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Bay Area online arts education resources

Our list of classes for youth, and resources for the parents and teachers who support their creativity, skills, and well-being. The Arts Education Alliance of the Bay Area is working hard to provide applicable, useful resources to keep our constituents engaged and learning through the arts. The following is a list of arts focused classes, art prompts, and movement breaks to connect, move your body and release any pent up energy. These resources are from organizations who are local to the San Francisco Bay Area. They are likely available to provide virtual class visits and may already have a relationship with your school district. Keep checking back - we’ll continue to add to this list. A daily listing of classes can be found on AEABA’s Bay Area Arts Education community calendar:

Parent Lead Activities & Open Ended Artist Prompts: Music Is First PreK - 5th - Music activities, music literacy, making instruments for parents/educators to do with their kids/students California Shakespeare Theater 8-18yrs - A library of in-depth study guides available to teachers and students everywhere. Please feel free to share these resources widely. Galileo Learning K-5th - Daily Hands-on STEAM projects. FXFD First Exposure 12-18yrs - Photography Prompts Art in Acton K-8th grade - Visual arts lessons with videos, daily streaming links, museum links, at home videos. Where Art Lives program 4th-12th grade - Worksheets and power points to help students learn how to draw graffiti-style letters and words. San Francisco Children's Art Center 4-10yrs - Visual arts activities for families that are open-ended in nature with a process-oriented approach to exploring everyday materials that most families already have at home. Jewish Contemporary Museum Need a cure for #homeschooling Monday madness? We’ll be sharing remote learning resources, featuring bite-sized activities, prompts, and worksheets to kick off the school week on Mondays Streaming on Face Book, Instagram or YouTube:

