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MyICA EdYOUcation Mini-Conference, April 9

Advocacy for Art Education in Schools and Communities

Posted 03.29.11 by The Center for Art Education








FREE MyICA EdYOUcation mini-conference:
"Advocacy for Art Education in Schools and Communities"

April 9th, 2011
12-4:30pm
MICA, Main Building, Room 110

The MyICA EdYOUcation mini-conference is a free art education professional development event that provides a unique outlook on different issues and ideas within the field of art education. This conference will include three, half an hour group discussions, a chew and chat time to network, and a workshop.

MyICA EdYOUcation mini-conference is an opportunity to:

            -Develop your network

            -Have discussions with experienced art educators

            -Learn strategies to advocate for art education

            -Gain alternative outlooks on art education


This is a unique conference in which participants will have group discussions with well known art education activists including:

John Ceschini- Executive Director of Arts Education in Maryland School Alliance and principal of two internationally recognized arts integration schools for over 15 years.

Mary Ann Mears- Founder of Arts Education in Maryland Schools (AEMS) Alliance and practicing sculptor

Lee Boot- Associate Research Scholar and Associate Director at the Imaging Research Center at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Founder of the experimental media studio, InfoCulture.

Linda McConaughy- Visual Art Teacher and Magnet Director at Parkville Middle School.

This is a free conference opened to all pre-service and professional art educators and community artists. Registration is required.   Please click here to register.