Facilitated by Ellen Goldsmith
Description: How does writing about artwork enhance the appreciation of art and contribute to the development of writing? Hands-on activities and discussion will illuminate this question and classroom applications will be explored.
Ellen Goldsmith is a poet and teacher, the author of Where to Look, Such Distances and No Pine Tree in This Forest Is Perfectwhich won the Hudson Valley Writers’ Center 1997 chapbook contest. “The Secret of Life” from Such Distances was read by Garrison Keillor on Writer’s Almanac.
(Should it be of interest, Ellen Goldsmith’s recent books will be available for purchase and signing.)
Contact Hour(s): 2.0 hours
Andrea Curtis, email@example.com
Farnsworth Art Museum
Arts in Education Professional Development Program
FAM Education Cohort
The Arts in Education Professional Development Program at the Farnsworth Art Museum is designed to connect classroom teachers, specialty teachers (i.e. art, music, technology, etc.), professional artists, docents, and museum educators to develop and co-facilitate multi-learning experiences that engage student learners in experiential art-making activities that connect to classroom curricular standards. This inquiry-based, visual learning approach enhances student learning by integrating the arts into the classroom.
The FAM Education Cohort Workshops are free weekly professional development opportunities in which educators can experiment, collaborate, and explore together in a rich arts-learning environment. Content and meeting times vary. Please view the FAM Arts in Education Cohort Schedule for more details. These workshops are free and open to all educators, unless otherwise noted. Pre-registration may be required for specific workshops. Contact Hour Certificates will be provided for participation.
For more information about this program, contact Andrea Curtis at firstname.lastname@example.org