Elementary and secondary school teachers are invited to participate in the annual ETC Integrated Arts Conference. This one-day event offers professional development and continuing education workshops. Arts educators and artists learn how to integrate visual art, music, drama and writing into their curriculum, based on the theme of this year’s production Marking the Moment. The day concludes with admission to the matinee performance of Marking the Moment.
Join us for the 18th Annual Integrated Arts Conference: Saturday January 26th 2013
Silver Center for the Arts, Plymouth State University
Presented in association with the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts and the Arts Alliance of Northern New Hampshire.
Keynote address: Placemaking
Timm Judas, Educator, Oxbow Union High School, Bradford, VT
How do we find our place in history through our story? How does one use the arts to document and preserve those stories? Join Timm Judas, in this discussion that will encourage all of us to think more deeply about how we use the arts to capture our own stories in history.
Registration fee ($119) includes admission to all conference workshops and events (including matinee performance), staff development certificate, lunch, refreshments, and an electronic teacher resource book. For information or to register by telephone, call Deb Stalnaker at (603) 535-2933. Registration is also available online.
Staff development and graduate credit are available.
PURSUING GRADUATE CREDIT
Attendees planning to attend the conference as part of a graduate integrated arts course do not need to register for the conference – registering for the graduate course will automatically register you for the conference. Those wishing to register for graduate credit, please complete a graduate winter registration form and send it along with full payment to the address or fax number located on the bottom of the form. Winter 2013 Integrated Arts Graduate courses.
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