OGDEN — A long-term hanging art installation was unveiled Wednesday evening at James Madison Elementary. The installation is composed of hanging faux stained glass pieces […]
December 13, 2019

Always On the Move

Courtni Giles, BTSALP Dance Specialist extraordinaire in Washington School District serves 8 Special Education classrooms in 8 – you heard that right – in 8 different schools! Courtni exposes the students to dance and movement as well as adaptive Physical Education activities. Courtni wants ALL students up and moving and […]
December 9, 2019

A Day at Thunder Ridge: Part 3

Robert Smith, BTSALP Art Coach in Alpine School District, led Ms. Decker’s 5th grade class through an integrated lesson using the book, The Mountain Dance by Thomas Locker. He started by having students close their eyes and listen to a Beethoven selection that complemented the wonderful illustrations in the book. […]
December 2, 2019

Axis Dance Company

Axis Dance Company: Changing the face of dance & disability. We accomplish our mission through three pillars of activity: artistry, engagement, advocacy The heart of AXIS is the commissioning, creation, and performance of contemporary dance that is developed through the collaboration of dancers with and without physical disabilities. Our artistic […]