This multi-media exhibition features work - clothing, textiles, and sculpture that reflect on the lives of sharecroppers, their relationship to the agricultural economic system, and the land.
This seminar, presented by BAC's Arts in Education program, is aimed at teaching artists of all disciplines. Many teaching artists are faced with the challenge of maintaining an attentive and engaged group of children within the academic and artistic environment. Now that special populations of children with varying needs have been integrated into the mainstream classroom, teaching artists have to learn to address the needs of all children when using the arts to foster a creative environment. In this seminar, teaching artists within the disciplines of visual, performing (drama/theater/dance), literary and media arts will share classroom strategies on how to keep students focused and productive in large and small group settings. Come and learn from each other!
Speakers: a panel of BAC teaching artists Wednesday, August 13, 2008, 6 - 8pm St. Francis College, Founders Hall Auditorium 180 Remsen Street (between Court and Clinton Streets) Please RSVP for seminars Click here to RSVP for this seminar online.