Art Literacy 


Art opens the heart and mind to possibilities and fuels the imagination. It is a process of learning to create ourselves and experience the world in new ways.

The program consists of volunteers who go into classrooms to give a visual presentation on an artist which is followed by a hands-on art project with the students. There are six different lessons presented throughout the year. Volunteers are trained for every lesson they teach by the activity chair coordinator.

A district-wide, volunteer-staffed art program that introduces the students to six artists throughout the school year and allows them to create artwork mimicking those artists.Learn more about Beaverton School Districts Art Literacy Program.

2019-2020 Artists

+ Lesson 1 - Sep 24 - Eugene Delacroix

+ Lesson 2 - Oct 29  - Japan

+ Lesson 3 - Dec 10 - James Lavadour

+ Lesson 4 - Jan 28 - Henri Matisse

+ Lesson 5 - Mar 10 - Pierre Auguste Renoir 

+ Lesson 6 - Apr 21 - Georgia O'Keeffe

+ Art Walk - May 14 

Would you like to volunteer? You can volunteer for just one artist or all six! If you are interested in helping with this, please contact


Are you interested in becoming an Activity Chair for this program in 2019-2020? Please click here to find a more detailed description of what's involved. 

Parent Training Schedule (2019-2020)


9-9:30am (teachers’ lounge) OR 6-6:30pm (library)
Come learn about a fun and hands-on way to get involved in your child’s class! Join us afterward for our training session. 



9:30-10:30am (teachers’ lounge) OR 6:30-7:30pm (library).


You only need to attend one of these meetings (each month).



Special thanks to our Art Lit co-chairs -

Cassidy Nelson & Kate Gober