Doodle for Google is a national contest hosted by Google that gives K-12 students the opportunity to create a drawing that could be featured on the Google homepage.
Tyler Watts uses Post-it Notes to create colorful pop-culture pictures for the holidays. He has made them around Kentucky and gotten national media attention.
Students are invited to be part of the Governor’s Derby Celebration by contributing a painted canvas for the tables on the grounds of the Old State Capitol during the festivities.
Students in grades 9-12 are invited to submit original artwork for the Governor’s Derby Poster Contest. Students are invited to submit their rendition of what they think Derby day looks like, with the winning poster to be displayed in the Capitol.
The 2018 VSA Kentucky Student Traveling Exhibition, “A Matter of Perspective,” has begun its tour and is available free of charge to schools, museums and other institutions.
The Living Arts and Science Center in Lexington offers science discovery field trips, planetarium shows and outreach programs to schools.
High school students may enter The Gallery Collection’s Create-A-Greeting-Card Scholarship Contest, in which they can submit original artwork, computer graphics or a photograph for the front of a greeting card.
A Johnson County teacher uses elements of writing, art and music to help her students master mathematics skills.
Shelby County's Kari Jesse shares how she learned to find her inner artist and enrich her Spanish classes by integrating art into her classroom.
Register now for the 2nd annual Arts Education Summit, scheduled for June 14-15 at the Galt House in Louisville.