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Artsonia Mentor Program (2014)

The 2014 Artsonia Mentor program connected experienced Artsonia teachers with teachers who needed a little help or encouragement getting started. Mentors were given a list of schools with teacher names who had created an Artsonia account in the past, but had yet to actually publish artwork. By sharing one’s experiences and knowledge, mentors helped to inspire these local schools to begin publishing their students’ artworks! We extend our sincere thanks to all of those who took part in the 2014 Artsonia Mentor Program!

Although our Mentor Program is now over, if you’re new to Artsonia and would like some help getting started, please send an email to Tiffany@artsonia.com. We still have many teachers willing to help out in their local areas.

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Comments on: "Artsonia Mentor Program (2014)" (8)

  1. Mia’s work is amazing how well this child’s work has improved over the years. She does beautiful work. I can see the different techniques she has picked up through the years. I hope she keeps up the great work.

    • I agree look at her drawings from kindergarten thru the 5th grade.

      • I give the teacher many props for teaching these children about the many different techniques and the chance to experiment with these different and difficult techniques

      • This could help this child with cooking which is an art form, painting, Photography, many things. Great job to the teacher.

  2. Rikyiah Glen said:

    Rikyiah Glens art statement
    I enjoy doing the word collage, I love to learn more big words.

  3. Can anyone advise me on how to get better photos of pencil drawings. Often I can’t get enough contrast and the image really is difficult to see. I am using an iPad to photograph work.

  4. Yes! All student profiles have room for two registered parents. Via your teacher section, you can simply click on a student’s name in the roster and then add a 2nd parent email address if necessary!

  5. Can anyone tell me if it’s possible to enter two parent email addresses in for one student? With more and more “unconventional” families/home life for students, I have a few parents who want access and I’m not sure how to do that since the other parent already created an account. Thank you in advance for your help!

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