Hello Art Teachers! As you know, finding ways to showcase your student's work is so important in the art room. It boosts quality, increases student engagement, and can elevate the art program as a whole. In my art program, we have a yearly exhibition we call the EXPO held at the HS. We also enter work into about 5 different community showcases. Finally, we hang artwork at various locations and rotate it throughout the school year. Another way I like to showcase student work is online through my Facebook page for my artroom. At the beginning of every year, I have started to ask each student and their parent to sign a consent form stating that permission is granted to use images of the child and of the artwork online. However, it is something I have written and is not a legal document. I am interested in seeing how other art teachers are sharing student images online. What are the best practices? Any warnings? How do your students respond? How do families respond?