Professional Development Workshops
These workshops are designed to help teachers make meaningful interdisciplinary classroom connections with works of art and learn innovative teaching strategies to bring back to the classroom. Workshops include a private gallery tour with instruction on how to teach from original works of art, hands-on studio art activities, and an education packet with lesson plans. The program is open to all teachers from surrounding counties such as Orange, Seminole, Osceola, Lake, Volusia and Brevard. Participants receive continuing education credit.
ART WITH A PURPOSE: UTILITARIAN ART FORMS FROM AROUND THE WORLD
THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 2018 / 4-7PM
Join Andrea Kalis, Professor of Art at Full Sail University, and Christy Garton, OCPS Resource Teacher, Visual Arts K-12, in exploring the design process in conjunction with authentic art-making traditions from around the world! By analyzing utilitarian works of art from Europe, ancient cultures of the Americas, and cultures of Africa, nd out how art forms solve everyday problems and impact aesthetic decisions.
PATTERNS OF LIFE: FUNCTIONAL ART FORMS OF THE FLORIDA SEMINOLE
THURDSAY, APRIL 5, 2018 / 4-7PM
Discover iconic art forms of the Florida Seminole in the exhibition Enduring Beauty: Seminole Art and Culture as you explore standards-based lessons that touch upon construction processes, elements and principles of design, whom objects were made for, and by whom they were made.
These workshops are FREE, but REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.
Please contact Sharon Larose at 407.896.4231, ext. 262 or firstname.lastname@example.org. A credit card number is required to reserve your spot.
Dates &: Times: 4-7pm
Location: Galleries, Studio I