Tuesday July 1, 2014
8:30 am to 12:30 pm
We invite you to join us for a Professional Development Workshop for K-12 Educators. This interactive workshop will focus on creating curriculum connections between the Joseph Allen Skinner Museum and your teaching.
The Workshop will give you the opportunity to integrate object-based teaching into your classroom and explore many facets of Skinner’s collection, including Colonial American life, Native American culture, and the natural world, among many others. We will also work together to improve and develop K-12 web activities to best meet your teaching objectives.
Please register by Friday, June 13th
Send contact information (your name, school, grade you teach, and email address) to:
Kendra Weisbin, Assistant Curator of Education
Masks: A Professional Development Workshop for Teachers
29 March 2013
Mount Holyoke College Art Museum in Partnership with Jean-Paul Maitinsky and Jeremy Donnelly of Springfield Magnet Schools.
Masks are a global phenomenon; they have been made in almost every time period and region in the world. They can be ceremonial or funereal, celebratory or mournful. Though the meaning, function, and form of masks differ from culture to culture, one thing remains constant – the ability of masks to illuminate the cultures and people who made and wore them. This workshop for educators will explore the form and meaning of masks from the collection of Mount Holyoke College Art Museum. The morning’s first section will focus on looking at historical masks with Museum staff. The morning’s second part will include a hands-on mask making session with Springfield educator Jeremy Donnelly.
If you are interested in arranging a Professional Development workshop at the Mount Holyoke College Art Museum please contact Kendra Weisbin, Assistant Curator of Education, email@example.com (413) 538-3246