In a session of information sharing and professional development, learn engaging arts and learning techniques and strategies from award-winning artist-educator Eleanor Albanese.
Explore innovative arts and learning programs and projects taking place in schools and the community.
Network with your peers to seek collaborations, and deepen your connections in the sector.
Share the innovative work you’re doing through a poster session. Apply to be a poster presenter!
GET ON THE MAP!
Enjoy a presentation and discussion on Canada’s Map of Arts & Learning – an innovative digital map representing arts and learning in communities across the country. We want YOU to be part of this conversation. Through focus groups and guided discussion, have your say and help guide the development of this vital tool for arts and learning in Ontario.
Facilitator - Eleanor Albanese
Award winning artist Eleanor Albanese has spent her life immersed in the arts, weaving story through theatre, writing, film-making, marionette theatre, and visual arts. She is a strong leader and voice in the field of arts education and community-engaged arts, speaking and presenting at both national and international conferences. Over the years, Eleanor has designed and led a plethora of projects in tandem with researchers, health care providers, educators and community agencies.
4:00 - Welcome and introduction
4:10 - Presentation and discussion led by Eleanor Albanese
5:00 - Networking, poster sessions and refreshments
6:00 - Mapping focus groups and discussion
6:55 - Wrap up and reflection
The Thunder Bay Eduarts Hub is presented in partnership with CAHEP.
Canada's Map of Arts & Learning in Ontario and the Ontario Eduarts Hub series is supported by the Ontario Trillium Foundation.
Prince Arthur's Landing
Thunder Bay, ON P7A 0E7