JAMS: Perspectives in Arts Education
Thursday, September 14, 2017 - 6:30pmIndianapolis Art Center
Is Arts Education your jam?
Join Any Given Child Indy as we celebrate the power of Arts Education! Artists, educators, and community stake-holders who are experts in their fields will share their perspectives and insights into the value and challenges of arts education. Through a series of short, engaging, and interactive presentations, our speakers will delve deep into the heart of what makes arts education vitally important to building robust and equitable communities in Indianapolis.
HoiTea ToiTea will hand out samples of PB & Jams, an exclusive, custom-blended peanut butter and strawberry jam flavored tea. Hot tea and loose leaf tea will be on sale with proceeds benefitting Any Given Child Indy.
Jingo de la Rosa, Illustrator and Teaching Artist
Dr. Rachel Norwood, Magnet Coordinator, Broad Ripple Magnet Middle and High School for the Arts and Humanities
Dr. Arthur Hochman, Butler University Professor in Education and Arts
Lauren Hall, Founder of Indy Pulse and Family Learning Navigator at The Children's Museum of Indianapolis
Justin Vining, Painter and Former Elementary Art Teacher
Betty Perry, Artistic Director and Founder of the Metropolitan Youth Orchestra
Ploi Pagdalian, Senior Director of Programs, Arts for Learning
Nate Heck, Host of Artrageous with Nate, a 3x Emmy Award Winning Series, on PBS Digital Studios
Doors open at 6:30 pm for refreshments in the gallery. The program will start at 7 pm in the auditorium.
"Jams: Perspectives in Arts Education" is presented by the Arts Council of Indianapolis, Indianapolis Public Schools, and the Mayor's Office of Education Innovation.
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