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Events

ArtsCore Bridge Day

ArtsCore Bridge Day will be held on Friday, September 24, 2021 in Reeve Union.  Join us for an afternoon of short, arts integrated lessons presented by ArtsCore alumni.  In 2020, keynote speaker, Mark Jones, taught participants how to create their own stop motion videos.  A short compilation of participants videos can be viewed here.

ArtShare: 60-Minute Saturdays

Thank you to everyone who presented and participated in our 2021 ArtShare: 60-Minute Saturdays, a professional development series for UWO Preservice and Licensed teachers.  The sessions were educational, insightful and fun!

Videos from all of our ArtShare: 60-Minute Saturdays are available in our media gallery here

 

Arts Integration Symposium

The Arts Integration Symposium will be held on Friday, March 11, 2022 in Reeve Union.  Our 2021 keynote session explored the art of puppetry with visual storyteller, educator and puppeteer, Karen Konnerth, followed by sessions featuring art integration lessons or hot topics relevant in today’s teaching.  Our virtual networking session afforded participants the opportunity to connect face to face.   Learn more about the breakout sessions here.

Bonus Events


Our recurring Restorative Yoga series,”Permission to Pause” has now concluded.  A very special thank you to ArtsCore alumna, Teresa Moucha, for leading us in these powerful, yet relaxing sessions.  In addition to being an elementary art teacher at Carl Traeger Elementary in Oshkosh, Teresa is also a certified yoga instructor through the Fond du Lac Center for Spirituality and Healing and has successfully completed 200 hours of Yoga Teacher Training.  Teresa has also completed her course work in Restorative Yoga through Yoga International.
 
 
Restorative yoga is defined as a practice that is all about slowing down and opening your body through passive stretching. Restorative yoga encourages physical, mental and emotional Relaxation. Appropriate for all levels, restorative yoga is practiced at a slow pace, focusing on long holds, stillness and deep breathing.
 
Sessions were held on Hopin.
Registration is now closed for the February 20th session: “Permission to Pause for Self Love and Kindness.”
Registration is now closed for the April 10th session: “Permission to Pause and Shower Yourself in Self Care.”
Registration is now closed for the May 1st session: “Permission to Pause as You Relax and Restore.”

 

Past Events


 

Guest Speaker Workshops

  • 3/13/21:    Virtual Arts Integration Symposium:  Make Learning Pop with Puppets:  Arts Integration Across the Curriculum in the Elementary School Classroom, by Karen Konnerth, keynote speaker
  • 9/26/20:   Virtual Bridge Day: Animation in the Classroom: High Tech to No Tech by Mark Jones, keynote speaker
  • 2/10/20:    Adaptive Tools and Strategies for Pre-service Teachers, by Susan Loesl
  • 3/18/19:     The Music at Hand: How We Improvise and Why It Matters, by Bill Bauer
  • 10/15/18:   A sad tale’s best for winter: Shakespearean Romance, Trauma, and the Limits of Storytelling, by Ann Pleiss Morris
  • 3/12/18:    Q&A book study with Julia Marshall, Design & Development Consultant to the Alameda County Office of Education’s  Integrated Learning Specialist Program
  • 10/16/17:   Cycropia, aerial dance troupe
  • 9/18/17:     Q&A with Kirsty Mitchell, Fine Art Photographer
  • 4/24/17:     Placed-Based Education:  A Visual Field Trip Across North America, David Sobel
  • 4/24/17:     Traditional Storytelling:  Celebrate the arts, nature and storytelling, by Randy Cornelius
  • 4/18/16:     Animation in the Classroom:  Collaborative Storytelling Across the Curriculum, by Mark Jones
  • 10/19/15:   Layers of Trouble:  How a cicada’s song inspired an artist to find the art in science subjects, by Judith Baker Waller