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Hyperallergic reached out to several art schools in California to see how they are planning to address the need for social distancing while maintaining the integrity of their arts curriculums.
The 18th Street Arts Center is launching a mini-semester’s worth of virtual art school for children, from toddlers to teenagers.
Faced with adversity, I have learned to keep moving forward. As an Iranian-American, having interruptions to my education has been more the norm than the exception.
As we individually scramble to stock our pantries and secure our loved ones, we are also figuring out how on earth to switch our hands-on teaching of studio-based art to virtual platforms.
Each public school in the Garden State provides some type of arts instruction for students. However, their work “remains unfinished” as they continue to equalize opportunities for artistic instruction in “less affluent schools.”
The work of arts providers has been put on hold as district and union leadership continue to negotiate around teacher demands for smaller class sizes, more support staff, less standardized testing, and higher pay.