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Evenings for Educators 2021-2022
Offered By : Springville Museum of Art

Course ID : 60052
Description

Evenings for Educators is a free program dedicated to the professional development of elementary and secondary teachers across the state. Evenings offer keynote speakers, hands-on workshops providing in-depth instructional experiences, networking opportunities where participating teachers may share strategies and learn from each other, and free educational materials. Each Evening for Educators is unique in its location and theme taking place at galleries and museums around the state. The topic o

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Hybrid Face-to-face course
Credits Available
1.00 USBE Credit
3.00 Relicensure Hours
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (12 of 17 total)
Section 6
Reflections on Culture, Identity, and Self-Expression in Art-IN PERSON (Museums at Union Station)   Nov 4, 2021
Section 7
Reflections on Culture, Identity, and Self-Expression in Art-ZOOM (Museums at Union Station)   Nov 4, 2021
Section 8
Earth Art: Learning about Nature and the Climate Crisis through Art-IN PERSON (Southern Utah Museum of Art)   Nov 17, 2021
9 additional sections meet after those listed above.
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Section 6
Reflections on Culture, Identity, and Self-Expression in Art-IN PERSON (Museums at Union Station)
Section ID : 101893
Section Creator: Leslie Gleaves
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Enrolled: 7/100

Location: 2501 Wall Ave, Ogden, UT 84401
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Registration Closes: November 3, 2021 5:00 pm
Special Notes: (This section is to register to attend IN PERSON, if you would like to participate online register in section 7 instead.)

Join us at MUS to view our latest exhibition, Finding Me: The Power of Art in Finding Identity and Self-Expression, featuring works by Diné artists, Nathan and Steve Harrison of Utah. We will tie in Utah’s rich history and discuss the role of observation, interaction, and preservation when in dialogue with identity through art. Educators will be able to ask the artists questions and will leave this Evening with lesson ideas on how to use self-expression to connect culture, heritage, and identity.

Meeting Times

Date Start Time End Time
November 4, 2021 6:00 pm 9:00 pm
Section 7
Reflections on Culture, Identity, and Self-Expression in Art-ZOOM (Museums at Union Station)
Section ID : 101894
Section Creator: Leslie Gleaves
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Enrolled: 25/100

Course is offered Online:
Registration Closes: November 3, 2021 5:00 pm
Special Notes: (This section is to register to attend on ZOOM, if you would like to participate in person register in section 6 instead.)

Join us at MUS to view our latest exhibition, Finding Me: The Power of Art in Finding Identity and Self-Expression, featuring works by Diné artists, Nathan and Steve Harrison of Utah. We will tie in Utah’s rich history and discuss the role of observation, interaction, and preservation when in dialogue with identity through art. Educators will be able to ask the artists questions and will leave this Evening with lesson ideas on how to use self-expression to connect culture, heritage, and identity.

Meeting Times

Date Start Time End Time
November 4, 2021 6:00 pm 9:00 pm
Section 8
Earth Art: Learning about Nature and the Climate Crisis through Art-IN PERSON (Southern Utah Museum of Art)
Section ID : 101896
Section Creator: Leslie Gleaves
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Enrolled: 1/100

Location: 13 S 300 W, Cedar City, UT 84720
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Registration Closes: November 16, 2021 5:00 pm
Special Notes: (This section is to register to attend IN PERSON, if you would like to participate online register in section 9 instead.)

Join us at SUMA to view our latest exhibition, This Earth, and connect nature, the environment, and climate to art making. Featuring works by artists at the Montello Foundation in Nevada, we will discuss the role of observation, interaction, and preservation when in dialogue with nature through art. We will also tie in Utah’s rich history of Land Art in comparison to the works on display. Educators will leave this Evening with ideas on how to connect the environment around them and the current climate crisis into their lessons.

