The Kennedy Center provides digital, arts education resources and lessons for K-12 students. From lessons on making advertisements to Irish folk dancing, there’s something for everyone.
Spectrum Internet is offering 60 days of free internet and no installation fees to any household with a student (K-12 and college) who signs up for new service. To enroll, call 844.488.8395.
Comics use words and graphics to tell stories of our experiences and the world around us. With your imagination and these easy-to-use tools, create your own comic! Available in 13 languages.
With tools from PBS Learning Media, make your experiences in the time of coronavirus into art. Learn to write a script and edit a video about you, tell the story of someone else, and make your own memes.
Nature inspired so much of classical music. Use this guide from the Kennedy Center to learn how to spot the natural world in sounds, and create your own classical playlist for each of the seasons.
Every week, this site features a new piece of classical music knowledge and activities. If you want more to learn, there are a number of activities and interactive ways to do so across the site.
Ryan Heffington has choreographed everything from Sia’s music videos to the TV show Euphoria. Join the worldwide community and participate in his famous Los Angeles dance classes for free on Instagram!
Everyday, the Social Distancing Festival features new work from photography exhibitions to performances from opera and broadway artists. Participate in their worldwide community celebrating art.
The Olive Film Collection provides five-minute-or-less short films exploring mental health stories. Geared toward older students, some videos contain sensitive content. Read the guide for caregivers and teachers.
A “first-aid for feelings”, Scholastic’s The Moodsters is a workbook for students 5-10 years old full of life lessons and art exercises to help cope during the Coronavirus pandemic.
WE RISE provides a variety of free events online focused on the arts, healing, and mental health. This week, join a panel to break the mental health stigma, or tune in for performances and intimate conversations with renowned artists.
Create a zine to share your own voice and stories in an accessible, DIY way with almost no limits. This guide shows you not only how to make a zine, but also how to distribute it — if you want.
Curated resources from the Los Angeles County Office of Education to support all arts education. This is for teachers and administrators to access and adapt in online learning environments.
Amplifier connects your classroom and students to a wider community with tools that integrate arts and social change. Join them in their mission to amplify art, dialogue, and cross-cultural conversation.
A six-part webinar series for teachers on the newly-adopted 2019 California Arts Standards. These webinars feature county office of education Arts Leads and TCAP Teacher Leaders addressing what’s new and challenging.
The Art of Education University offers a free weekly seminar on teaching art online in the time of COVID-19. The webinar covers everything from fostering creativity online to practicing mindfulness.