ELEMENTARY VISUAL ART
Overview of Program
In Dallas ISD, we are dedicated to include quality visual arts programming in all elementary schools. Students participate in a variety of creative experiences within the classroom using developmentally appropriate materials. Curricular content is relevant, engaging and appropriate. Aesthetic and cultural connections are enriched with community partnerships.
Our vision is to prepare students who have strong personal interest in the arts to successfully pursue higher learning. We help students discover and develop their unique skills and talents through integrated arts and academic programs.
- Dallas Museum of Art
- Dallas Contemporary
- African American Museum
- SMU Meadows Museum
- Crow Collection of Asian Art
- Nasher Sculpture Center
- UNT Instead Institute
- The Cedars Union
- City of Dallas - Office of Cultural Affairs
- Love Field
- Latino Arts Project
- Big Thought
- Dallas Veterans Day Parade
WE WON 2020 TAEA District of Distinction! Congratulations ALL!
TAEA YAM Governor’s Gallery 2021
More good news - Lenny Duncan’s artwork was chosen by Mrs. Abbott for the Governor’s Gallery, the piece of art is to be matted, framed and displayed for an entire year in the Texas State Capitol. Kudos to Lenny for this amazing recognition!
Scroll Through the Gallery HERE
2021 YAM CAPITOL EXHIBIT
Congratulations to Rosemont ES art teacher Stacy Ciancilli and her 2nd grade students Lenny Duncan and Evalisse Figueroa for being selected for the 2021 Youth Art Month (YAM) Capitol Exhibit in Austin, TX. We are so very proud of these young artists.
Click HERE to check out slide show. Enjoy.
_______________________________________YAM Youth Art Month Exhibits
Each March, Youth Art Month celebrates our talented student artists throughout the Dallas Independent School District.
A virtual art show of different levels of schools have been created in 2021 due to the pandemic.
Enjoy this new accessible online format, and our students’ creativity plus their unique expressive voices.
Featuring, first up:
Winnetka, WHES and Anderson ES YAM
William Lipscomb, Bushman and Blair ES YAM
William B. Travis Vanguard ES YAM
Sidney Lanier, Seagoville, and Seagoville North
Stevens C. Foster, STAG in Pleasant Grove and Solar Prep for Boys
Thelma E.P. Richardson, Sudie Williams, Stevens Park ES
Thomas L. Marsalis ES
Trinity Heights Talented & Gifted, Gooch, Tolbert ES
SAN JACINTO, CONNER, BURLESON