"Figurative Art as Story, Metaphor, Presence" at UW
Uncategorized | June 22, 2011
The University of Wyoming Art Museum’s 2011 Summer Teaching Institute, “Figurative Art as Story, Metaphor, Presence,” will be offered July 25-29 at the museum. All K-12 teachers and community educators are welcome.
Participants will use museum exhibitions, the Ann Simpson Artmobile exhibit, “Go Figure!” and resources from the American Heritage Centerand Coe Library to explore how figurative art can inspire educational lessons by communicating ideas and stories.
Visiting artists Ricki Klages (painting), Susan Moldenhauer (photography), Chris Amend (painting, drawing) and Matt Daly (cartooning and writing) will be available to inspire new thinking and introduce techniques.
Studio time is included every afternoon to explore new materials. This five-day workshop demonstrates how educators at all artistic levels can incorporate original art into lessons and build school and community partnerships for art education. Three credits of Professional Teaching Standards Board (PTSB) certification or UW Continuing Education credit are available to participants.
The cost is $150 for individuals, $125 for a first partner and $100 for any additional partners who register together. Daily lunch and snacks are included. For more information or to obtain a registration form, contact Wendy Bredehoft at (307) 766-3496 or email@example.com .
Located in the Centennial Complex at 2111 Willett Drive in Laramie, the museum is open Mondays through Saturdays from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Photo: Jennie Tamao’s etching, “Party Hat” is among works in the Ann Simpson Artmobile exhibit, “Go Figure!” that will be featured in the 2011 Summer Teaching Institute. (Jennie Tamao)