ASI January Newsletter

Dear Friends of ASI,
We hope you had a great holiday break.
As we return to work and continue into the new year, we are excited to introduce many new classes and resources to students. Look for these resources to be available on our website. Also, be sure to follow our social media to stay posted on future updates, announcements, and events.
Wishing you a happy and healthy New Year!


Celebrating diversity in the Arts by sharing research on people who inspire!

Be sure to join ASI at our virtual volunteer event on January 18th by sharing stories about diversity in the arts and creating an arts curriculum that inspires youth through online research. We will be facilitating this virtual event using a shared drive and meeting online at Google Meets to volunteer with others.

Click here for more information about this volunteer opportunity.

Valentine’s Day Event

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with ASI! Join our virtual event on Google Meets on February 10th to help make Valentines for seniors.

Click here for more information about this volunteer event.

Environmental Awareness

ASI is helping to spread awareness about environmental issues through our new Green Pages. Here we will highlight environmental issues, and young environmental activists.  

Protecting the environment is now more important than it ever has been. Environmental activism encompasses individuals and organizations working in scientific, social, conservational, and political fields that address the concerns of humankind’s effect on nature. It is vital that we highlight activists’ efforts and continue to speak about environmental issues to enforce a change to a cleaner future. 

There are so many ways we can help contribute to a cleaner environment. For example, we can recycle, avoid using plastic products, and make efforts to conserve energy. What can you do to help? 

Stay Updated with ASI’s Curriculum Posts

As we continue to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, we will be unable to hold in-person events and classes. ASI regularly updates our website and our YouTube channel with free teaching and learning resources.  

Be sure to check out our curriculum page for lesson plans on art history, art basics, learning math through art, and more! 

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