A fun and energetic look at the world of art education.
Ep. 245 - Getting Started with Adobe Illustrator
To coincide with the release of his new Getting Started with Adobe Illustrator PRO Pack, Rich Stachon comes on the show to talk to Tim about all things online teaching and graphic design. Listen as they discuss filming for PRO, teaching for creativity during a pandemic, and the importance of demonstrating and sharing the artmaking process.
Resources and Links View the Getting Started with Illustrator PRO Pack Follow Rich on Twitter 3 Graphic Design Opportunities Perfect for Students
Best of 2020: Rethinking Art Education for the Better
During this holiday week, Art Ed Radio is revisiting one of its most popular episodes of the year. Back in August, AOEU writer Janet Taylor came on the podcast to talk to Tim about her ideas on rethinking art education in a difficult year. Listen as they discuss the logistics of pandemic teaching, the importance of teacher autonomy, and how we can think bigger when we return to work this fall.
Resources and Links Rethinking Art Education for the Better AOEU's Return to Learn Resources Read all of Janet's articles here Preview Janet's Bringing New Life to Old Lessons PRO Pack
Ep. 244 - Best Ideas for Online Teaching
As more schools are going to online learning the demands for online teaching continue to grow. In today's episode, Tim shares some of the best ideas he has seen, the best ideas that people have shared, and the things that make online teaching work well. Listen for some ways to help yourself, some ways to help your students, and some other best practices that may help you now or in the coming months.
Resources and Links State of Art Education Survey The Best Weekly Routines for Online Learning Technology and Hybrid Learning How to Use Your Traditional Curriculum Digitally
Ep. 243 - New Ideas for Teaching Art on a Cart
Due to popular demand, it is time to revisit the topic of teaching art on a cart. In today's episode, Tim welcomes back Lindsey Moss to discuss her art on a cart experience and why she recorded an entire PRO Pack about her journey. Listen as they discuss Lindsey's mindset going into the year, the things she has learned, and some of her favorite lessons and ideas she wants to share.
Resources and Links Tips and Tricks for Teaching Art on a Cart View Lindsey's PRO Pack What It's Really Like to Teach on a Cart During a Pandemic How to Work Smarter Not Harder with Art on a Cart
Ep. 242 - Ideas for Alternative Art Shows
As the first quarter comes to a close, Tim is spending some time reflecting on what the rest of the school year is going to look like for everyone. And one of those future concerns is what art shows might look like this year. In this episode, Tim discusses some ideas for alternative art shows, including how we can incorporate technology, move shows outside, and simplify things to make the process easier for everyone.
Resources and Links Harnessing the Power of Art in Uncertain Times Organizational Tips for Your Art Shows A Month of Art Advocacy Ideas Keeping Visitors Engaged at Your Art Show
Ep. 241 - 5 More Creepy Artworks For Halloween
After last Halloween's popular episode on 6 creepy artworks, Tim is back this year with 5 more of his favorite paintings that can be used to celebrate Halloween. Listen as he talks about Goya, Cezanne, and Caravaggio, and also dives into literature and Greek mythology in this entertaining episode.
Resources and Links 6 Creepy Artworks for Halloween The Best Art-Inspired Halloween Costumes Making Art History Meaningful Helping Students Care About Art History
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This is a great podcast for art teachers or any teacher wanting to bring a positive, creative art experience into their classroom!