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Evening for Educators

October 3, 2014

Wednesday, October 8, 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. – Portland Museum of Art

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Evening for Educators: Looking at British Art with Amelia Rauser

Free for Teachers

Join us at 4 p.m., Wednesday, October 8, for this overview of Treasures of British Art 1400-2000: The Berger Collection with guest lecturer Amelia Rauser, Associate Professor of Art History at Franklin & Marshall College, to prepare for bringing your students to see this spectacular exhibit. Evening for Educators provides teachers with classroom resources, two contact hours, network opportunities, and a chance to discover the benefits of PMA Free School Tours.

To register for this event online, please click here.

For questions, please click here.

For questions, please contact Stacy Rodenberger at srodenberger@portlandmuseum.org, Assistant Director of Student and Teacher Learning.

Exhibition programming is made possible by the Berger Collection Educational Trust. Found support: F.M. Kirby Foundation. Corporate support: Unum and The Bear Bookshop, Marlboro, VT.

Image Credit: Benjamin West (United States, 1738-1820), Queen Charlotte, circa 1776, oil on canvas, 50 x 40 1/4 inches. The Berger Collection at the Denver Art Museum, TL-19057

Image Credit: Benjamin West (United States, 1738-1820), Queen Charlotte, circa 1776, oil on canvas, 50 x 40 1/4 inches. The Berger Collection at the Denver Art Museum, TL-19057

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Evening for Educators

March 8, 2013

Portland Museum of Art

Screen shot 2013-03-04 at 9.49.06 PMThe museum is hosting an evening for educators called Visible Learning: Mapping Curriculum and Looking at Student Art with Professor Paul Sproll from Rhode Island School of Design on Wednesday, March 27, 4:00 to 6:00. Free for educators and you can receive two contact hours.

Join the Portland Museum of Art for a special event with Professor Paul Sproll, Head of the Department of Teaching + Learning in Art + Design at the Rhode Island School of Design. Dr. Sproll will discuss mapping an inquiry-based approach to visual arts and teaching and learning through innovative curriculum design, as well as the value of looking at at student art as seen in the PMA’s Youth Art Month exhibition.

RSVP online at portlandmuseum.org/teachers/evening.shtml. Questions? Please email Stacy Rodenberger, Assistant Director of Student and Teacher Learning at srodenberger@portlandmuseum.org.

 

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