I.D.E.A. Inclusion • Diversity • Equity in the Arts

A project of the MAAE's RIDE committee to help bring greater equity for all.

Quarterly opportunities for professional learning associated with the arts and issues of racism, inclusion, diversity and equity.

SAVE THE DATE!

Future sessions scheduled for:

OUR NEXT SESSION
4.13.23 @ 4:30-5:30pm

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REGISTER 4/13 HERE


MAAE wishes to make programming accessible to all. In-person events are held in ADA compliant facilities allowing those with mobility issues to participate. Please contact director@moaae.org if you have any additional requests to accommodate visual, hearing or other accessibility issues.

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Have a question, topic or concern you'd like to explore with other arts educators? We want to hear about it! contact director@moaae.org. Want MAAE to work with your local arts education team as they navigate change?
Customized sessions available. contact
director@moaae.org.

1/19/23 - 4:30-5:30pm -
Visual artist Maggie Meiners shared items from her virtual exhibit "Revisiting Rockwell" that retain the humor and humanity that characterizes the paintings of Norman Rockwell, shifting these iconic images from
wistful nostalgia to contemporary relevance.


Companion asynchronous learning module An introduction to Norman Rockwell available.

(1:01:21 duration)
Meet Maggie Meiners - "Revisiting Rockwell"

TEACHERS: A graduate credit option may also be available