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NEW DATE: Art Processes for Inclusive Practices: Fall 2020 Art Education for Special Populations Symposium

NEW DATE: Art Processes for Inclusive Practices: Fall 2020 Art Education for Special Populations Symposium
Saturday, November 14th 9:00 am – 3:30 pm
Moore College of Art & Design, 1916 Race Street, Philadelphia

Update, March 20, 2020:

Due to the evolving circumstances of the COVID-19 outbreak and in adherence with current CDC guidelines regarding social distancing, we have postponed our April 18 event to Saturday, November 14, the previously scheduled date of our Fall 2020 Art Education Symposium.

Anyone who has purchased a ticket through March 13 will automatically have a ticket reserved for this event. In the event that you have purchased a ticket prior to March 13 and have a conflict with the November 14 date, please contact us through Ticketleap and we will handle refunds as quickly as possible.

Please visit moore.edu/coronavirus for continued updates on our response to COVID-19.

 

Fall 2020 Art Education for Special Populations Symposium
"Art Processes for Inclusive Practices"
NEW DATE: November 14, 2020 9 am – 3:30 pm

Sponsored by Graduate Studies at Moore College of Art & Design
6 ACT48 Hours and/or Professional Development Hours included

Come celebrate 10 years of Moore College of Art & Design's Masters in Art Education with an Emphasis in Special Populations program! Hear from our founding director Lynne Horoschak and current director Lauren Stichter, and enjoy a full day of hands-on workshops offered by our very own adaptive arts specialists.

Click HERE to register today for this special anniversary event!

Workshop Titles: 

  • The positive impact of STEAM & Social Emotional Learning in the Art Room for Students with EBD
  • The ABCs of LGBTQ: Exploring LGBTQ Inclusion Through Zine Making
  • Forming Art Student Process Through Formative Assessment
  • Gamifying Digital Citizenship in the Art Room
  • Adaptive Tools and Visual Aids for Inclusive Art Classrooms
  • Art Informed Anxiety Reducing Strategies
  • Total Physical Response in the Art Room
  • Portrait of a Superhero

Workshop speakers include: Crystal Samuels, Erica Mandell, Katherine Videira, Kat Lee, Sarah Boland, Hanna Lee, Samantha Varian, Angela Bucolo, Al San Valentin, Hannah Swanson, Alexandra Montgomery, Lisa Marie Ferry and Lindsay Grazel, as well as guest artist educators Mary T. Bevlock, Barbara Winkler and Kim Davis

 

Symposium Ticket Costs

General Admission: $25
Moore Alumni Admission: $15
Student Admission (from Moore or any institution): FREE (must show student ID at registration)
Moore Staff and Faculty Admission: FREE (must show Moore ID at registration)

6 ACT48 Hours and/or Professional Development hours included in all tickets.

Do you have an accommodation request? Please contact Director Lauren Stichter at lstichter@moore.edu or 215.667.6811.

Click HERE to register today for this special anniversary event!

 

Day-of Symposium Schedule

8:30–9 am: Registration and light refreshments

9–10:15 am: Keynotes by Lynne Horoschak and Lauren Stichter with facilitator Dr. Joanna Jenkins

10:30–11:20 am: Hands-on Sessions 1, 2, 3 and 4

11:30 am – 12:20 pm: Hands-on Sessions 1, 2, 3 and 4

12:30–1:15 pm: Lunch (included with admission)

1:30–2:20 pm: Hands-on Sessions 5, 6, 7 and 8

2:30–3:20 pm: Hands-on Sessions 5, 6, 7 and 8

3:20–3:30 pm: Event wrap-up

 

Pictured: The 2nd International Conference on Disability Studies, Arts & Education, hosted by Moore College of Art & Design, October 2019. Photo by Steve Weinik.

 

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