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Lesson Plans


Summer Seminars

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CRIZMACinc (CRIZMACinc)
Fri, 17 Apr 1998 18:35:00 EDT


Announcing Summer Art Education Seminars for teachers, students, museum
educators, artists, docents, and anyone interested in art and culture. Three
seminars are being offered with graduate or undergradutae credit available
through the College of Santa Fe. Many teachers have also received continuing
education credit from their school districts in past years.

Topics: The Art and Culture of the Southwest, The Art and Culture of Mexico,
and The Art and Culture of Guatemala.

Course Descriptions:
Celebration of Culture: The Art and Culture of the Southwest
Held in Santa Fe, New Mexico
July 7-14, 1998
Celebration of Culture is an eight day educational seminar designed to
present the art and culture of the Pueblo people of the Southwest. The course
schedule includes guided museum tours, presentations by guest artists, home
visits and demonstrations on the pueblos, classroom lectures, and hands-on art
activities. The course text book is comprised of current articles on art
education, American Indian art and culture, and classroom resources. Lesson
plans, maps, timelines, charts and additional teaching materials are included.
Guest lectures, presentations and demonstrations are provided throughout the
seminar by art education consultants, historians, and native artists.
Three units of credit provided by the College of Santa Fe, under course
numbers ART 472/672 or EDU 472/672.

Passport to Discovery: The Art and Culture of Mexico
Held in Mexico City, Cuernavaca, Taxco, and Oaxaca
July 22-August 2, 1998
Passport to Discovery is a twelve day seminar that explores the rich cultural
heritage of Mexico. The content of the course includes the arts and crafts of
Mexico from the pre-Hispanic era to the present. Archaeological sights,
historical sights, museums, colonial cities, architecture, murals and folk art
are explored. The course text book is comprised of current articles on art
education, pre-Hispanic and modern Mexican art and artists, folk art, and
classroom resources. Lesson plans, maps, timelines, charts and additional
teaching materials are included. Guest lectures, presentations and
demonstrations are provided throughout the seminar by art education
consultants, art historians, anthropologists, and folk artists.
Three units of credit provided by the College of Santa Fe, under course
numbers ART 456/656 or EDU 456/656.

Rainbow of Colors: The Art and Culture of Guatemala
Held in Guatemala City, Panajachel, Chichicastenango, Antigua, with optional
trip to Tikal
August 3-13, 1998
Rainbow of Colors is an eleven day seminar that explores the rich cultural
heritage of the indigenous people of Guatemala The content of the course
includes the textiles of the Mayan people from the pre-Hispanic era to the
present. Archaeological sights, museums, colonial cities, architecture, and
villages art are explored. The course text book is a compilation of current
articles on art education, pre-Hispanic and modern textiles, village identity
dress, and classroom resources. Lesson plans, maps, timelines, charts and
additional teaching materials are included. Guest lectures, presentations and
back strap weaving demonstrations are provided throughout the seminar by art
education consultants, historians, and weavers.
Three units of credit provided by the College of Santa Fe, under course
numbers ART 473/673 or EDU 473/673.

For registration information, contact
CRIZMAC Art & Cultural Education Materials, Inc. at:
(800) 913-8555
www.crizmac.com
email: crizmacinc