We love getting news from workshops around the country. Two exciting emails came from Shane Wiggs of Austin High School in El Paso, Texas. In December, he sent us photos of an incredible collaborative projecthis students had completed using The Memory Project Face-to-Face workshop as a guide.  He followed that up with another project this spring…. Read more »

On May 4th we held a workshop in partnership with the New-York Historical Society for a wonderful group of enthusiastic teachers. The teachers spent the day learning about using art as a primary source for teaching history through various activities, including our workshop. The group created portraits based on Memory Project subjects, as well as… Read more »

Caitlyn Notaro teaches at Westmoreland High School, in a small town west of Utica in Upstate New York. She learned about The Memory Project Productions Face to Face program and received a curriculum kit at the New York State Art Teachers Association conference in 2017. Her students loved working on this project and she plans… Read more »

The following article was written by Laurie Weisman and published in the New York Art Teachers Association Winter 2019 Newsletter. I met New York artist Roz Jacobs at a Valentine’s Day party in 1979, when she was 23 and I was 21 years old. I was completing an environmental science major and she was painting… Read more »