Making Connections in Arts & Learning in Alberta - Fort McMurray

In a session of digital information sharing, arts and learning practitioners from Fort McMurray and Edmonton will take part in joint panel discussions, sharing best practices and challenges from their distinct perspectives. Through an extensive Q & A session, the two communities will be able to build connections through knowledge-exchange and exploring cross-provincial similarities.

Explore innovative arts and learning programs and projects taking place in schools and the community.

Network with your peers to share your work, seek collaborations, and deepen your connections in the sector.

Fort McMurray Panelists:

Alexandra Durocher

Assistant Manager of Suncor Energy Centre for the Performing Arts and Uptown! Music & Dance

 

 

 

Kimerica Parr

Private vocal instructor and President of the Alberta Registered Music Teachers Association (ARMTA).

 

 

Erin Schwab

Visual Artist, Art & Design Instructor at Keyano College

 

 

 

Treasure Cooper

Métis visual art instructor.

 

 

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 Canada.

Event Schedule

4:00 - Welcome and introduction

4:10 - Shared panel discussions between Edmonton and Fort McMurray

5:15 - Networking and refreshments

6:00 - Mapping focus groups and discussion

6:55 - Wrap up and reflection

 

The Fort McMurray Eduarts Hub is presented in partnership with Arts Council Wood Buffalo.

January 23rd, 2019 4:00 PM   to   7:00 PM
8015 Franklin Avenue
Fort McMurray, AB T9H 2H7
Canada

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