ArtFeeds in the Schools
This project was a partnership between Hawthorne and Central elementary schools in Helena, MT and the Holter Museum of Art’s Artist-in-Resident program. We created a common space for students engaging in in-person learning and in the Digital Learning setting to merge and share their creativity and the results of individual exploration.
Our Artist-in-Residence drew on their own teaching experiences and the ideas behind ArtFeeds to walk K-2 participants through emotional processing of school closures.
The residency continues this year at Hawthorne and Central and is expanding to Bryant and Kessler Elementary Schools.
ArtFeeds – Middle School
This workshop allows participants to work with artists exploring ways to use visual arts and writing to help navigate life while expressing in a space shared with peers.
It is an offshoot of the Holter’s existing Art for Survival High School programming that allows Middle School age participants a space to share among peers.