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Ed Expo at Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro

An evening of food, drink, networking, and inspiration at The Weatherspoon Art Museum in Greensboro. Unwind with your friends and colleagues while learning about the North Carolina Museum of Art’s resources for educators of all subject areas.

 
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Ed Expo at Greenville Art Museum, Greenville

Educators in Greenville and surrounding counties are invited to an evening of food, drink, networking, and inspiration. Unwind with friends and colleagues while learning about the North Carolina Museum of Art's art integration resources for educators of all subject areas.

 
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Online Course: Visual Literacy—Making Connections with Works of Art

This five-week course explores the relevance of visual literacy in the classroom and its connection to the Common Core Standards. The course includes opportunities for educators to practice concept mapping, inquiry-based discussion, and multimodal activities in their own classrooms and reflect within a collaborative peer learning community. Participants learn effective strategies to guide student discussions about works of art and create a portfolio of visual literacy activities based on the North Carolina Museum of Art's collection.

 
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Ansel Adams—Art as Advocacy

Examine the intersection of art and advocacy with a focus on the work of Ansel Adams and his concern for environmental conservation and photography’s status as a fine art. Learn strategies to help students examine works of art, build creative capacity, and consider real-world advocacy tools.

Artist and educator Leah Sobsey will guide participants to create layered photograms inspired by the photography of Ansel Adams. Materials provided.

 
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Online Course: The Photography of Ansel Adams through a Contemporary Lens

Explore the enduring impact of Ansel Adams's photography through interviews with contemporary North Carolina photographers, such as Elizabeth Matheson and Burk Uzzle. This self-paced course is facilitated by Meredith College professor Shannon Johnstone. It is designed to supplement the Ansel Adams: Masterworks exhibition but can be taken independently. Once enrolled, students have access to course content throughout the run of the exhibition.

 
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EdCAMP NCMA

Free Event

Collaborate and connect through participant-driven professional learning experiences. Participants create, lead, and attend sessions on arts integration that are responsive to educators’ needs and interests. Open to educators from all grade levels and subject areas.

For more information contact Kristin Smith

More information about EdCamp programs nationwide can be found here

 
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Online Course: Visual Literacy—Making Connections with Works of Art

This five-week course explores the relevance of visual literacy every classroom. The course includes opportunities for educators to practice concept mapping, inquiry-based discussion, and multimodal activities in their own classrooms and reflect within a collaborative peer learning community. Participants learn effective strategies to guide student discussions about works of art and create a portfolio of visual literacy activities based on the North Carolina Museum of Art's collection.

 
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Online course: The Photography of Ansel Adams through a Contemporary Lens

Members $25, Nonmembers $35

Explore the enduring impact of Ansel Adams's photography through interviews with contemporary North Carolina photographers. This self-paced course is facilitated by Meredith College professor Shannon Johnstone. It is designed to supplement the Ansel Adams: Masterworks exhibition but can be taken independently. Teachers taking this course can earn certification renewal credits

 
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Online Course: Visual Literacy

Online Course: Visual Literacy - Making Connections with Works of Art

Course begins October 17 and ends November 18. The last day to enroll is Monday, October 31.

 
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Exploring Power through Art

What does the concept of “power” look like in your classroom? Join us to discover how the visual arts can support student learning about big ideas and concepts such as power. Particpants learn from working artists, exercise their own creative capcities, and leave with stategies for using art as a catalyst for learning in the classroom. This flexible professionsl development program allows you to choose your level of involvement.

 
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