We’re excited that Spike 150, the Governor’s Commission for the Transcontinental Railroad 150th Celebration, has chosen the BTSALP to collaborate on a Graphic Novel project. Spike 150 is sponsoring a state-wide arts integration event in which seven BTS teams (4th grade teachers, BTS specialist) and with the help and guidance of a professional cartoonist, will guide their students through the creation of classroom graphic novels. Each of these graphic novels will tell a self-contained story. Upon their completion, all seven of these stories will be collected into an e-book anthology. This e-book will be made available on the Golden […]
It’s time to celebrate – the arts in Utah and the Winter Olympic games. See BTSALP students perform Hamilton: The Making of a Patriot at the Utah State Capitol during Arts Day on the Hill. Do you know what an armature is? Fourth Grade students at South Summit Elementary School do! Learn all about their artistic process and check out their sculptures depicting Olympic sports. Read all this and more in the current newsletter. Click here to see videos on our Facebook page of Summit Academy Bluffdale’s performance of Hamilton: The Making of a Patriot. Arts Day on the Hill The 2018 […]
The Utah legislative session is in full swing and BTSALP advocates are out in full force showing their LOVE for Arts Integration in Utah’s elementary schools. Read more about BTSALP’s advocacy efforts in our latest newsletter.
The Beverley Taylor Sorenson Arts Learning Program is divided into seven regions under the direction of a college or university in Utah. This month’s newsletter spotlights the new visiting professor at Westminster College as well as schools located in this region. Click here and take a look at the wonderful things happening in these art spaces.
Third grade Dual Immersion students at South Summit Elementary School in Kamas, Utah, under the direction of Visual Art Specialist Kathleen Briley, celebrated their diverse community through food, music and art. Their dia de los Muertos celebration created memories that will take a long time to fade. Read all about this unique and inspiring celebration as well as other ongoing art projects in this week’s newsletter. Click here to view.