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The Expanded ARTS FOR BORDER CHILDREN My Heart Changes Join us for this unique & enjoyable event Please note the revised date of the opening reception is  January 19, 2017, 5 – 7 p.m. Meet our professional teaching artists and dialogue with them about their approach to bringing arts integration to students of all ages. View or buy these artists original art. See work created by students that demonstrates the sustainability of our work with teachers and students. Enjoy the performance of our theatre and music artists’ collaboration to demonstrate performing arts integration that...


Papermaking Students at Double Adobe School learned how to make paper under the direction of Susan Corl during her residency integrating Visual Art into the student’s curriculum.   The photo below is the final product which was displayed at the Nogales Hill Top Gallery, Nogales, AZ.    

Student Drama Performance

Student Drama Performance Students do a performance about the Eclipse.  Drama and Theater classes and productions were under the direction of Paul Fisher and Alida Wilson-Gunn, professional actors, during their artist residencies.

Photography Interest

Photography Interest Boy studies his camera in a class lead by Josh Schachter. The impact of Josh’s work with students was impressive! The students shared their photographs with each other, comparing notes and sharing strategies about how they took the pictures.  The students also shared what they did, saw, and learned to their families.  I even think some of the students’ photographs are worthy of photography contests! —Marie LaFrance

Bobcat Mask

Bobcat Mask Student show off his Bobcat mask.

Community Support

Community Support Community support is important not only for the students, teachers, and the school but also for the sustainability of the arts integration program.  Community support was displayed by the attendance to performances, interviews and feedback from the parents of students and others.    

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