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Google's Tone Transfer

Google's Tone Transfer lets you transform everyday sounds into musical instruments by harnessing the power of AI. Check out the above resource for a...

Studytracks: The Rhythm of Learning

Research has shown that music can be a powerful learning tool. Music helps us with long-term memory, communication skills, and the ability to absorb,...

Digital Art with Weavesilk

Create beautiful, colorful digital images with Weavesilk. Get creative with the color palette, rotational symmetry, and then share your design with...

Thisissand Art Creations

Create and share amazing sandscapes on your computer or mobile device with Thisissand. Adjust the colors and enjoy the calming sounds as you create...

Sketchnoting: A Mini-Workshop

Sketchnoting is a notetaking strategy in which imagery and pictures are drawn to remember key concepts. Fewer words, more doodles. You don't have to...

Slow Looking and 5 Other Simple Activities to Enhance Your Students’ Ability to Analyze Art

Time is always so precious in education. If you're like other art teachers, analyzing art tends to fall to the wayside. View this Lab resource from...

Connect, Extend, Challenge

Check out this simple protocol from Artful Thinking, which can help students identify connections to artwork. Make sure to check out other...

Thinking Artfully: Claim, Support, Question

Check out this simple protocol from Artful Thinking, which can help students make and justify choices made in curating work for an exhibit. Make...

Looking: Ten Times Two

Check out this simple protocol from Artful Thinking, a great first step in getting students to talk about art. Make sure to check out other protocols...

NY Times Picture Prompts

The illustrations and images from NY Times allow students to interpret art with the help of guiding questions. Scroll to find an image, open it, and...

Masterpiece Makers Podcast

Check out this podcast provided by Masterpiece Society on how art history can provide students with alternative interpretations of famous works of...

Decoding Style: How to Teach Students to Read an Artwork

Check out this resource, which features a strategy that allows students to practice spotting commonalities in pieces of artwork. 

Google Arts & Culture: Art Zoom

Want to engage your students more in your art class? Check out this resource where celebrities detail famous artworks through the lens of modern tv...

Using Art History to Examine Modern Day

Check out this TED playlist of ten videos that features great conversation starters about the influence of art. 

Art of Ed: Ultimate Assessment Guide in the Art Room

This comprehensive guide provided by the Art of Education University will help you structure a variety of critiques and assessments in your art...

The Art Assignment

The Art Assignment is a weekly PBS Digital Studios production hosted by Sarah Urist Green. Check out this resource to explore art and art history...

Authentic Art Statement Flowchart

In this short blog post from The Art of Education University, learn how to support your students in writing their own artist statements by using a...

Chrome Canvas

With the Chrome Canvas tool, students can experiment with digital art using this free web-based drawing platform. Learn how to get started with this...

Google Arts & Culture: Play Website

Google Arts and Culture Play give opportunities for fun and creative play in the art room. If this resource has you intrigued, check out all of our...

Random Art Prompt Generator

Are you looking for a way for your students to flex their creative skills? This free art prompt generator is a great way to spark art-making...