Alonzo King LINES Ballet Youtube Videotaped lesson excerpts by grade level. We're also sending out weekly At-Home Lesson Plans for families with video links, images, coloring pages, etc. Offering Free Friday classes for K-2, 3rd-5th grades and 6-8th graders now through May 1. Email community@linesballet.org to be added to the email list. The Peoples Conservatory YouTube 6-18yrs - Hip Hop arts, Capoeira, Instrumental Music, Visual Arts, and STEM--Coding, Gardening from you home, Cardboard Engineering/Solar Energy, Math, and Science. Sadie Phoenix Youtube Youth,Teens & Adults - Art Cards for Essential Workers Ms. Simone Nia Rae MMT YouTube K-8th grade - Ms. Simone Nia Rae teacher Art teacher at North Oakland Community Charter School Girl Garage Instargam 9-13 girls - Distance School for Fearless Builder Girls. Alpahabetrockers FaceBook All Ages - Rock the Block Daily MON-FRI // 4PM PST Jewish Contemporary Museum FaceBook 13-19yrs - Need a cure for #homeschooling Monday madness? We’ll be sharing remote learning resources, featuring bite-sized activities, prompts, and worksheets to kick off the school week on Mondays. On-Going or Private Classes The Peoples Conservatory 6-18yrs - Hip Hop arts, Capoeira, Instrumental Music, Visual Arts, and STEM--Coding, Gardening from you home, Cardboard Engineering/Solar Energy, Math, and Science. Chapter 510 13-19yrs - Join poet Gabriel Cortez & Chapter 510 for free online poetry writing workshops, Thursdays through the end of May. Tune in as we transform your phone, tablet, and computer screen into a creative writing space. Get inspired, put pen to page and write what comes to heart. Wendy Soneson 10-99 yrs - Watercolor lessons podcasts articles and private lessons Project Commotion 2 yrs- Teens - Movement lessons for children and adults (developmental movement, dance, martial arts, tumbling, circus) Dance Mission Teens/Adults - For the classes being offered through Dance Mission Theater. Please be sure to sign up at least 15 minutes early as the Zoom link is emailed (to the email address connected to your Mindbody account) 10 minutes prior to class. (Note: If you are late signing up to a class, email stella@dancemission.com and she will sign you up on the back end.) Christine Joy Ferrer 3-10yrs - Movement-based Activities. Dance and Gymnastics Tips & Tricks for Indoor Play and Creativity with your Kids Parents Bookmark these websites in your web browser. They provide interactive educational games and activities for children of all ages as well as sites that have a large catalog of arts related resources. KQED Online Learning Resource Offering an at-home learning response to school closures for all children and youth in California. This response includes a new educational schedule for broadcast on KQED Plus in the Bay Area as well as free corresponding digital learning media and activities for at-home learning Alameda County Office of Education Distance Arts Learning Create CA Create at home is split into six categories, they’ve curated some of the best resources out there. Audible Starting today, kids everywhere can instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across six different languages. Virtual School Activities A collection of sites to live webcams, virtual tours/trips, and other miscellaneous fun educational sites PBS Kids Daily News Letter PBS KIDS’ new weekday newsletter offers activities and tips you can use to help kids play and learn at home. PBS Kids The PBS KIDS Video app gives kids and parents access to thousands of free videos, including full episodes and clips from top PBS KIDS series. Home School Anti -Oppressive Resources A small collection of crowdsourced anti-oppressive, anti-racist home school curriculum ideas and resources for families. The Art of Education University Down loadable document 100 Silly Drawing Prompts to Engage Your Students UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center Download this App for an introduction to mindfulness meditation that you can practice in English or Spanish. For Teaching Artists Learn where to post your online classes, access resources that will help you make the transition to producing online content. Use this form to add your lessons to our list of Bay Area arts education resources. Teachers can add your scheduled online classes to our calendar with the form at the bottom of the arts education community calendar page. You can also have your free online arts offerings featured on the reate CA #CreateAtHome site. Submit your resource here. Teaching art online The shifting to online class content requires educators to obtain new technical skills, restructure of how they deliver their content, develop effective ways to connect with their students through cyberspace in a way that builds a sense of community. This can be over whelming and may seem unachievable. To help get you started on this journey here are some resources that simplify the content and will make the transition a little less nerve racking. Get Educated - 10 Free Courses for Online Teachers Zoom Tips for Educators Power point with illustrated explications Accessible Teaching In The Time Of Covid-19 Checklists to make sure your websites are as accessible as possible for all learners. Student-Centered Approaches to Online and Distance Learning A relational, supportive approach that offers students connection, community, and agency in their own learning. Youth In Arts Need lesson ideas check out this ARTS Bank. Arts Resources for Teachers and Students Online Searchable database of art activities and lessons for school or home. How to Make an Art Tutorial With an iPhone This video walk syou through making an art tutorial using just your iPhone and iMovie. 7 BEST Websites and Apps for Distance Learning - FREE Google Classroom, Screencastiy, Jamboard, Zteboard, Google Meet Up, Zoom Flipgrid The popular tool has features that teachers in any subject can use to help students connect with each other and share their learning. EDPuzzel - FREE Create Video-based Lessons a Little Faster With This Chrome Extension. The Art of Education Is hosting free weekly webinars for art teachers. Find more resources for educators in our “Surviving And Thriving During COVID-19” post.Our list of classes for youth, and resources for the parents and teachers who support their creativity, skills, and well-being. The Arts Education Alliance of the Bay Area is working hard to provide applicable, useful resources to keep our constituents engaged and learning through the arts. The following is a list of arts focused classes, art prompts, and movement breaks to connect, move your body and release any pent up energy. These resources are from organizations who are local to the San Francisco Bay Area. They are likely available to provide virtual class visits and may already have a relationship with your school district. Keep checking back - we’ll continue to add to this list. A daily listing of classes can be found on AEABA’s Bay Area Arts Education community calendar: Parent Lead Activities & Open Ended Artist Prompts: Music Is First PreK - 5th - Music activities, music literacy, making instruments for parents/educators to do with their kids/students California Shakespeare Theater 8-18yrs - A library of in-depth study guides available to teachers and students everywhere. Please feel free to share these resources widely. Galileo Learning K-5th - Daily Hands-on STEAM projects. FXFD First Exposure 12-18yrs - Photography Prompts Art in Acton K-8th grade - Visual arts lessons with videos, daily streaming links, museum links, at home videos. Where Art Lives program 4th-12th grade - Worksheets and power points to help students learn how to draw graffiti-style letters and words. San Francisco Children's Art Center 4-10yrs - Visual arts activities for families that are open-ended in nature with a process-oriented approach to exploring everyday materials that most families already have at home. Jewish Contemporary Museum Need a cure for #homeschooling Monday madness? We’ll be sharing remote learning resources, featuring bite-sized activities, prompts, and worksheets to kick off the school week on Mondays Streaming on Face Book, Instagram or YouTube:

Alonzo King LINES Ballet Youtube Videotaped lesson excerpts by grade level. We're also sending out weekly At-Home Lesson Plans for families with video links, images, coloring pages, etc. Offering Free Friday classes for K-2, 3rd-5th grades and 6-8th graders now through May 1. Email community@linesballet.org to be added to the email list. The Peoples Conservatory YouTube 6-18yrs - Hip Hop arts, Capoeira, Instrumental Music, Visual Arts, and STEM--Coding, Gardening from you home, Cardboard Engineering/Solar Energy, Math, and Science. Sadie Phoenix Youtube Youth,Teens & Adults - Art Cards for Essential Workers Ms. Simone Nia Rae MMT YouTube K-8th grade - Ms. Simone Nia Rae teacher Art teacher at North Oakland Community Charter School Girl Garage Instargam 9-13 girls - Distance School for Fearless Builder Girls. Alpahabetrockers FaceBook All Ages - Rock the Block Daily MON-FRI // 4PM PST Jewish Contemporary Museum FaceBook 13-19yrs - Need a cure for #homeschooling Monday madness? We’ll be sharing remote learning resources, featuring bite-sized activities, prompts, and worksheets to kick off the school week on Mondays.

