CoTA (Collaborations: Teachers and Artists) is a San Diego-based nonprofit professional
CoTA (Collaborations: Teachers and Artists) is a San Diego-based nonprofit professional Read More
Cut shapes of people, animals, or objects out of paper and photograph them as if they are interacting Read More
WHO MADE THAT?
Engineers and inventors create things that helps us in every day life. In order Read More
For this week's art challenge follow CoTA Artist Amanda as you choreograph dance phrases about what Read More
Animal Biomes at Home! Recreate a whole biome at home. For example, create sea life (like fish, sharks, Read More
Join us for this week's art challenge! Make an edible topiary. Build your own hydroponic sculpture Read More
Find an item in your house. Every day this week post a picture or 16 second Instagram or Facebook Read More
Engineering Challenge with Evie Mantone
Engineers think, plan and create and I want you to do the same. Read More
Problems…challenges…disappointments…roadblocks…it is the human disposition Read More
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a leopard for a day or an owl for Read More
We all know about Mondrian and his grids, right? Or should I say right angles?
Composition with Large Read More
Can a teacher use art to better understand math? As a teaching artist, I’ve found Read More
By Amanda Peñaloza-Banks
“CoTA’s STEAM Institute truly was a remarkable experience, and has sincerely Read More
Monday morning cobwebs are definitely a thing. The weekend is history. A new week and all its potential Read More
Check this out! A paper toy that demonstrates multiplication. A hand-made multiplication model.
Allows Read More
Scott Burton sits down with CoTA teaching artist Tori Rice.
Tori, what do you find most rewarding Read More
“I’ve never gardened before,” said one of the parents in the class. This was the second round Read More
Number 2 in a series of posts dedicated to playful exploration of math concepts, incorporating visual Read More
I will never forget the first time a professor made me question my choice of language. Read More