Physical Space

Hazard! How to Safely Organize Art Supplies

Art rooms are unique because there are so many moving components. Not only is there a variety of supplies for each medium, but there is also artwork in many stages, sizes, and forms. Art educators also need to consider working with hazardous, expensive tools and machinery, and the organization and flow of the space. Join Paula Liz, Janet Taylor, and The Art of Education University for tips and hacks to artfully organize everything from yarn scraps to water cups to digital cameras and more! 


For more videos in this series, explore our playlist!

For the other playlists mentioned in the video, take a peek at the two links below:

  1. Art Room Hacks Playlist 
  2. Run the Art Room Playlist 

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Lindsey McGinnis

Lindsey McGinnis is AOEU’s Media Content Manager and a former high school art educator. She is passionately equipping art teachers to be successful in their classrooms and firmly believes that art is a safe place for students to explore and process the challenging topics and concepts around them.

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