FREE Creative Educator Workshop: Artifacts of Us
Are you an educator who wants to integrate creative media arts into your classrooms? Teachers, after-school providers, librarians—anyone who works with youth—explore
Are you an educator who wants to integrate creative media arts into your classrooms?
Teachers, after-school providers, librarians—anyone who works with youth—explore the language of visual arts and project design to engage students in core content standards as well as VAPA and NCA standards. Build students’ STEAM skill sets, communication, collaboration, and self-expression.
Our two-hour participatory workshops introduce you to digital media arts, Visual Thinking Strategies, and the methods and strategies to integrate media arts into your core subject lesson plans.
Leave the workshop with a ready media arts project aligned to the workshop’s core theme, integrated with digital photography.
Note: You can attend one or all four workshops! Register for each separately.
Workshop #2: Artifacts of Us
How can personal artifacts tell our stories?
Explore the significance of artifacts telling the stories of humanity’s past and how personal artifacts help connect us to our loved ones, traditions, and histories. Learn about the concepts and techniques of still life photography to document artifacts, pairing student photographs with museum-style labels and captions.
About Outside the Lens
Outside the Lens activates and amplifies voices of youth through photography, filmmaking, and media literacy, catalyzing change within themselves and their communities. For over 20 years, we’ve brought arts-integrated programming to over 23,000 students in weekly classes, after-school programs, summer sessions, workshops, and teacher training. Our project-based approach engages students with core academic subjects, creative thinking, and issues important to them to envision and build a more equitable and inclusive world.
Visit us at www.outsidethelens.org to learn more. Contact email@example.com with questions.
(Thursday) 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
John J Montgomery Elementary
1601 4th Avenue