Art and Media Communications

Unpublished

The University of Texas at Austin College of Fine Arts

in partnership with
Texas Cultural Trust

presents

hands-on, in-depth professional development sessions
for teaching the Texas Education Agency's new innovative course:

Art And Media Communications

Taught by University of Texas at Austin Art Education Faculty
on The University of Texas at Austin campus

Session Overview & Description

Dates and Times

Level One:

This is a three day summer workshop and participants will create a digital story and learn about the Art and Media Communications, Level I curriculum.

Dates:

Two Sections: Monday-Wednesday, June 10-12, 2013 or Wednesday-Friday, June 19-21, 2013

Level Two:

This is a two day summer workshop. This workshop is open only to participants who completed the UT Art and Media Communications workshop during the summer of 2013, or they must be teaching the Art and Media Communications innovative course curriculum in their school district. Participants will be asked to provide examples of completed projects from the Art and Media Communications curriculum and be prepared to share how they have revised/adjusted existing curriculum during the past year. Challenges and successes of the Art and Media Communications, Level I curriculum will be the focus of this professional development session.

Dates:

Monday-Tuesday, June 17-18, 2013

location

UT ART Building at 23rd Street & Trinity, Room 1.202
Parking in the San Jacinto Garage (SJG) Maps and Directions

REGISTRATION

Your $50.00, non-refundable registration fee will include lunch during the first two days of the sessions in addition to morning and afternoon snack breaks. Click on the following link to access and download the registration form:
AMC Registration Form (PDF - 148.19 KB)


For additional information

Contact Thomas H. Waggoner, Program Director of Fine Arts Education in the University of Texas at Austin College of Fine Arts, by telephone at 512-471-5446 or via e-mail at artandmedia@austin.utexas.edu.