On-Going or Private Classes

The Peoples Conservatory 6-18yrs - Hip Hop arts, Capoeira, Instrumental Music, Visual Arts, and STEM--Coding, Gardening from you home, Cardboard Engineering/Solar Energy, Math, and Science. Chapter 510 13-19yrs - Join poet Gabriel Cortez & Chapter 510 for free online poetry writing workshops, Thursdays through the end of May. Tune in as we transform your phone, tablet, and computer screen into a creative writing space. Get inspired, put pen to page and write what comes to heart. Wendy Soneson 10-99 yrs - Watercolor lessons podcasts articles and private lessons Project Commotion 2 yrs- Teens - Movement lessons for children and adults (developmental movement, dance, martial arts, tumbling, circus) Dance Mission Teens/Adults - For the classes being offered through Dance Mission Theater. Please be sure to sign up at least 15 minutes early as the Zoom link is emailed (to the email address connected to your Mindbody account) 10 minutes prior to class. (Note: If you are late signing up to a class, email stella@dancemission.com and she will sign you up on the back end.) Christine Joy Ferrer 3-10yrs - Movement-based Activities. Dance and Gymnastics Tips & Tricks for Indoor Play and Creativity with your Kids

Parents Bookmark these websites in your web browser. They provide interactive educational games and activities for children of all ages as well as sites that have a large catalog of arts related resources. KQED Online Learning Resource Offering an at-home learning response to school closures for all children and youth in California. This response includes a new educational schedule for broadcast on KQED Plus in the Bay Area as well as free corresponding digital learning media and activities for at-home learning Alameda County Office of Education Distance Arts Learning Create CA Create at home is split into six categories, they’ve curated some of the best resources out there. Audible Starting today, kids everywhere can instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across six different languages. Virtual School Activities A collection of sites to live webcams, virtual tours/trips, and other miscellaneous fun educational sites PBS Kids Daily News Letter PBS KIDS’ new weekday newsletter offers activities and tips you can use to help kids play and learn at home. PBS Kids The PBS KIDS Video app gives kids and parents access to thousands of free videos, including full episodes and clips from top PBS KIDS series. Home School Anti -Oppressive Resources A small collection of crowdsourced anti-oppressive, anti-racist home school curriculum ideas and resources for families. The Art of Education University Down loadable document 100 Silly Drawing Prompts to Engage Your Students UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center Download this App for an introduction to mindfulness meditation that you can practice in English or Spanish.

For Teaching Artists Learn where to post your online classes, access resources that will help you make the transition to producing online content. Use this form to add your lessons to our list of Bay Area arts education resources. Teachers can add your scheduled online classes to our calendar with the form at the bottom of the arts education community calendar page. You can also have your free online arts offerings featured on the reate CA #CreateAtHome site. Submit your resource here.



Teaching art online The shifting to online class content requires educators to obtain new technical skills, restructure of how they deliver their content, develop effective ways to connect with their students through cyberspace in a way that builds a sense of community. This can be over whelming and may seem unachievable. To help get you started on this journey here are some resources that simplify the content and will make the transition a little less nerve racking. Get Educated - 10 Free Courses for Online Teachers Zoom Tips for Educators Power point with illustrated explications Accessible Teaching In The Time Of Covid-19 Checklists to make sure your websites are as accessible as possible for all learners. Student-Centered Approaches to Online and Distance Learning A relational, supportive approach that offers students connection, community, and agency in their own learning. Youth In Arts Need lesson ideas check out this ARTS Bank. Arts Resources for Teachers and Students Online Searchable database of art activities and lessons for school or home. How to Make an Art Tutorial With an iPhone This video walk syou through making an art tutorial using just your iPhone and iMovie. 7 BEST Websites and Apps for Distance Learning - FREE Google Classroom, Screencastiy, Jamboard, Zteboard, Google Meet Up, Zoom Flipgrid The popular tool has features that teachers in any subject can use to help students connect with each other and share their learning. EDPuzzel - FREE Create Video-based Lessons a Little Faster With This Chrome Extension. The Art of Education Is hosting free weekly webinars for art teachers. Find more resources for educators in our “Surviving And Thriving During COVID-19” post.


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