Featured High School Student Artwork

by | Sep 6, 2021

Tumbleweeds Magazine partnered with Santa Fe Public Schools (SFPS) to share children and teen artwork. SFPS has a dedicated Arts Education Department that offers a comprehensive, culturally responsive, standards-based program of art education to K-12 students.  The department consists of 39 teachers, two staff and one content-specific instructional coach.  

The below featured artwork represents high school artists.  For more information about SFPS and its Arts Education Department, please contact Cristina Gonzalez.  cgonzalez@sfps.k12.nm.us

Call for student artists!

We love to share kids’ art with our readers!  Tell us a little about you and why you like to do art. Tumbleweeds Magazine may feature your artwork on social media and the quarterly print publication!  

Submit your masterpiece! Click here.

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