Archive: Arts Education News

  1. POL Heads to Washington D.C.

    By Meredith Callis, Arts Education Special Projects Coordinator – The final countdown has arrived for the Poetry Out Loud (POL) Nationals next week. We are thrilled to be joining Alyvia Crawley, a junior of Clarksville High School, as she represents Tennessee with 51 other finalists from across the U.S. This is Alyvia’s first year competing […]

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  2. Available Art Teacher Positions with Hamilton County Schools

    Are you looking for a dynamic place to start your career? Ready for the next adventure in teaching? There’s no better place than Chattanooga! The Hamilton County Department of Education is seeking MULTIPLE Art Teachers for various schools. Please note that this is an open posting and that individual school assignments have not yet been […]

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  3. Teaching Artist Demonstrates TN History through Hands-On Toymaking Presentations

    By Meredith Callis – After a 33 year career in Tennessee public schools, Roy Henson is using his platform as a teaching artist to expose students to the history of his home state. Mr. Henson’s passion for the creativity of past generations is brought into public school classrooms and demonstrated through hands-on presentations of the historical […]

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  4. TN POL 2018 is Saturday, March 10

    By Meredith Callis – We are busy getting ready to present the Tennessee Poetry Out Loud (POL) contest, the national poetry recitation contest for high school students, which will be held for the second time at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum on March 10th. Students will recite classic and contemporary poems of their choice in a competition style similar […]

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  5. Tennessee Poetry Out Loud Contest: Meet the Student Competitors

    From Meredith Callis, Arts Education Special Project Coordinator – The 2018 Tennessee Poetry Out Loud (POL) Contest will be held in the Ford Theater at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum on Saturday, March 10, 2018. The contest begins at 10:00 a.m. and is free and open to the public. Meet the nineteen […]

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  6. Gundlach continues her love of teaching clay to young students

    By Melanie Tucker –  When clay artist Annamaria Gundlach arrives for class, her instruction is part science, part math, part art and all around fun for the elementary students learning the tricks of her trade. Gundlach, a resident of Blount County, is a professional artist whose work has been displayed here and worldwide. Her latest […]

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