14 and 15 August 2023 | 10am - 3pm
Hall Art Foundation
544 VT Route 106, Reading, VT 05062
During this two-day professional development workshop, educators will tour the current exhibitions, learn how to “read” a painting, participate in Visual Thinking Strategies and collaborate with colleagues. Docents and master teachers will lead presentations, gallery activities and studio art projects inspired by the Andy Warhol, Susan Rothenberg, Ron Gorchov and outdoor sculpture exhibits. This workshop will help educators make curricular connections, plan field trips and use the bus transportation reimbursement program to bring their students to the Hall Art Foundation free of charge. Time for reflection and contemplation in the galleries and on the grounds will be incorporated into the schedule.
Please express your interest to participate by emailing email@example.com with your name, grade(s) you teach, subject(s) you teach and the name of the school where you teach along with a brief explanation of why you'd like to participate by 14 July 2023. Space is limited to twelve participants. The workshop is free and participants will receive a certificate of completion for relicensure credit.
Learn How to Read a Painting
Participate in Visual Thinking Strategies
Collaborate with Colleagues
Educators are invited to join us for a guided tour of the current exhibitions, Andy Warhol: small is beautiful, Susan Rothenberg, Ron Gorchov and Outdoor Sculpture, followed by a forum for questions and discussion with light refreshments.
* Participants will receive a certificate of completion that they can submit for 2.5 hours of relicensure credit. *
Please register by 11 August 2023
Space is limited and registration is required