These resources are designed to integrate arts education with classroom learning. We are at the forefront of the STEM to STEAM movement, complementing Corning’s reputation as a home of glass science and technology by adding in a more classical arts education program.
Our custom-designed programs assist teachers with creative strategies to teach grade-level curricula using the visual arts as inspiration. We have focused our efforts on helping classroom teachers, after-school educators, parents and other nonprofit organizations to give every child their best opportunity to learn and grow through art enrichment and engagement.
The Rockwell Museum is proud to partner with Local Learning Network (a national network for folk art in education) and The ARTS Council of the Southern Finger Lakes to offer Culture, Community & the Classroom, an active and culturally engaging workshop for teachers and artists in the Finger Lakes region.
Teachers earn CTLE credits and will build personal plans for the inclusion of culture–especially traditions and art forms meaningful locally–in their classrooms. Folk artists will learn methods to convey the significance of their cultural knowledge and create a plan to share key details about their art and its context to diverse audiences.
This program is free for New York teachers and traditional artists. Registration is now open for the 2020-2021 school year.
The Museum offers workshops specifically for art teachers. These workshops focus on art-making and designing themes for student exhibits inspired by the permanent collection and special exhibitions.
Our teacher programs are perfect for In-Service days, professional development workshops, and summer seminars. Please contact Mary Mix at 607-974-4305 or firstname.lastname@example.org for further scheduling availability. A Museum educator will follow-up to help plan a program tailored to meet the specific needs of your group.
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