It’s another school year and we know most of our readers have been busy preparing their art classrooms to inspire and organize their students. Did you create a genius new system for storing sketchbooks? Or is your storage room an original work of art that maximizes every inch of space available? Then we want to see it.
Wouldn’t it be amazing to see the organizational solutions used by other art educators for supplies, artwork and more? Well this is your chance to share your art space solutions… and see others.
By September 25, send a photo of your art classroom organization to email@example.com. We’ll compile all the art classroom photos into one showcase post and in our Flickr photo stream. Take a look at last years “Art Room Showcase 2009″. We’ll also feature three lucky photos on our home page as the new “cover art” for The Teaching Palette.
It doesn’t matter what level you teach, we want to see how you organize your space. No art classroom space is too small or too large to share. In the end, we hope to provide an abundance of solutions in an online gallery to help art teachers around the globe get inspired to organize their own spaces. Start opening those drawers, cabinets and storage closets and snap some photos!
How to send your organizational tip:
Snap a photo and send it as an attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line Art Room Organization. Include your name, school, town, state and brief description of the photo.
UPDATE 9/27/10: Check out the fantastic submissions by our Teaching Palette Readers!