Posted March 13, 2020 08:09:58I love teaching,I love art.
I love teaching.
And I love educating the world.
My favourite part of being an art teacher is when my students get so immersed in the art that it becomes part of their everyday experience.
And that’s where the magic happens.
For the past 15 years, I’ve been in my first year teaching at the Art Institute of California, where I’ve taught a variety of subjects.
I’m not alone.
In fact, the University of California at Berkeley has an art program called the Art Center of the Arts (ACOA).
ACOA offers a variety in-depth courses for the students in my program, including, but not limited to, fine arts, sculpture, film, design, art history, art theory and more.
I’ve been to some incredible art schools.
The New York Academy of Art is the largest art school in the United States, and the University at Albany has the largest collection of paintings in the world and a large collection of fine art.
My students have gone on to work for prestigious companies like Nike and Nike and Adidas.
I also teach in the private arts, including fine arts education, design design, architecture, photography, video and film.
And now I’m excited to launch my first ever solo, fully-paid art education course, Art Education for Adults (AEDA).
This course will be offered exclusively to students in the California public school system.
We’re going to be building a curriculum that’s specifically designed to give students a full range of learning experiences in art.
The courses will include classes in the studio and on the ground, as well as online classes.
The classes will include everything you need to get started with art and make an impact.
The AEDA curriculum is based on the Art Academy of the University (AAU) model, which means that students in California can take AEDAs classes with or without any prior experience in the arts.
We’re going all in, with the new AED, and our students are going to have access to the most rigorous online and offline art education programs in the country.
This is a truly exciting time in our history, and it’s something I’m extremely excited to be a part of.
Art education is one of the fastest growing segments of the arts in our country, and we’re looking forward to seeing what students can do in our classrooms.
What we have planned for AED will be a wide-ranging and ambitious curriculum that we’re confident will engage students from all walks of life, but particularly those who may be unfamiliar with the discipline.
Our goal is to give our students access to a diverse and inclusive curriculum that reflects the diversity of our state.
And, for the first time in a decade, students will have access in our schools to online classes, as part of a wide range of programs and activities.
We have an amazing program called, “AED: Connecting the Arts to Students.”
This program is designed to bridge the gap between the arts and the rest of the curriculum, connecting students with artists and other students who share their interests.
We want to provide students with opportunities to interact with the art and culture of their area and connect with the community.
We believe this program will make it easier for our students to find inspiration and connect to others who share the same passion.
I can’t wait to hear from students, teachers and parents who will take the courses, and I want to make sure they’re successful.
We’ll also be adding a class called, The Art of Art, to our program, as a way for students to take these courses in person, and learn from the people who have made the art they love.
I look forward to helping students to become the teachers, artists, and art professionals they know they can be.