Artists On Bailey Park Art Gallery is a nonprofit gallery which seeks to show and sell the work of artists of all ages and abilities.
Please come and show your support.
Doors open at noon instead of 3pm.
My name is Christine Kernan. I have been teaching elementary art in the Tomahawk School district for 25 years. The time that I have been teaching has been exciting and constantly evolving. I have always tried to embrace changes to benefit myself and my students. Technology has also brought an intriguing new aspect to our field. STEAM is another example, although many of us have been doing this for quite a long time. I do love incorporating it into my classes.
As an art teacher, I feel that we create an outlet for our children not only to learn but to be expressive with their feelings and feel safe. Although we see so many children in a week, it's good to know that connections are made that help to make them feel better about themselves through art. I plan on staying in the profession a few more years and to keep the visual arts growing in our school and community.
Joe Haack, manager/owner of Pioneer Lanes (firstname.lastname@example.org) offered to donate $100 to each department if they create a painted logo/mascot of their school district to be displayed along the walls of the bowling alley to show their support for the school districts in the area as well as to promote bowling in the schools since there are a growing number of bowling clubs starting in the high schools.
Below are some of the publications we have been sharing between the art teachers and Pioneer Lanes you can referece to understand the program better...
Joe is also planning on a pizza party for the dedication before Thanksgiving where all the schools and their artists will be invited. I don't have the exact information yet on that, but Joe is working on it and he can share that information with you as well.
If you teach in this area please contact Pioneer Bowling to participate.
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