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Welcome Sona Santry!

This spring we are welcoming intern Sona Santry to the Art Possible Ohio team. She has been researching and writing about artists and advocates with disabilities so that we can share their stories and experiences more broadly. We tend to teach and talk about the same artists in our museums and classrooms. What if instead…

Snow People Painting with Lori and Arlo

If you are looking for something to do with your kiddos for the remainder of winter break, check out this art making video tutorial with teaching artist Lori Esposito and her “studio assistant” Arlo. This painting shows you how to make a landscape painting of snow people with Q-tips. The Q-tip is a stamp that…

Miss Jacquie’s All Abilities Dance Class Lesson 3

Jacquie Sochacki-Pittman is a teaching artist at New Albany schools. She is a dance researcher, choreographer and educator currently pursuing her Master of Fine Arts in Dance Studies at The Ohio State University. She has created online lessons to keep her students moving. Click here to visit Jacquie’s website. This 25 minute dance class is done…

Apply to be an Adaptation, Integration, and the Arts School

Adaptation, Integration, and the Arts (AIA) uses arts integration and collaboration to improve student success, educator development, and school engagement. The program partners teaching artists and classroom educators for creative residencies in inclusive classrooms. This program is made possible through funding from the Ohio Department of Education, Office for Exceptional Children, and a contract for…

Family Quilt with Barbara

Barbara Ery is a teaching artist in south eastern Ohio with the Carlton School. This activity can be expanded to include a variety of materials and designs. This activity is a paper quilt inspired by artist Faith Ringgold. Talk about things you like to do with your family. Is there a favorite trip or place you remember? Faith…

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