Meeting Times

Date Start Time End Time
November 17, 2021 6:00 pm 9:00 pm
Section 9
Earth Art: Learning about Nature and the Climate Crisis through Art-ZOOM (Southern Utah Museum of Art)
Section ID : 101897
Section Creator: Leslie Gleaves
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Enrolled: 29/100

Course is offered Online:
Registration Closes: November 16, 2021 5:00 pm
Special Notes: (This section is to register to attend on ZOOM, if you would like to participate in person register in section 8 instead.)

Join us at SUMA to view our latest exhibition, This Earth, and connect nature, the environment, and climate to art making. Featuring works by artists at the Montello Foundation in Nevada, we will discuss the role of observation, interaction, and preservation when in dialogue with nature through art. We will also tie in Utah’s rich history of Land Art in comparison to the works on display. Educators will leave this Evening with ideas on how to connect the environment around them and the current climate crisis into their lessons.

Meeting Times

Date Start Time End Time
November 17, 2021 6:00 pm 9:00 pm
Section 10
Your Wide-Awake Classroom: Teaching Brave, Empathetic, Lifelong Learners-IN PERSON (Utah Museum of Contemporary Art)
Section ID : 101898
Section Creator: Leslie Gleaves
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Enrolled: 7/100

Location: 20 S W Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84101
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Registration Closes: February 7, 2022 5:00 pm
Special Notes: (This section is to register to attend IN PERSON, if you would like to participate online register in section 11 instead.)

Join us in downtown Salt Lake City to view UMOCA’s newest exhibition, For Freedoms, and learn how you can teach creative civic engagement, discourse, and direct action through art. This vibrant and timely show serves as a creative catalyst for arts educators, who will participate in four different break out groups: elementary, middle school, high school, and special education. Revitalize your classroom participation and unity and be prepared to see your student body transform into wide-awake classrooms!

Meeting Times

Date Start Time End Time
February 8, 2022 6:00 pm 9:00 pm
Section 11
Your Wide-Awake Classroom: Teaching Brave, Empathetic, Lifelong Learners-ZOOM (Utah Museum of Contemporary Art)
Section ID : 101899
Section Creator: Leslie Gleaves
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Enrolled: 22/100

Course is offered Online:
Registration Closes: February 7, 2022 5:00 pm
Special Notes: (This section is to register to attend on ZOOM, if you would like to participate in person register in section 10 instead.)

Join us in downtown Salt Lake City to view UMOCA’s newest exhibition, For Freedoms, and learn how you can teach creative civic engagement, discourse, and direct action through art. This vibrant and timely show serves as a creative catalyst for arts educators, who will participate in four different break out groups: elementary, middle school, high school, and special education. Revitalize your classroom participation and unity and be prepared to see your student body transform into wide-awake classrooms!

Meeting Times

Date Start Time End Time
February 8, 2022 6:00 pm 9:00 pm
Section 12
Growing a Garden of Art: Integrating Visual Arts with Music, Dance, and Poetry-IN PERSON (UAEA/Sears Art Museum at DSU)
Section ID : 101900
Section Creator: Leslie Gleaves
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Enrolled: 6/100

Location: 46 S 1000 E, St. George, UT 84770
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Registration Closes: February 22, 2022 5:00 pm
Special Notes: (This Evening is offered in-person only, there is no virtual option. Walk-ins are welcome.)

“If science, technology, engineering, and math are the STEM—then cultural arts are the FLOWERS.” -Kathy C. Cieslewicz
Join us as we kickoff the annual UAEA conference! This pre-conference Evening will consist of a light dinner, networking, and hands-on workshops that integrate performing arts and visual arts. Let’s teach how art moves us, how art makes us sing, and how art is poetry.

Meeting Times

Date Start Time End Time
February 24, 2022 6:00 pm 9:00 pm
Section 13
Reflections on Empathy for the K-12 Classroom-IN PERSON (Shaw Gallery-WSU Arts Learning Collaborative)
Section ID : 101901
Section Creator: Leslie Gleaves
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Enrolled: 11/50

Location: 3964 W Campus Dr, Ogden, UT 84408
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Registration Closes: March 9, 2022 5:00 pm
Special Notes: (This Evening is offered in-person only, there is no virtual option.)

