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Jazz in the Schools

Jazz in the Schools

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Jazz and its Connection to Visual Art.

Jazz in the Schools is a K-12 program that teaches students about jazz music’s most important contributors, past and present, and its connection to visual art, a creative medium connecting to every student at every skill level. Students discover how the visual art associated with jazz plays a significant role in mirroring and shaping American culture by creating their own original jazz album cover, interpreting the music, its emotion and message as visual expression. This interactive learning experience uniquely combines music, visual art, and American history. Student artwork is exhibited annually at the Portland Art Museum.

Jazz in the Schools: Student Art Gallery

View selected artwork from our Jazz in Schools exhibit over the years:

Winners: Ventura Park Elementary School, Evergreen Middle School, and Franklin High School.

Participating Schools:

Bethany Elementary School
Boise-Elliot/Humboldt
Bridger K-8
Evergreen Middle School
Franklin High School
Lent School
Stoller Middle School
Twality Middle School
Ventura Park Elementary School
Vestal Elementary
Vose Elementary School
Whitford Middle School
Winterhaven K-8
Woodland Elementary School

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