The Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council has funded over $9,000 of arts education programming to serve over 850 elementary students. These grants directly support placing local teaching artists in the classroom.
What are kids saying?
Presley, Grade 5
“I am working on social skills and teaching skills…important to develop social skills so that you can communicate with other people. I may not be the best at art, but I sure love doing it!”
[Through the Artists in Schools program]
Kate, Grade 5
“The best part about having an artist visit the classroom is the education that comes with teaching the art projects. We get to learn so much about famous artists and their work and it’s so much fun!… We learn crowd control and we have a very talkative class, so this is proving to be a very useful skill!”
Alex, Grade 5
“Our teacher has come up with a list of themes- health and nutrition, self-portraits and still life. Ms. Nataliya, our Teaching Artist creates a lesson on that theme. It makes us feel connected as a class. I love art for this reason and I hope you see now that your money is going toward a good cause.”
Use school district inter-office mail or deliver to:
Shoreline Center, Arts Council Office
18560 First Avenue N.E.
Year-Long Grant Recipients for 2019-2020 school year:
Teaching Artist Halinka Wodzicki
Shorecrest High School and Lake Forest Park Elementary
The Art of Experiencing the Past by Writing Historical Fiction
Teaching Artist Christine Pinto
Syre Elementary, Highland Terrace Elementary
Songs and Dances of Mexico and Cuba
Teaching Artist Laura Dean
Shorecrest High School Spanish
Teaching Artists Barbara Hudak, Steve Treseler, Robin Peery, Sean Osborn
Einstein Middle School