Arte a Scuola is on Facebook!

ArteaScuola now has its own Facebook page where all posts will be published and you will be able to leave comments and likings. Open the page at www.facebook.com/pages/Arte-a-Scuola and tell me if you … [Read more...]

Video Tutorial: The illusion of space

There are six easy ways to make our three-dimensional drawings and give the illusion of depth and space; through these six tips we could see through the history of art and discover how artists have … [Read more...]

Create animated banners with Presenter

Presenter is a simple online program for creating presentations or animated banners ... It is very interesting and easy to use, so much so that I took the opportunity to create the presentation of a … [Read more...]

Compose a Picasso’s head … on-line!

A fun on-line program to achieve our personal portrait in the cubist style of Picasso. The site is called PICASSO HEAD and with some tools of graphics and color, we can compose our cubist head, Have … [Read more...]

Welcome to the new site Arteascuola!

Welcome to you, old friend or new visitor, in the new website of Arteascuola, that m eans Art at School, renovated in appearance and in the organization of content. We meet here to share with more … [Read more...]

AZION…ARTI: another amazing italian Art Ed Blog

Here another new Art Blog from an Italian art teacher! She is Laura Tomasi, we met almost 30 years ago at the Secondary Art School of Trento and we have always been good friends! The title is … [Read more...]

OVO, Amazing Art Lessons online!!

Amazing website for our online classes: concise, precise, with stunning moving images ... in a few minutes the contents that count ... undoubtedly interesting for a distracted teenagers audiences … [Read more...]

Welcome to another Italian Art TeacherBlogger!

Welcome to Dietro il dipinto (behind the painting), a new blog by Patrizia Freschi, Art Teacher in Arezzo. Thanks to share!!! a drawing by Lorenzo A. … [Read more...]

ARTE IN CLASSE: welcome to the new blog!

Here is the blog of Martina Malpaga, who currently teaches Art in Taio (TN). I am very happy to follow it and would also recommend it to friends and colleagues who follow my blog, the network of … [Read more...]