Fundamentals of art taught alongside valuable life principles.
Rainforest Art Project has partnered with the Burnham Foundation to connect invaluable life lessons with top-notch art instruction in a way that brings added clarity to both subjects.
This challenging program is designed for students in grades 6th through 12th, and introduces the fundamental elements of art and principles of design. It is presented in a way which applies clear, visible qualities to concepts which may ordinarily appear abstract and vague to many young adults.
What You Get
Easy-to-follow student and teacher workbooks, filled with compelling projects, art assignments, & inspiration.
Professional presenters make art techniques and topics easy to understand through guided online art lessons.
No more prep work! Individually-packaged art supplies and all materials are included so you have everything you need.
Each unit focuses on a different life principle that will help students be more successful, both now and in the future.
The value of teamwork is highlighted through the story of creating the Statue of Liberty—an outstanding example of collaboration between people on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean.
Students will explore line as an element of art, with inspiration and thoroughly-explained examples from famous artworks of different periods and genres.
All Units Include
Each full book consists of 7 Units divided into 28 Lessons—enough art for the whole school year!
Top-notch video lessons make teaching art easier than ever.
All our programs are created in collaboration with professional artists, educators, and parents.
We respond quickly and personally, and are always eager to help.
Easily navigate through the different lessons and view brilliant historical artworks at a size everyone can see.
On orders within the continental United States.
Why people love Principles of Excellence
There is a level of engagement that you don’t typically see in classrooms, and by that I mean students are not only learning, but they are also enjoying what they are doing.
— Matt, high school principal
I have been teaching art in a classroom setting for 12 years and have tried many programs. This was by far the most simple, easy, and valuable.
— Ashley, art teacher