WELCOME TO THE NEW ARARTE

A creative professional learning community of art educators living, working or interested in Asia here to share, inspire and connect!

Expand your classroom. Become inspired and inspire others by being an active member

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your work and that of your students

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your know-how and passion

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with art teachers from around the globe

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what gets us up in the morning

Celebrate your student's work

Show us what your students are creating. Upload an album(s) of their work and it will appear on our homepage. Each month a new school will be featured on our homepage. We'll put your uploaded album in the Featured Program rotation.

May's featured program

Qatar Academy MYP

the ararte story

"The site Asia Region Art Educators first came about after an energizing art workshop with teachers from all over Asia at the International School of Beijing in 2008. The participants wanted the conversations and sharing of ideas to continue. ISB art teacher Kendra Farrell took advantage of burgeoning digital technology and the then free ning host and created the ARARTE ning. We're upgrading to a new platform, even more relevant in this dynamic 21st century, to assure that Ararte will continue to be one of the go to places for creative art educators to collaborate, inspire and share no matter where they are in the world."

Your $5 donation will help support our work.

There have been some changes to the way ARARTE works

ARARTE on FB

We're on Facebook too!

Recommendations

It seems that many teachers are interested in integrating the 8 Studio Habits into their programs these days. This video explains the habits to students and shows them how they might incorporate them into their practice.

upcoming events

 International School of Beijing

Sept. 22-24, 2017

Registration Open

The Film Art and Design Department of ISB looks forward to hosting the 10thAnnual Asia Region Workshop for Art Educators (ARWAE) conference. The conference returns to ISB where it was organized for the first time in 2008 by Kendra Farrell and Joan Lueth. The conference has grown to become the premier PD event for art teachers in Asia.