The NH State Council on the Arts' invites you to Register now for the 2014 New Hampshire Arts Education Partnership Conference: The Arts as Inspiration for Learning * Teaching * Making * Living. Early bird registration rates are open through September 15th.
Keynote speakers will include Christine Reich, Director of Exhibit Development and Conservation, Museum of Science, Boston; and Warren Seelig, Textile Artist, Educatorand National Craft Fellow.
Please share with your communities of teachers, parents, teaching artists, creative youth development leaders, staff, early learning and outdoor educators This year's conference will take place Oct. 31- Nov. 2 at the Barbara Harris Conference Center in Greenfield, NH.
The conference, presented by the NH State Council on the Arts in collaboration with the Arts Alliance and other partners, will include great keynote presentations and discussions, dozens of hands-on workshops on topics from weaving and dance to vocal improvisation, creative writing, poetry, STEAM to grant writing, and a whole lot more - including a community jazz presentation and the creation of a community mosaic mural! Register now for best rates and workshop availability. Most workshops support and connect with Common Core and the new national arts standards.
The program will include a Sunday morning presentation and conversation with Alice Fogel, NH Poet Laureate, and Alexandra de Steiguer, photographer, recipient of a 2008 Artist Fellowship and author. Alexandra is also the winter caretaker on Star Island.
You are invited to attend for one day or the full weekend. To learn more, register, or find the complete schedule, each day's agenda, workshop descriptions and presenter's biographies visit: www.nh.gov/nharts or www.aannh.org