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>We are in the revising our education program including workshops for
>teachers (Both Art Teachers and teachers in other subjects).
>I've proposed that we have an Art Teacher Gallery Talk at the beginning of
>each new exhibit. This would include: a brief gallery talk by the educator
>or director, printed packets of materials about the artist(s), a list of
>related websites (printed or on disk), time to brainstorm with each other
>(and our educator), and draw up their own lesson plans. We could provide
>refreshments in the classroom. Because some teachers in the 18 counties we
>serve might be traveling 2 hours to get to us (over two lane blacktop
>highways with large deer population), we would probably schedule this
>in the afternoon on Saturdays, and provide refreshments. We could also
>with the Education Service Center to schedule the same day as some other
>workshops, then some schools would provide transportation for their
>teachers. We would also ask the ESC Region XV to provide credit to the
>teachers for attending. We would ask the collections manager about setting
>up slides of upcoming exhibits, with dates, and artist information. It
>depend on our contract with the artist or lending organization whether or
>not we could release the information.
>What do you think? If you lived in our area would you think this type of
>workshop was worth your time? Also I would love to hear about any workshops
>(museum or other) that you found enriching? If you know someone we could
>contact then even better.
>Kimberly Herbert (kimberly)
>San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts/Children's Art Museum
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