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Zero Fire by Kathryn Bilharz Gabriel

We know how difficult it is for educators to find the time to work on their own creative projects in addition to teaching, grading, meeting with parents, and supervising school clubs, not to mention maintaining their personal lives. So as an extra show of support to the art educators who applied to the 2016 Golden Educators Residency, Golden Artist Colors generously presented the finalists with gift certificates worth $1,000 each for Golden products. Read More

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We’re extending the application deadline! All art educators who work in the paint medium and have a student who received a Gold Key in the 2016 Scholastic Awards are eligible to apply for the Golden Educators Residency. Applications must be submitted by 11:59 pm EST on May 2, 2016.

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Educators Cristina Gonzalez, Jeffrey Deane Hall, and Claire Lerner tour the Golden facility during their residency in 2015.

Educators Cristina Gonzalez, Jeffrey Deane Hall, and Claire Lerner tour the Golden facility during their residency in 2015.

We’re proud to announce the return of the popular Golden Educators Residency! In partnership with the Sam & Adele Golden Foundation, we’re so excited to offer this opportunity to the educators who help make the Scholastic Awards the best scholarship and recognition program for creative teenagers in the nation.

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Fruit Fantasia, Painting by Cristina Gonzalez

Earlier this year, we announced our first educator residency, made possible through a partnership with Golden Artist Colors and the Sam & Adele Golden Foundation. We invited teachers whose students, past or present, received a Scholastic Award to apply for this unique opportunity and we were astounded by the number and quality of the submissions! Educators from across the country sent in applications that were thoughtful, inspiring, and filled with outstanding artwork. Choosing the three teachers to participate in the residency was not an easy task, and we felt honored to have the chance to get to know so many of the teachers who help make the Scholastic Awards possible.

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Are you an educator whose student(s) received Gold Key recognition in the 2015 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards? If so, we have an amazing opportunity for you!

You could be one of three educators chosen to spend part of the summer to paint with unique materials and technologies at the GOLDEN Educators Residency in beautiful upstate New York!

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