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Visual Arts Education Summit

Friday, September 23, 2016 - Saturday, September 24, 2016
Co-Ed
Spiva Center for the Arts 222 W 3rd St JoplinMO  64801
Friday, September 23, 2016 - Saturday, September 24, 2016
Co-Ed
Spiva Center for the Arts 222 W 3rd St JoplinMO  64801

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Visual Arts Education Summit

Sep 23 - Sep 24 (Friday, Saturday)

10:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Spiva Center for the Arts

Starting at

$25.00

About This Activity

Do you teach art to kids? Need some pointers? Come learn and network with art educators from local schools and other organizations during Spiva’s first Visual Arts Education Summit. MSSU Assistant Professor Amber Mintert and Spiva Executive Director Josie Mai will facilitate this two-day professional development workshop, utilizing original art at Spiva Center for the Arts and George Washing Carver National Monument. Participants will learn to write a lesson plan for visual arts, integrate science and other core subjects into an art lesson, create exemplars of the lessons, and get handouts of resources from DESE and the Missouri Alliance for Arts Education. Celebrating the centennial of the National Park System, day one begins at Spiva Center for the arts on September 23rd from 10am – -3pm in Spiva’s Main Gallery, utilizing the exhibit America’s Parks as a backdrop to the seminar. The second session will take place on Saturday, September 24th from 10am – 3pm at George Washington Carver National Monument. Cost is $25 per day, or $40 for both days. Materials and beverages provided, with participants encouraged to bring potluck snacks both days. Participant limit 20 each day. Registration deadline:Tuesday, September 20th.

Organizer Info

  • George A. Spiva Center for the Arts

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