art made easy 148 how to prepare for art shows and family art nights

How to Prepare for a School Art Show: AME 148



Hosting an art show is undeniably the best way to celebrate your student’s year long efforts in art education. But the logistics of an art show can be overwhelming.

Whether you’re excited to put this together (or expected to) it’s always a good idea to plan ahead.

In this episode, I’ll take you through each step to prepare yourself and what you can do to make sure your art show is a success.

Download my Art Show Checklist below and follow along with me in today’s podcast.


– How to select the right projects for display

– Who you should contact to help coordinate your event

– Why student portfolios are important

– What are the most important things you’ll need to do one month, one week and a day before the show



Make sure to DOWNLOAD my free guide to setting up your own art show. Add your name and email and we’ll send this PDF straight to you!

Join us in the Dazzlers Podcast Aftershow Discussion to chat more about art shows and share your best art show successes:

Podcast’s mentioned in this episode:

3 Steps to a Successful Art Show: AME 084 

Art Inspired Instagram Accounts:

Sparkler Krista Hillman’s Instagram: https:///

Sarah Krajewski’s Instagram:

Additional Resources:

Art Show Guidebook: (*Sparkler Club Members, you can access to this in the TEACHER AIDES)

You can visit Patty through Deep Space Sparkle on Facebook and Instagram



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