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There is not a ‘one size fits all’ storage solution for art teachers. We do have one thing in common, though: We all have A LOT of things to store. In my Keynote address this fall, I mentioned that teaching art is one of the most complex jobs as far as ‘space’ goes. We have the studio (with all of the messes and supplies to keep track of) and then we have the ‘office’ with paperwork, lesson plans and our desk (if you can see it!). These two worlds can really cause an organizational nightmare. In this video I will chat all about art room storage. I can’t wait to hear your ideas, too!
What would your dream art room storage solution look like?
What is your most savvy shortcut to art room storage, and how does it work for you?