We’re officially a two-blogger household now that my wife’s art education blog – The Teaching Palette – is up and running. The Teaching Palette is a blog for art teachers by art teachers and covers a wide spectrum of topics including classroom management, tools and techniques and the integration of music. They’re also providing a forum for art teacher-authored reviews of DVDs, books, art games, gadgets, etc. Fortunately, my wife isn’t taking on the blog by herself. She’s tag teaming the effort with a fellow art teacher and they’ll be actively seeking guest bloggers.
When you have a chance, check it out and share your support (comment). So far, two posts have really caught my eye and might be appealing to this audience.
1) The Father of American Portraiture – You may not realize it, but you see a portrait painted by Gilbert Stuart practically every day. His George Washington portrait has appeared on the U.S. one-dollar bill for more than 100 years!
2) Make Your Own Digital Whiteboard – Small marketing agencies with even smaller tech budgets listen up. Now you can make a $3000 multi-touch interactive whiteboard for just $50!