Canadian Society for Education through Art/Art Gallery of Ontario 2017 Summer Institute for Educators
Theme: CANADA 150: Where are We in Art Education?
Dates: Tues. July 11 – Fri. July 14, 2017
Location: Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO), Toronto, ON (plus 3 other gallery/museum sites in Toronto)
Time: 9:30 am – 4:30 pm each day
Join us this summer as the CSEA partners with the AGO for our second annual intensive, four-day National Summer Institute for Educators at the Art Gallery of Ontario focusing on the theme “CANADA 150: Where are We in Art Education?”. The institute will focus on contemporary issues that are relevant to art educators across Canada in the fields of elementary, secondary, post-secondary, museum/gallery and community art education. The program will include inspiring guest speakers from the art community (i.e. curators, artists, educators) reflecting on the current opportunities and challenges for the field of contemporary Art Education in 2017. Site visits to other galleries (including the McMichael Canadian Art Collection, the Royal Ontario Museum and Harbourfront’s Power Plant Art Gallery), will further enrich and broaden the scope of this art experience for all participants!
Summer Institute Cost: $349.00 (plus tax) for CSEA and AGO Members, $399.00 (plus tax) for non-members (Institute will be capped at 30 participants). Please register by June 1 for planning purposes.
Institute cost includes:
- Daily program of engaging speakers,
- visits to the AGO permanent collections and special exhibitions (including the summer blockbuster Georgia O’Keefe),
- all gallery excursions across the city,
- hands-on workshops,
- daily light refreshments,
- and a relaxing Toronto Island Boat Cruise.
To register today, click on the link below to be connected to the AGO’s Online Registration and Ticketing System:
and complete the registration as a “guest”.
If you have any questions, please e-mail Zavette Quadros-Evangelista, Program Assistant, Young Audiences: Public Programming and Learning, AGO at Zavette_quadrosfirstname.lastname@example.org or Peter Vietgen, President of the CSEA/SCÉA at email@example.com