Arts Education in the Classroom
Arts Education in the Classroom (Grades K to 12)
Inspire with artist residencies for schools and community organizations! Imagine your students learning about jazz from a Grammy-nominated singer or painting from a nationally exhibited watercolorist! The Allentown Art Museum can help you make it happen!
As a Pennsylvania Council on the Arts (PCA) Arts-in-Education Partner serving Lehigh, Northampton, Carbon, Monroe, and Southern Pike Counties, the museum receives funding to help schools and community organizations bring in high-caliber rostered artists from the literary, performing, and visual arts to work with students in kindergarten to grade 12. These standards-based artist residencies are a great way to enrich student learning while providing a unique opportunity to work in-depth with accomplished artists.
Workshop Opportunity: Teaching the Arts to Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Friday, August 2, 2013
8:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Registration Fee: $25
Breakfast and lunch included
Fee is due to the Museum upon registration. Deadline to register is July 22. For more detailed information, click HERE.
The Pennsylvania Council on the Arts (PCA) is a state agency charged with the development and promotion of the arts in the Commonwealth. To accomplish its mission, the PCA encourages educational excellence through participation in the creative process in schools and educational settings. Study of the arts provides Pennsylvania’s youth with positive models for teamwork, project management and goal setting, along with opportunities for academic achievement and intellectual and emotional discovery.
Artist in residence, Rosemary Geseck, works with students at South Mountain Middle School in Allentown