Art Education and School Year 2020-21: From Skills to Concepts—Working Across the Curriculum in a New Environment
NAEA Town Hall Conversations | January 26, 2021
December 24, 2020
Tuesday, January 26, 7-8 pm ET
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Whether a you are a new or veteran visual arts educator (or anywhere in between), this school year challenges us to look at our curriculum and instruction in new and different ways. In this conversation, our expert guests will explore and share strategies for stretching our approaches and embracing sometimes untapped areas of the curriculum that may best lend themselves to remote, hybrid, and/or limited in-person learning environments. Member-generated questions will guide the discussion, as we collaborate to offer solutions and support.
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- Orlando Graves Bolaños, Art Education Manager, DoSeum, San Antonio, TX
- Kimbereley D’Adamo Green, Teaching Artist and Educator, Berkeley High School and San Francisco State University, School of Education, Oakland, CA
- Lois Hetland, EdD, Professor, Art Education Department, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston, MA
- Natalie Chanel Jones, Director of Education, Harvey B. Gantt Center for African American Arts + Culture, Charlotte, NC