The Lincoln Center International Educator Workshop is for educators and arts administrators who are interested in learning about imaginative teaching and learning through aesthetic education. Participants will experience performances and visual artworks, guided by art-making explorations that have been designed by Institute Teaching Artists.
You may download the brochure and registration form by clicking on the image to the left
The works of art that will be studied during the International Educator Workshop at the Farnsworth from July 23 - 27, 2012:
Leap of Faith is a dance theater production that seeks to awaken the imagination and the boundlessness of the human experience. Inspired by a vision of bringing to life the words of Rumi and other timeless poets, Kristi Williamson directs this dynamic performance that combines visual art, dance and live music. Artist Kathryn Oliver provides a visual reflection of the poetry, while dancers Shana Bloomstein, Annie Laurita, and musicians Wayne Delano, Max McFarland and Judy Nielson bring the work to life.
Jamie Wyeth, Rockwell Kent and Monhegan exhibition
The Farnsworth Art Museum is pleased to provide tuition scholarships to any Maine school teacher or administrator currently employed full time in a public or private school wishing to attend Lincoln Center Institute’s 2012 International Educator Workshop in Rockland, Maine.
- Full scholarships are limited, and will be considered in the order of receipt. In order to register, please complete the following steps:
- Complete the online registration form on Lincoln Center Institute’s website at www.lcidb.org. The payment section can be left blank – your registration will still be processed without this information.
- Mail a $100 deposit check made out to the Farnsworth Art Museum to Denise Mitchell c/o the Farnsworth Art Museum, 16 Museum Street, Rockland, ME 04841. This deposit is required to hold your spot on the roster, and the check will be returned to you upon successful completion of the workshop. A cancellation with less than two weeks’ notice or not showing up will result in the deposit being forfeited.
- Lodging assistance is available for teachers traveling more than 40 miles one way.
- Thirty contact hours are available upon successful completion of the workshop.
- Graduate credits are available through the University of Maine or City University of New York (CUNY).
- A $250 stipend will be paid to Maine teachers who complete an implementation plan in their classrooms during the following school year.
For more information on how to register for this program, please contact Denise Mitchell at 207-596-6457 ext 103.
* The Farnsworth’s strategic alliance with Lincoln Center Institute is made possible through funding support provided by the Arthur K. Watson Charitable Trust, Cabot Family Charitable Trust, Peter and Barbara McSpadden, and other supporters.