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Join a professional learning community and spend four art-filled days in Washington, D.C., exploring permanent collections, current exhibitions, and the museum itself as a work of art!
STUDY, NETWORK, & CREATE ART ONSITE AT THESE MUSEUMS & MORE:
National Gallery of Art • Freer Gallery and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery • National Museum of African Art • National Museum of Women in the Arts • The Phillips Collection • Corcoran Gallery of Art • National Building Museum • Smithsonian American Art Museum • National Portrait Gallery
COST: $495 for NAEA members and $549 for non-members. You must register online. Each session is limited to 25 participants. Cancellation Policy: After April 1, 2014, no refunds will be issued.
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• Renee Sandell, PhD, Program Director/Educator
• Carole Henry, EdD, Author/Educator
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CREDITS: Upon completion of SummerVision DC 2014, participants will receive a Certificate of Participation with 30 clock hours of professional development, as designated by NAEA. Clock hours provided upon completion of any NAEA professional learning institute, including SummerVision, are granted for participation in an organized professional learning experience under responsible sponsorship, capable direction and qualified instruction and can be used toward continuing education credit in most states. It is the responsibility of the participant to verify acceptance by professional governing authorities in their area. DOWNLOAD STATEMENT ON CEUs
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The Museum Experience: The Discovery of Meaning, Carole Henry.
This book serves as an introductory textbook for understanding the educational role of art museums, varying contexts in which art is viewed, relevance of aesthetic experience, and strategies to help visitors understand a work of art.