Revealing Their Potential

“Art helps us see connections, and bring a more coherent meaning to our world.”

– Ernest Boyer, President, Carnegie Foundation

Weathering a constant onslaught of inputs, distractions, and technology, it can be difficult for today’s students to encounter tangible examples of human creativity, ingenuity, and imagination.

This in turn can make it difficult to recognize the inherent creativity, ingenuity, and imagination within themselves.

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Promoting Holistic Growth

“For anyone to grow up complete¬†art is imperative.”

– Paul Harvey, Broadcaster/Commentator

Mind, body, and spirit must all be nurtured and developed to yield lifelong wellness and wellbeing. As human beings, we instinctively look to our environments to understand how we should act and behave. Educational environments should reflect the values and attributes that the school works to instill within its students.

Give Spaces a Voice Through Art

“Science and art equally are expressions of man’s marvelous plasticity of mind.

– Jacob Bronowski, scientist

Educational environments should be flush with life, energy, and beauty. They should inspire and motivate. They should help teach and guide.

Art gives these environments a voice through which they can accomplish these things.

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Art, Everywhere

Every space has a story to tell.
 
Classrooms, hallways, administrative areas, cafeterias, dormitories, and more.
 
All these present opportunities to engage and encourage with beauty and creativity.