Arts Council announces Artists in School grants

Saturday, January 26, 2013

Ridgecrest class 2012
Artist in Residence program



Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council Announces 2013 Artists in Schools Grants

The Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council is pleased to announce the recipients of our 2013 Artists in Schools grants (formally called the Artists-in-Residence program). The grants are awarded to PreK-12th grade teachers and classrooms in the Shoreline School District. This program has been providing arts education throughout the district since 1993 with the majority of funding made possible through the Shoreline Arts Festival GALA event with additional support from the Shoreline Public Schools Foundation, government and foundation grants and the community.

This year the Arts Council funded $18,190 in Artists in Schools grants with 21 projects reaching thousands of students in 14 schools and programs. These projects all feature professional teaching artists working with students in the classroom and will take place between January and June 2013. Teachers will be recognized with certificates at the Arts Council Annual Meeting Celebration on February 6, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. at Third Place Commons, Lake Forest Park Town Center.

For questions, contact Kelly Lie, Arts Education Manager, Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council, 206-417-4645.

2013 Artists in Schools Grant Recipients
   
Briarcrest Elementary

  • Art Study – Cindy Ebisu, Teacher and Jeanne Dodds, Artist

Brookside Elementary

  • Musical Theatre Dance: Telling a Story Through Dance – Matt Alford, Teacher and Melani Lyons, Artist
  • Stage the Story – Kristin Vincini, Teacher and Ruth McRee, Artist

Cascade K-8 Community School

  • The Life of Trees – Michael Callahan, Teacher and Julie Perrine, Artist

Highland Terrace Elementary

  • Family Trees – Jeanine O’Connell, Teacher and Lisa Palmatier, Artist
  • Kindergarteners Travel the World Through Art! – Annabel Bailey, Teacher and Susie Moore, Artist
  • No Boundaries – Heidi Benton, Teacher and Alan King, Artist

Lake Forest Park Elementary

  • Write Now! – Merrilyn Tucker, Teacher and Talena Kettrell, Artist

Meridian Park Elementary

  • Creative Ballet: Phase 2 – Pamela Willoughby, Teacher and Tim and Alex Lynch, Artists
  • Mosaic Insect Classroom Project – Jodi Steele, Teacher and Tina Carpenter, Artist
  • Pioneer Arts – Denise Peters, Teacher and Elsa Bouman, Artist

Parkwood Elementary

  • Patterns in Nature – Kristin Mesler, Teacher and Mona Fairbanks, Artist
  • Social Learning through the Performing Arts for Special Needs Students – Marilyn Overton, Teacher and Scott Jackman, Artist

Ridgecrest Elementary

  • Habitat – Mary Rae, Teacher and Ruth McRee, Artist

Syre Elementary

  • Animal Adaptations and Habitats, Melissa Ceesay, Teacher and Amaranta Ibarra-Sandys, Artist
  • Exploring Clay: A Pottery Experience – David Tadlock, Principal and Julie Perrine, Artist
  • Tea Overboard, Dede Ford, Teacher and Ruth McRee, Artist

Einstein Middle School

  • Einstein Edible School Yard Stepping Stones - Mary Thurber, Teacher and Tina Carpenter, Artist

Shorecrest High School

  • Contemporary Meaning in Contemporary Art and Society – Laura King, Teacher and Randy Williams, Artist
  • Watercolor for All – Tizbee Holm, Teacher and Aime Palmer, Artist

Multiple Schools

  • Music and Social Skills for Students with Special Needs
    • Artist, Wendy Zieve with 
    • Karen Hogan, Teacher at Fircrest School; 
    • Erin Stewart, Teacher at Kellogg Middle School; 
    • Layna Marab, Teacher at Meridian Park Elementary; 
    • Sarah Bayle, Teacher at Highland Terrace Elementary; and 
    • Judy Schaad, Teacher at Shorewood High School


The Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to nurture all of the arts in the community through programs and events, arts education, advocacy, and support for artists and arts organizations.


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