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  • The Importance of Art Education in the Classroom

    July 19, 2020

    In October 2019, the British street artist known as Banksy opened an online store called Gross Domestic Product and issued a challenge: to make a purchase from the shop’s selection of items like a Banksy-branded aerosol paint can, a brick handbag, and a vest worn in concert by the rapper… Read more >

  • What Can I Do With a Master’s in Art Education?

    July 4, 2020

    If you have creative experience, teach in schools, work in museums, or community art environments, and a passion for inspiring others, then a master’s degree in art education might be the perfect path for you. Art educators possess a skill set that allows them to teach creativity through a variety… Read more >

  • Careers in Art Education

    June 2, 2020

    In today’s diverse landscape of learning and working, artistic projects and arts-integrated education support creative engagement, collaboration and increased ability to learn across many subjects. As a result of the broadly applicable skills that learning art can instill, master’s-level art education programs can help you transform your own creativity as… Read more >

  • How Two Former Students Gained the Tools They Need to Educate Others

    December 8, 2019

    The decision to become an art teacher doesn’t always start early in your college education experience, and while it may seem daunting to switch gears after graduation, there are some considerations to make a transition into an art education career much easier. Learning how to become an art teacher without… Read more >

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