Beaverton Art Literacy 2014

Nancy Ryles Art Show May 2013

Matisse Nancy Ryles 13

We Believe Art Literacy...

Helps students to think creatively and problem solve, both which help prepare them for the future.

Helps students learn how to observe, something naturalists, climatologists, writers and doctors need to know how to do.

Encourages students to form mental images - an ability chemists, engineers, architects, designers and inventors use to think up new ideas!

Celebrates many perspectives. Students learn to value diverse views and cultures, something ever important in a global society.

Has the unique ability to communicate ideas and emotions of the human spirit, conncecting us to our history, traditions and heritage.

Helps students to realize there are many ways to see and interpret the world.

 

Volunteer Today!

Become a part of the volunteer community bringing art to Beaverton classrooms.

Please consider becoming an Art Literacy Volunteer. There is no cost to you, all materials and training are provided by school Art Literacy Coordinators and several of our schools need volunteers to present Art Literacy in classrooms. 

 You do not need to be a parent of a student to participate!

Contact Jill Bogle at Jill_Bogle@beaverton.k12.or.us for information.

 

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Nancy Ryles Art Show May 2013

 

 

 

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