Adult Program + Children/Family Program + Educator Workshop

Making Paperdolls of Louise Nevelson
Join Paperdoll Artist Susan Beebe in creating a paperdoll of Rockland's Empress of Sculpture Louise Nevelson -- No drawing ability required! 

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.

This week’s gallery experience will explore how we can use artwork to advance literary goals in the classroom.  Educators will engage in abridged gallery activities with Education Project Manager, Andrea Curtis.  Educators will participate in each activity and reflect on ways to incorporate these strategies in their own classroom.  No previous experience needed and all materials will be provided.  All educators are welcome to attend. 
This workshop will begin with an overview of various programs you can use to showcase student work with a broad audience.  The second half of the afternoon gives educators a chance to try out some of these tools for themselves.  If you are curious about iMove, Blurb Books, YouTube, altered digital photography this may be the workshop for you.  You can preview some of the material we will cover at
Materials:  Please bring your school laptop (Mac) and any digital student work you would like to workshop with (i.e. student photos, videos, scanned artwork, text files, auto-files, etc.).       
Children ages 5 to 8 years old are invited to hang out with art instructor Trelawney O’Brien and other creative kids during the April school breaks at the Farnsworth’s Gamble Education Center. Celebrate spring with seasonal crafts like creating spring paper wreaths, earth day inspired art projects, like earth mosaics and spend some time outdoors while wearing your own felt animal!