Arts inclusion research project at Mill Creek Elementary incorporates mural textures for visually impaired students Photo by Master of Fine Arts Teaching Candidate Robert Plumb How do we effectively create inclusive arts integrated learning spaces for all students? On Tuesday, January 14th at the Arts Education Research Symposium, the College of Fine Arts alongside principals, district leaders, and community arts colleagues, will tackle this very question. The goal? To network, share research, prompt discussion, and forge partnerships in an effort to continually create environments in school where all learners are included and can thrive. As Kelby McIntyre-Martinez, Assistant Dean for Arts […]
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 created by fourth graders at James Madison Elementary and students in an honors course at Weber State University. The installation hangs in the school’s atrium. Every student in James Madison’s fourth grade — about 60 — participated in the project, said Tamara Goldbogen, the director of the Arts Learning Collaborative […]
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 […]
We’ve had several specialists ask if there was an online sign-up for the parent newsletter. We are happy to say that there is and that we have made a poster for you to print out and use at your Back-to-School Nights. It has a QR code that takes the parents directly to the sign-up. Click here to download the pdf poster. Please feel free to let us know if you have any questions or if there is something we can do to help you out!
1. Request an invitation to a BTSALP specialist FB group BTSALP Dance Specialists BTSALP Drama Specialists BTSALP Music Specialists BTSALP Visual Art Specialists 2. Check your information on our BTSALP specialist directory at btsalp.com Name Email Art form School(s) School District 3. Email firstname.lastname@example.org by October 7 to let us know you’ve done steps 1 and 2. This is where you let us know if any information is wrong or you want to add a website, picture or another email address to the directory. We will email you your $10 Amazon gift card! PDPs: You each will […]