In April, as we were all finding our way through the uncertainty of COVID-19 and facing unprecedented events like school closures, the Arts and Education Council began providing a weekly resource designed specifically for educators to help keep students in our bi-state connected to and through the arts.

As the 2019-2020 school year wrapped up we continued to provide resources to educators throughout the summer.  With many local school districts operating remotely or in a hybrid model, we've continued to send this newsletter. The archived newsletters below include online educational tools, art projects for students at home and news for art educators. Parents and guardians can also use these tools to keep their children engaged and creating all 

Coloring sheet, bagpipe builder and Play at Home 

Watercolor resist tutorial and COVID-19 Memory Project

Resources from The Sheldon and Springboard to Learning

Stick puppet theatre and Instrument Playground online

Young Playwrights and Fairy House Architects

Watercolors, Caribbean Music, and Creating connection through generations

Resources from PBS for visual art and Spotlight on 2021 St. Louis Arts Awards Co-host Dr. Terry Harris

STEAM Professional Development, Harry Potter, and Memory Box creation

Lesson Plan Introducing orchestras, Free STEAM Certification from the Sheldon and online drama activities

Virtual streaming concert from The Sheldon,  Cinema St. Louis programs and Be an #ArtsHero Campaign

COCAedu Art Integration Workshop, Jewish Musical History and "The Glass Menagerie"