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Project-Based Arts Learning

Gallery One seeks to support Kittitas County teachers in grades K-5 by offering qualified arts learning opportunities through
our Art2GO program. This program offers teachers a menu of support options ranging from:

  • Art2Go Project Kits for Grades K-3 & 5: Pre-assembled Spanish and English art projects complete with lessons and materials that teachers can select from and teacher education to learn how to facilitate the projects themselves.
  • 4th Grade Clay Days – Clay-based, in-person Spanish and English projects with onsite arts instruction in either your classroom or our
    ceramics studio.
  • Scheduled field trips to the gallery are available to all classrooms!

Disclaimer: At this time, Art2Go Kits are only available for schools in Kittitas County.

2024 Art2Go Project Kits (Grades K-3 & 5) – REGISTER BY FEBRUARY 16!

Art2Go kits are designed for each grade level’s arts learning standards and include all main supplies, a pre-recorded, step-by-step video, and printed pamphlet. Best of all, these kits are FREE for your classroom!

Questions? Email Amy Davison:

Sun Catcher

Students will improve dexterity, practice patterns and sorting skills, and learn about color families.


1st Grade

Students will learn about line, shape, form, and texture by cutting foam sheets and shapes to make a print. These also make great greeting cards.


2nd Grade
Watercolor Galaxy

Connect to a planet or solar system lesson while your students also observe reactions from watercolors with resists and salt.


3rd Grade

Students will make a self-portrait using line drawing, then collage and embellish with objects while learning to communicate their ideas, feelings, and stories.


5th Grade
Charcoal Bird

Students will practice and learn about line, value, and form while also observing nature.


K – 5th
Guided Field Trips

Schedule a visit for you and your classroom to tour gallery and learn about the art on display.


4th Grade Clay Day: Ceramic Cup – REGISTER BY FEBRUARY 16!

Students will learn about the clay lifecycle and improve on tactile, motor skills while making a ceramic cup. Projects are returned in 4 weeks – 2 to fully dry and go through a bisque firing, and 2 to be glazed and fired again.

Questions? Email Natalie Andrus:


Guided Gallery Tour

Sign your class up for a guided tour of Gallery One! Students get to learn about the gallery and the exhibits on display, and participate in fun-filled scavenger hunt that encourages them to explore.


Funded by the Washington State Arts Commission and generous community donors like you. Contributions can be made here.