First Training Session for Rural Arts Collaborative

 

RAC-BadgeOn Monday, May 18 the Rural Arts Collaborative will have its first Training Session and the Coordinators from Washington, Fayette and Greene Counties will meet at the Intermediate Unit 1 Center for Professional Development from 5pm to 7;30 pm.

Teaching Artist Becky Keck will facilitate the session that will allow the potential teaching Artists in Training to  explore topics covering Teaching Artist/Classroom Teacher Relationships, facilitated discussions about the program itself. Participants will be participating in the type activities  they will learn to lead as they move forward in their journey.

Candace 2014 Art Blast Activity 2Radel, Greene County Coordinator, also from the Monon Center, will address the required paperwork for participation.  Participarnts will have an oportunity for fellowship and discussion with the other County Coordinators Dan Cocks from the Fayette County Cultural Trust and Allison Kuzupas from Wash Arts thus gaining a clear understanding of each county’s unique approach to arts integration in their county.


 

What’s Coming Up?

The Monon Center has plans to create exhibits to showcase it’s collection of local and regional historical artifacts to give visitors a snapshot into what it was like to live in a small river town like Greensboro. Plans are to reestablish the basement studios to once again teach the fine crafts of woodworking, pottery, mosaics and nature printing. Community space in the Schoolhouse classrooms can be used to continue our existing educational programming, host group meetings, after school programs, senior activities and any other activities that fit our community-oriented mission.

A museum is not a stagnant collection of historical objects to be looked at through the glass of a display case, the historical connection of the past and present should be experienced through all of the senses so we can all learn from and appreciate our past while looking forward to our future.

Never lose you sense of humor!
Never lose your sense of humor!

First Training Session

RAC-BadgeOn Monday, May 18 the Rural Arts Collaborative will have its first Training Session and the Coordinators from Washington, Fayette and Greene Counties will meet at the Intermediate Unit 1 Center for Professional Development from 5pm to 7;30 pm.

Teaching Artist Becky Keck will facilitate the session that will allow the potential teaching Artists in Training to  explore topics covering Teaching Artist/Classroom Teacher Relationships, facilitated discussions about the program itself. Participants will be participating in the type activities  they will learn to lead as they move forward in their journey.

Candace 2014 Art Blast Activity 2Radel, Greene County Coordinator, also from the Monon Center, will address the required paperwork for participation.  Participarnts will have an oportunity for fellowship and discussion with the other County Coordinators Dan Cocks from the Fayette County Cultural Trust and Allison Kuzupas from Wash Arts thus gaining a clear understanding of each county’s unique approach to arts integration in their county.