Now Streaming! ArtWorks & NMMA Student Art Exhibition

Artwork by student Luis Rascon from Katie Sward's first grade class at El Camino Real Academy.

As you know, ArtWorks and the New Mexico Museum of Art collaborate on an exhibition of student artwork hosted annually in May at the Museum. This year, we've converted the exhbition to a digital format to celebrate our student artists virtually! We hope you enjoy revisiting the special work created in the program this past year as much as we did.

Take a look, and please share far and wide! We thank you for your continued support of the ArtWorks program. While we miss seeing you all, we're looking forward to the day when we can be together again safely.  

Update: Teacher Grant Deadlines Extended


Due to the unusual ending of the school year, Partners is extending the deadline for final reports for this year's Teacher Grants, as well as the deadline for Teacher Grant applications for next year. The new deadline is September 11. We will be sending emails with more details to all teachers who received a grant this year.

NEW: Engage4Ten Program

Artwork by student Betsy Bolton from Katie Norton's second grade class at Acequia Madre Elementary School.

This June, five ArtWorks Teaching Artists - Wendy Chapin, Amy Compton, Gregory Gutin, Lucy Ranney, and Oliver Prezant - will collaborate with Santa Fe Public School teachers to share inspiring visual art, dance, and music lessons with SFPS students. 

At no cost to students, Engage4Ten will offer SFPS students online experiences that foster creativity and critical thinking in fun and highly engaging activities. These activities will be designed by SFPS classroom teachers in partnership with Art and Music community partners and District Computer Science experts, including ArtWorks Teaching Artists.

The Engage4Ten program will run from June 1 to 12, 2020. The opportunity is an optional extension of the school year that several schools selected to participate in so as to increase creative curricula for students.

ArtWorks is glad to be collaborating with the District on this new opportunity for students!

Partners in Education  has been supporting teachers in our public schools for 32 years. That's all we do. We invite you to read on to see how our programs help teachers to make a difference in the community. Your donation can be directed to a specific program or to Partners in Education in general.

Have you ever seen a big yellow school bus outside the Lensic or a museum? Each year, donors like you provide the funding for buses for nearly 600 public school classes to go on transformative educational adventures.

Treasures from the Teacher Warehouse!

The Teacher Warehouse is currently closed until further notice. We will update you when we're able to reopen.

ArtWorks is an aesthetic education program that builds critical thinking skills and frees young imaginations. ArtWorks makes the arts personally meaningful to over 1,800 public school students and teachers through an integrated program of art-making, viewing live performances and exhibits, and achieving understanding through inquiry and reflection.

Danielle Catanach-Mohler,
2018 Teachers Who Inspire award winner from Nava Elementary 

Through the generosity of donors like you, classroom teachers receive grants for innovative, curriculum-based projects. Partners in Education awards over $50,000 to about 60 teachers each year.  

Partners in Education also honors seven Santa Fe Public School teachers each year with the Teachers Who Inspire awards. 

 seeks to marshal resources and create alliances 
to foster excellence in Santa Fe's public schools. 

ArtWorksmission  i s to make the arts personally meaningful to children  and elementary school teachers through an integrated program of  art-making, viewing live performances and exhibits, and  achieving understanding through inquiry and reflection.
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