Energize, Engage, and Inspire your Students with the Power of Art Connection

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The Curated Connections Library will help you...

Excite your Students

Teach with a hands-on, minds-on approach that happens WITHOUT lecture.

Enjoy Teaching

Experience that teaching high that happens when students light up and personally relate.

Connect with Art

Renew your own love of art while you share new and exciting artworks with students.

Save Time

Save hours of planning time with editable, classroom-ready resources.

How The Curated Connections Library impacted Liz's time and teaching...

What You Get When You Become a Member of The Curated Connections Library

The Curated Connections Library is a membership program whose sole purpose is to provide inspiring connections to art, increase student engagement, empower teachers, and provide quality and innovative teaching resources while saving time, energy, and brainpower of art teachers across the globe.

Teachers Just Like You That Have Revolutionized The Way They Connect with Art in Their Classrooms

About Cindy Ingram, Art Class Curator

Hi! I’m Cindy Ingram, the creator of Art Class Curator and The Curated Connections Library.

I have the awkward habit of crying in front of artworks, and I want the rest of the world to do it too. This noble quest has culminated in the creation of Art Class Curator, where I share how to creatively teach art appreciation and art history in a way that will spark a lifelong personal connection to art.

I have more than twenty years of experience in schools, museums, and non-profit organizations. I have an MA in Art Education and a BA in Art History. In addition to working in museums and teacher professional development, I have had the privilege of teaching art in the classroom to all grades–elementary to college.​

I’ve been there, from the sleepless nights scrolling through the internet to binge-watching art history videos to prepare for my next class. I’ve done the work—crafted the lessons, tested them with students, and tweaked the plans to perfection—all so you don’t have to.

To date, I have not yet made any of my students cry (knowingly), but there’s still time.