Arts Education


Professional Development

We offer industry standard best practices professional development training for educators and artists that build a creatively engaging and vibrant arts community.

Prince George’s Artist Teaching Institute (PGATI) congregates classroom teachers, art specialists, teaching artists, arts integration and environmental literacy professionals in a four-day
professional development intended to establish a community of educators prepared to integrate the arts into environmental literacy

Living Legacies Workshop Series

Annual Gateway Open Studio Tour AIE Forum and other county arts education venues

Social Justice Field Trip Model Training


Community Connected Artist In Residencies (AIR’s)

Artist-in-residency programs for the elementary, middle and high schools are based on the best practices of arts integrated, 21st century skills curriculum frameworks, supported by County artists.


Research and Resources

Progress in expanding access to high-quality arts education comes from building and contributing to a dynamic network of arts organizations.

Click the links below to check out some great resources:

American for the Arts

Arts Education in Maryland School Alliance Research

Teaching for Tolerance Framework

Gateway Arts District Learning Resource Guide