“I’ve been teaching drama for twenty years. I was in a funk. And so I thought, I need something new, something fresh. I was very, very, very pleased [with ArtistsInspire] . It got me motivated again. It was so dynamic, I wanted to participate, it wasn’t just the kids!”
Teacher Deborah Moram, Laurentian Elementary School (SWLSB)
In the words of the teachers, Stories & News
How can we stay connected in a world pandemic? Emily Read and the Grade 6 students of Carlyle Elementary School came up with 97 ways in their fall 2020 ArtistsInspire project ‘ Stay Connected’.
Project facilitation and video from Emily Read
ArtistsInspire is proud to announce year 4 of our School Grants Program! This program connects professional Artists working in every discipline with English public schools across Quebec. Every eligible school has one $1500 ArtistsInspire Grant for the 2022-2023 school year to cover the costs of bringing a Teaching Artist into their classrooms.
Want to help out? Click below to see and share the ArtistsInspire website and our updated Elementary and Secondary School Workshop Catalogues!:
We love speaking with educators and hope your enthusiasm will encourage them to contact us for more information at email@example.com and/or phone us at 438-979-1171.
See our Facebook page to like and share this year’s program post and invite students and educators to learn with us. Developing students’ creativity through Artist-facilitated virtual or in-person Arts & Culture experiences is what we do!
Yours, the ELAN ArtEd team
Guillaume Jabbour, Barbara von Thaden, Christie Huff, & Louise Campbell