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Classroom Art Discussions
Have you ever wanted to lead a meaningful classroom art discussion but felt too nervous or unprepared to go for it?
Worried you’ll be greeted with silence and blank stares?
Concerned they’ll ask a question you don’t know the answer to?
Don’t want to hear the complaints about not making art?
I understand these concerns. Lecture feels safe. Art making is an important creative outlet.
But. . . have you ever thought about what you and your students might be missing out on by not exploring art history and art appreciation by actually looking at and talking about art?
My years as a museum educator and art teacher showed me that students are eager to discuss works of art! Using classroom-tested, student-approved techniques and activities, you can lead classroom art discussions that will keep your students learning, engaged, and excited!
Free Art Teacher Training Webinar
Join me for my free art teacher training webinar, Curated Conversations: 4 Steps to a Fun & Engaging Art Discussion, to learn the secrets to keeping kids connected, thinking, and focused while making personal connections with works of art.
- Thursday, August 15, 2019 at 7pm Central – Click to RSVP
- Saturday, August 17, 2019 at 11am Central – Click to RSVP
Busy? No worries! RSVP and you’ll be able to watch the webinar at your convenience through August 22nd.
In Curated Conversations, I’ll give you all my best tips for facilitating meaningful connections that will:
- foster personal art connections
- stimulate critical thinking
- encourage empathy
- hone observation skills
- bring history and narrative alive
- promote collaboration
- teach emotional intelligence
- develop meaning
- jumpstart creativity
Don’t miss out on the chance to introduce the power of art to your students.
Registration is required, so don’t forget to RSVP!