Rosanne G. Henderson
Salt Lake City School District is your best choice for fine arts education. We are currently focusing on the goal that every child has access to a quality arts education.
The Salt Lake City School District Office of Fine Arts under the Department of Academic Services and Professional Development expects that the Utah State Office of Education Fine Arts Core Curriculum which includes music, visual art, drama, and dance be taught to our students. We are working towards this outcome by providing professional development, resources, and support for our classroom teachers.
We currently have 29 Artstream Schools that have made a commitment to providing arts education to their students. Fourteen of our elementary schools are currently participating in the Beverley Taylor Sorenson Arts Learning Program, where a half time arts specialist is funded through a legislative initiative. Salt Lake City School District also funds music specialists for each of its elementary schools. We also appreciate any support we receive from our patrons, arts organizations, business and community partners.
Visual Art Show 2013
Featuring Artwork from the Salt Lake City School District Middle School and High School Students
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Artistic License: The Fine Arts Department Newsletter
Past Issues of Artistic License: Volume 6 Issue 3 | Newsletter Archive
Current Issue of Artistic License: Volume 7 Issue 1
Jacobsen, Elverta (1900-?), of Brigham City and Salt Lake City, was the pupil at one time or another of Joseph Everett, Lynn Fausett, Mary Kimball, Beatrice Fanning, and Michael Cannon. A longterm student and dedicated member of Associated Utah Artists and the Everett Art Guild, he also became an oil painter and watercolorist of landscape and still-life pieces, and... Read more.
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Artstream, is a Salt Lake City School District Choice Initiative offered in several schools working collaboratively across elementary, middle and high school levels to provide strong academics and more ways for students to learn and find success by integrating dance, drama, music and visual arts into the curriculum, K-12.
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