Do you believe art is an essential part of your child's education? Then you already know how important art education is '?? and how schools are struggling to keep their art programs alive. That's where Art Room Aid can help! A program of Blick Art Materials, Art Room Aid is helping teachers across the country enlist the aid of parents, families, friends, and other art advocates to fund their art projects and keep creative learning going.
Want to learn more? Join theTwitter Party on January 16th to find out how you can support art education, make sure art continues to play a role in your children'??s lives, and spread the word about Art Room Aid in your community. We'll be discussing projects you can do with your own kids, and sharing sources of inspiration.
Blick Twitter Party
When: Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2 p.m. ET
Where: Follow the #BlickARA hashtag on Twitter to track the conversation.
RSVP: Visit http://twtvite.com/BlickARA to RSVP
Prizes: They will give away five total prizes - two $25 Blick gift coupons, two $50 Blick gift coupons, and one $75 Blick gift coupon.
Hosts: @theMotherhood, @CooperMunroe, @EmilyMcKhann
Check out Art Room Aid here: http://www.dickblick.com/ara
Blick Art Materials website: http://www.dickblick.com/
This is a sponsored post from the Motherhood.
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