Collaborative Art

Engage and collaborate with others through exciting and interactive art projects. Discover top ideas to inspire creativity and create meaningful connections through collaborative art.
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With Dot Day coming soon (September 15), I thought I would share another collaborative display that my students and I created a few years ago. For this display I decided to take Dot Day in a different direction and combine it with the amazing new book “I Am Human” by Susan Verde and Peter H. Reynolds. If you haven’t re

Jeff Camp
Elementary Art, Art, Lincoln, Ideas, Op Art, Collaborative Art Projects For Kids, Collaborative Art Projects, Classroom Art Projects, Elementary Art Projects

Creating collaborative art is a wonderful way to encourage teamwork among students, celebrate diversity and enrich classroom culture. This collection of hands-on group art projects is designed to build meaningful skills such as taking turns, discussing ideas, and making group decisions. They are a fantastic way to foster community, allow students to connect with their classmates, and teach them to focus on cooperation instead of competition. Students are sure to have plenty of fun while…

Jennifer Morgensen
15 Collaborative Art Pieces - C.R.A.F.T. Art, Art Lessons, Elementary Art, Collaborative Art Projects, Collaborative Art Projects For Kids, Art Therapy Activities, Art Projects For Adults, Class Art Projects, Elementary Art Projects

Art of Giving is hands down my favorite art event all year, and it was my 5th time to participate as an artist. The event takes place in a plastic sheet covered room at Dell Children’s Hospital. Kids and artists team up to make art and local businesses sponsor the collaborative art pieces made at

Stefanie 11249
Middle School Art, Art Lesson Plans, Elementary Art, Diy, Crafts, Art Worksheets, School Art Projects, Art Lessons Elementary, Teaching Art

Each student was given one page to color with either crayons or colored pencils. They could use any colors or combinations that they wished. When they were all done, they cut out each Collaboration Square. The squares were put on a table and an attempt was made to group them with 3 others of similar colors and style. Not alway easy. The four matching squares were glued on various colors of construction paper. The completed pictures were hung in the hallway of the school for about a month. At…


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