2nd Annual Teaching Artist Symposium

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2nd Annual Teaching Artist Symposium
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2nd Annual Teaching Artist Symposium says
As artists, we teach to inspire communities, schools and students. The Teaching Artist Symposium offers the space and time to reflect, share, and support our fellow teaching artists so that we can inspire each other, too. By engaging in a day-long professional development opportunity focused on the needs of teaching artists and arts educators, the Symposium will support a strong and inclusive community among teaching artists working throughout the greater Pittsburgh region.

8:30am- Arrival & Breakfast
9am- Welcome
9:15am- Collaborative Art-making
10am- Master Classes
12pm- Lunch on your own
1pm- Breakout Sessions
2:15pm- Affinity Group Discussions
3pm- Report Backs & Wrap-Up

::Selecting Your Workshops::
Once you are registered, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to sign up for your Master Class and Break-out Workshop. Affinity Groups will be self-selected onsite.

Master Class workshop:
The Impact of Trauma Upon Children with Faith O'Shea
Sowing Seeds of Song: Making Music with Infants and Toddlers with Margaret Hooton
I Have Student Data, Now What? with Yael Silk
Grants & Applications with Anne Mulgrave and Mac Howison
The Blues and the Silver Lining: On Self, Community, Creativity and Survival with Tameka Cage Conley

Break-Out workshop:
Family Engagement through Talk & Play with Buzzword PGH
Visual Art Teaching Strategies for Students with Becky Gaugler
Beyond "Pinkify"ing: Empowering Young Women Though STEAM with Assemble
Artmaking in the Spanish Language Classroom with Rachel Klipa
Engagement Through Sensory Play
with Rebecca Covert & Stephen Santa of Jumping Jack Theater

TAS is presented by Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council, PF/PCA and Gateway to the Arts a division of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust.
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By: Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council