ArtCarAVan School Request 2018
On Friday, April 27th the Art-Car-A-Van will be rolling out to Hamilton County Schools. Students will meet two artists from different parts of the country, interact with their artwork, and learn about different art mediums and techniques. Artists also share how they took their idea, something that was different, and how they chose to embrace it as a gift. Since 2012, over 20,000 students, most of them without an art program in their school, have been inspired by this unique learning experience. We also work with each school to help incorporate existing curricula and increase student engagement.
"These artists are positive role models of what you can accomplish when you believe in yourself." Carla Guerra, Teacher
School (Full Name and Address)
Please tell us your name, contact information, and position at the school. If you are a teacher, please list your grade level and subject.
Are you a Title I School
Have we visited your school before?
How you can help get the ArtCarAVan to your school April 27th...
Unfortunately, not every school has the same means and every child deserves this opportunity. Your community and your school can make a big difference.
Our school will support the ArtCarAVan by: (check all that apply)
Raising money through your PTA. Art 120 will be happy to visit at your next PTA meeting. There are cool perks such as t-shirts, tote bags, and even art car rides for different fundraising levels
Encouraging parents to donate online and vote for their school (
). Art 120 can provide fliers and the same cool perks above apply
Share with local businesses that support my school. Art 120 can provide sponsorship fliers on your school's behalf.
Allow Art 120 to follow up and assist when able to hep my school's fundraising efforts
Why is art important for your school?
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Do you have anything else you'd like to add?
Thank you for your time and input. We will let you know if your school is selected by April 17th.
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