In connection with the exhibition, All Together, Amongst Many: Reflections on Empathy, participants will look at how they can foster empathy and understanding through the power of art in the classroom. This in-person event will include a tour of the Shaw Gallery introducing the exhibition. Following the tour, participate in hands-on workshops that show how the visual arts can shape learning in the classroom.

Meeting Times

Date Start Time End Time
March 10, 2022 6:00 pm 6:00 pm
Section 14
Stitching Together Subjects with the Arts-IN PERSON (Utah Museum of Fine Arts)
Section ID : 101902
Section Creator: Leslie Gleaves
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Enrolled: 6/30

Location: 410 Campus Center Dr, Salt Lake City, UT 84112
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Registration Closes: March 15, 2022 5:00 pm
Special Notes: (This section is to register to attend IN PERSON, if you would like to participate online register in section 15 instead.)

Come together with fellow educators to explore arts integration for the classroom! Inspired by our special exhibition, Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts, educators will participate in a tour and other workshops to think about creative ways to engage students. Much like the quilting process itself, stitching together pieces to create a cohesive whole, curriculum in classes can use art with other subjects to provide multiple entry points and opportunities for understanding.

Meeting Times

Date Start Time End Time
March 16, 2022 6:00 pm 9:00 pm
Section 15
Stitching Together Subjects with the Arts-ZOOM (Utah Museum of Fine Arts)
Section ID : 101903
Section Creator: Leslie Gleaves
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Enrolled: 19/100

Course is offered Online:
Registration Closes: March 15, 2022 5:00 pm
Special Notes: (This section is to register to attend on ZOOM, if you would like to participate in person register in section 14 instead.)

Come together with fellow educators to explore arts integration for the classroom! Inspired by our special exhibition, Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts, educators will participate in a tour and other workshops to think about creative ways to engage students. Much like the quilting process itself, stitching together pieces to create a cohesive whole, curriculum in classes can use art with other subjects to provide multiple entry points and opportunities for understanding.

Meeting Times

Date Start Time End Time
March 16, 2022 6:00 pm 9:00 pm
Section 16
From Student to Studio: The Evolution of a Professional Artist-IN PERSON (Springville Museum of Art)
Section ID : 101904
Section Creator: Leslie Gleaves
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Enrolled: 10/100

Location: 126 E 400 S, Springville, Ut 84663
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Registration Closes: March 22, 2022 5:00 pm
Special Notes: (This section is to register to attend IN PERSON, if you would like to participate online register in section 17 instead.)

This year we are celebrating the 50th year of the Annual Utah All-State High School Art Show! In connection with our exhibition, From Student to Studio, join us for a panel discussion and Q&A featuring arts professionals from the exhibition who once exhibited in the high school show as students. They will share their journey from student to professional and answer questions. Following the discussion, learn from these artists in hands-on workshops as they share art techniques and ideas you can use to inspire your students of all ages.

Meeting Times

Date Start Time End Time
March 23, 2022 6:00 pm 9:00 pm
Section 17
From Student to Studio: The Evolution of a Professional Artist-ZOOM (Springville Museum of Art)
Section ID : 101905
Section Creator: Leslie Gleaves
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Enrolled: 15/100

Course is offered Online:
Registration Closes: March 22, 2022 5:00 pm
Special Notes: (This section is to register to attend on ZOOM, if you would like to participate in person register in section 16 instead.)

This year we are celebrating the 50th year of the Annual Utah All-State High School Art Show! In connection with our exhibition, From Student to Studio, join us for a panel discussion and Q&A featuring arts professionals from the exhibition who once exhibited in the high school show as students. They will share their journey from student to professional and answer questions. Following the discussion, learn from these artists in hands-on workshops as they share art techniques and ideas you can use to inspire your students of all ages.

Meeting Times

Date Start Time End Time
March 23, 2022 6:00 pm 9:00 pm

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