Find your favorite art form in education format by either browsing the galleries on the right or visiting #projecteducate's 2013 Roundup. To find out what's coming up in 2015 check out the schedule.
We've had previous poetry weeks, so be sure to make sure your idea doesn't overlap too much with those articles. If they're similar, that's okay, but try to add something new the original article didn't share.
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There are many ways in which you can get involved with projecteducate and if you'd like to write an article or lead a week we would love to hear from you!
Open Positions at Project Educate!
We have an upcoming Community Week which you can read more about here. Community Weeks are designed to get the Community involved in Project Educate. We want YOUR articles, whatever the topic, as long as the focus is educational. We also want YOUR leadership, you could apply to lead a Community Week for us! Find out more, here.
Art History weeks are all about the history of art! You can pick the topic you want to write about and post it during one of our Art History Weeks, or you could even co-lead an Art History Week! Send us a note if you're interested!
Art Medium Related Weeks
We regularly run Art Medium Related weeks here at projecteducate and if you feel like you could help out either by co-leading a week or by contributing to one then check out the schedule here to see what's coming up and send us a note with your idea(s)!
Suggestions, Feedback and Ideas?
We actively encourage all of the above and invite you to note the group with your thoughts and feedback. Look forward to hearing from you!
How to write an article for Project EducateProject EducateHow to write an article for Project Educate by Mrs-Durden
Welcome to a step-by-step tutorial addressing how you should be writing your article for projecteducate! Please read carefully through this article, and closely observe each screenshot so that you can have a good understanding on how to proceed as you publish what might be the first of many PE articles!
Step 1: You're on DeviantArt, possibly wondering what "sta.sh" is and where you can find it.
Step 2: Hover over that big "Submit" button, and you'll find a few drop-down options. One of them is sta.sh! Click on it.
Step 3: You've clicked on sta.sh, and now you're seeing this page. As you can see, there are many options. The one you're looking for is "Compose in StashWriter"
Step 4: You've clicked on "Compose in StashWriter" and now you're seeing this page. This is where you write your article!