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Student drawing of bacteria from collaboration between Sara King, Visual Arts Teacher at Wakefield High School in Raleigh and Vladimir Jojic and Elizabeth Shank of UNC Chapel Hill.

National Art Educators Association Convention

It was with great pride that I represented Artspace at the National Arts Education Association Convention in New Orleans at the end of March. I was a first time attendee amongst over 5,000 other art educators from all across the country. The convention is a professional development opportunity offered to art educators once a year, […]

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Go Figure! Artspace collaboration with Southeast Raleigh Magnet High School

As part of the Go Figure! series in the Fall of 2014, Artspace hosted a few events that featured three figurative artists.  Photographer Laura Heyman, painter Lea Colie Wight and sculptor Holly Fischer were chosen to share with students from Southeast Raleigh Magnet High School about their artistic process and why the human figure continues […]

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Artspace Teaches at Hope Elementary School

This spring as part of Artspace’s Youth Outreach program, instructors Gabrielle Corter and Jaclyn Bowie with assistance from intern Jillian Ohl taught local Hope Elementary 4th and 5th graders a little about how art can be tie into a social studies or any educational curriculum. Every Monday afternoon the Artspace crew would ride down the […]

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Want to see your child’s art on display at First Friday?

On Saturday, October 26, children in 3rd – 5th grades can take a three-hour installation art class with Lauren W. Kennedy. In the class, “Building Worlds,” students will work together in a special part of our historic building, and the resulting work of art will be on display at our November First Friday Gallery Walk! […]

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