Are you spending the summer looking for inspiration about how to make your school a more creative place when the new year starts? Interested in weaving the arts more seamlessly into your instruction, but not sure where to start? Or just looking for some great local art?
Then join us tonight for our event “Coloring Outside the Lines: Integrating the Arts into Your Classroom.” We think it’s going to be really cool and hope you will also.
Registration starts at 4:30 at the Clyfford Still Museum, and from there you’ll embark on a scavenger hunt through Golden Triangle art galleries.
Then at 6:15, we’ll re-group at the museum to have a discussion about how to get more arts instruction into your schools and classrooms. The discussion will include panelists Barth Quenzer, whose teaching approach we profiled earlier this week, as well as Diana Howard, a retired Denver principal and founder of several arts integration schools, and the Still Museum’s Tori Eastburn. (If you can’t make it for the art walk, you’re still more than welcome for the panel.)
To whet your appetite for the event, take a cool interactive tour of Quenzer’s classroom here.
Hope to see you there!