TAC Projects

Teaching Arts Creatively promotes the ability for teachers to present concepts in new and exciting ways in an experiential learning environment. Regardless of their content area, teachers can incorporate the arts into their curriculum! For example, a math instructor might bring in a sculptor or a furniture maker to help illustrate academic content. The visiting artist promotes academic learning through the arts to allows students to connect what they are learning inside the classroom to the world around them.

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Teaching Arts Creatively

Teaching Arts Creatively

Teaching Arts Creatively

Teaching Arts Creatively

Teaching Arts Creatively

Teaching Arts Creatively

Teaching Arts Creatively

Teaching Arts Creatively

Teaching Arts Creatively

Teaching Arts Creatively

Teaching Arts Creatively

Teaching Arts Creatively

Teaching Arts Creatively

Teaching Arts Creatively

Teaching Arts Creatively

Teaching Arts Creatively

Teaching Arts Creatively

Teaching Arts Creatively

Youth Art Month Gallery Reception 2018

Teaching Arts Creatively

Teaching Arts Creatively

Art Education Professor from Shepherd University worked with students at South Jefferson Elementary

Teaching Arts Creatively

Teaching Arts Creatively

Youth Art Month March 2020

Teaching Arts Creatively

Teaching Arts Creatively

TAC Artists

 
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Anne Rule-Thompson Ceramics

CERAMICS Anne Rule-Thompson Ceramics Ceramics - Including Hand Building, Wheel Throwing, Slab Construction, Traditional and Nontraditional techniques

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