Upcoming Arts and Learning Events
Join us for this lunchtime Eduarts Hub entitled Diverse Forms of Indigenous Arts in Education. Refresh your perspective with a professional development session while you network with your peers and make new connections in the arts and learning community, engage in discussion and help shape the Eduarts Map. Leave with new tools to rejuvenate your classroom, workplace or artistic practice.
A Day of the Arts in WR4!
(Students with ASD, DD, MID & Physical Diagnoses participate in a Student Symposium about Inclusion!)
May 30th, 2017.
9:30 a.m. - 1:45 p.m.
Hollycrest Middle School
For information, please email the Vice- Principal, Mervi Salo at email@example.com
On Tuesday, May 30th, 2017, Hollycrest Middle School is hosting a rich curriculum day of engaging arts experiences that will tap into students' imaginations, creativity, strengths, and abilities!
The Canadian Institute for Digital Literacies Learning will take place from July 10-14, 2017 at the Faculty of Education at the University of Ottawa. As a friend of our Faculty, we thought you might be interested in joining us for this first-ever institute, and in becoming a founding member of this new network of digital literacies leaders in Canadian schools.
Institute themes include: Developing New Literacies Skills Through Inquiry, The Maker Movement, Video Games and Learning Interactions, and Critical Digital Video Design & Production.
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
The 7th World Alliance for Arts Education Conference will be held in Auckland, New Zealand from 22-25 November 2017.
The aim of the conference is to share and build research and practice that evidences creative pedagogies in community and /or institutional contexts. Key features of the conference include:
• Recognition of diverse pedagogies and cultural practices. The conference will open with a traditional Māori welcome (Powhiri)
• One day of the conference dedicated to the Pacific