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Feb 14, 2014

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#whatsyourart – Anyone Can Teach a Class

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Some think being an ‘artist’ means you have to paint, draw, or sculpt.

An ‘artist’ is actually anyone who does ordinary things in extraordinary ways.

Art is everywhere around us.

  • Anyone can write a speech. It takes an artist to move minds and change the world.
  • Anyone can cook dinner. It takes an artist to create a meal worth remembering.
  • Anyone can teach a class. It takes an artist to inspire a new generation.
  • Anyone can build a house. It takes an artist to build a beautiful, functional home.
  • Anyone can sing a song. It takes an artist to move an audience to tears.

Art is about more than paintings and statues – it’s about creativity, and excellence. It’s about going above and beyond in whatever you’re doing simply because you’re passionate about it, and because anything worth doing is worth doing right!

The world needs more art and artists – not less!

As teachers, it’s our job to help our students find the value of creation, creativity, and passion, in their own lives.

As teachers, It’s our job to help our students discover their own art!

What’s your art?
#whatsyourart

 


 

Does this ring true? How can your help your students discover their unique art?

In the coming weeks, look for more #whatsyourart ideas/images here.

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  • Julieshields

    Are these posters for sale?

    • http://www.theartofed.com/ Jessica Balsley

      Julie – we really hadn’t thought about selling them. They were intended as a tool to spread the value of art ed and creativity online, but if there’s enough art teachers who want them – we could possibly print a small batch?

  • Christina

    These are amazing words! The teachers at my school are struggling with low morale, and the administration is struggling with how to improve it. As with all things we do, attitude and perspective can be the difference between success and failure. These words may be the spark to encourage the discouraged. Thank you.

    • http://www.theartofed.com/ Jessica Balsley

      Great, Christina! I know this message isn’t just for ‘art teachers’ either. The rest of your staff my enjoy it, feel free to share away!