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We help you love teaching art so that you can give your children all the benefits of art and creativity in their education.

Teaching art can feel overwhelming, but I’m confident that, no matter what your background is, YOU can teach art! In this weekly podcast, you’ll receive help with the details and the big picture of teaching art as my guests and I discuss topics like:

  • Fun art project ideas
  • What to teach in an art lesson and how to teach it
  • Where to buy art supplies, and what supplies I suggest
  • Scripts for explaining hard concepts to students
  • The Elements of Art
  • The Classical model of education, and
  • What it means to live a creative life

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Mar 5, 2020

Art Events’ is the umbrella term I’ve given to in-person events where we create art. This includes painting parties, art camps, and art classes. 

We’ve talked about art events on the podcast before when we heard from Emily Magone in episode #48, where she explained HOW to conduct painting parties. Now we want to...


Dec 25, 2019

The birth and incarnation of Christ are often featured in great works of art- but what is the significance of the incarnation for Christians? 

In this Season 3 Finale and Special Christmas Episode, Julie and Deanna study John 1:1-18 and discuss how to understand this beautiful but sometimes confusing passage and what it...


Dec 13, 2019

Whether you're buying yourself art supplies, picking out supplies for your classroom, or purchasing a gift for a fellow artist, here are some tips on how to pick which art supplies to purchase.


Nov 28, 2019

Deanna and I are chatting about our favorite art projects that make nice handmade gifts. We hope you'll try one or more of these!

Full Show Notes with all the links: https://ridgelightranch.com/art-project-gifts/

 


Nov 14, 2019

Vincent van Gogh is one of the best-known artists of all time. He's known for his unique style and strangely beautiful works and art, but also for his short, tragic life. Today we're talking about van Gogh and what we love about his art.

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