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  • MCCC Dates and Locations

    AATE National Conference Registration

    Garrett County Student Art Festival

    A Night at the Opera Wine Supper

    Arts Integration Summer Institute at the Lucy School

    Summer Programs at the Walters

    Worldwide Pinhole Photography

    Baltimore High School Film Fest

    Students Address Heroin Epidemic

    Register for the 2017 Maryland Arts Education Conference

    The Arts are Alive in Maryland Schools T-Shirts

    Studio 39s The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon

    Barbara Ingram School for the Arts Visit

    The Nations Report Card: 2016 Arts

    MMEA 75th Anniversary and Awards Celebration

    Sarah Perdue Named Somerset Countys Teacher of the Year

    The Korea Project

    The Maryland Teacher Leadership Summit

    AACPS Dance Education Professional Development Workshops

    Howard County Arts Council Displays Student Work

    The Jungle Book Now Playing through May 28, 2017

    Register Now for the 2017 Maryland Arts Education Conference

    Click here to register.

    https://www.tfaforms.com/4604123

  • Click here to purchase a t-shirt and support arts education!

    The Arts are Alive in Maryland SchoolsT-Shirts Available Now!

    Maryland Centers for Creative Classrooms Dates and Locations

    https://teespring.com/MDfinearts#pid=2&cid=2397&sid=front

  • 206 tales in 50 minutes at Studio 39s outdoor courtyard!

    Studio 39s The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon

    Barbara Ingram School for the Arts Visit

    An exciting day with Washington County dancers!

    AATE's 30th annual conference will be held in New Orleans, Louisiana from August 2-6, 2017.

    In a city known for being a cultural melding pot, we will explore where our field divides, where those divisions have the serendipity to collide, and how those collisions can make coalitions for stronger theatre and education. With the backdrop of history, attendees will experience the city that created jazz and the city that Katrina and the Federal Flooding of 2005 changed forever. An experience unlike no other awaits in the lush Southern city that has captivated the American imagination for generations. Come march down to the party in New Orleans! Come explore divisions, collisions, and coalitions! We can't wait to see you!

    For more information on the Conference, please go HERE.

    AATE National Conference registration is now OPEN.

    http://aate.memberclicks.net/message2/link/94b9424e-77a3-43d7-918c-f4f8f0c8e6ab/3http://aate.memberclicks.net/message2/link/94b9424e-77a3-43d7-918c-f4f8f0c8e6ab/3

  • The Nations Report Card: 2016 Arts on April 25th was a wonderful national perspective presentation of the importance of arts education.

    The Nations Report Card: 2016 Arts

    This exciting 3-D piece by a Southern Middle School student is just one example of the great artworks seen at the Garrett County Student Art Festival!

    A rhythm ensemble of croquet mallets and golf clubs!

    On April 22nd, the Maryland Music Educators Association honored the 2017 award recipients for their outstanding achievements.

    Award Recipients

    Shannon Day, Outstanding Music Educator

    Lewis Dutrow, Outstanding Music Educator

    Doug Miles, Outstanding Music EAducator

    Lynn Staininger, Outstanding Music Educator

    Chris Rattay, Outstanding Administrator

    Anita Lambert, Corwin Taylor Award for Leadership in Music Education

    Ginny Flynn, James and Rosemary Walters Award for Service to MMEA

    Ellicott Mills Middle School, Exemplary Music Program

    MMEA 75th Anniversary and Awards Celebration

    The Garrett County Student Art Festival

  • Friday, May 12, 2017 at 6:30pm Join advocates at the Gramercy Mansion for an evening of dining, music, and celebration! Purchase Tickets Here Join us for an evening gala of live music and fine dining, including a gourmet multi-course meal with wine pairings. Enjoy a delicious meal while dining for a cause.

    A Night at the Opera Wine Supper

    Sarah Perdue Named Somerset Countys Teacher of the Year

    Sarah Perdue, a veteran art teacher who encourages students to creatively translate ideas and experiences into works of visual art, was chosen by a blue-ribbon panel of judges as the Somerset County 2017 Teacher of the Year for public schools. Click here to read more.

    https://www.tfaforms.com/4610630http://www.delmarvanow.com/story/news/local/maryland/2017/03/31/sarah-perdue-teacher-of-year-somerset/99875970/

  • MSDE Fine Arts Office January 2017

    Summer Camp Grades 1-8 Kids in grades 18 will explore all the art the Walters has to offer, and create their own art, too. Led by museum educators and teaching artists, summer camp students learn cool art-making skills, play in Mount Vernon Park, and meet special guests. Each Friday, friends and family are invited to share in the fun at the student showcase and group performance. Click here to view the programs offered for grades 1-8. Teen Workshops Grades 9-12 Work with practicing Baltimore artists to hone skills in a variety of media. In addition to portfolio development, teens will curate a culminating exhibition of their work. Professional-grade materials and off-site visits included. Click here to view the programs offered for grades 9-12.

    Summer Programs at the Walters

    The Maryland Teacher Leadership Summit

    Arts Integration Summer Institute at the Lucy School

    The Lucy School offers a 5-day arts integration summer institute titled Integrating the Arts into the Early Childhood Curriculum: A Powerful Medium for Young Children. Participants receive three MSDE Continuing Education Credits upon completion. Click here for the course summary. Click here for the registration form.

    Location: Chesapeake Bay Foundation - Philip Merrill Environmental Center Dates: July 18-19th The Maryland Teacher Leadership Summit is a two-day summit designed to promote and develop teacher-led initiatives across the state. Modeled after the successful National Teach to Lead Summit, the Maryland event will:

    Spotlight and support a selective group of teacher-led initiatives across Maryland;

    Provide teacher-led teams hands-on training to refine their program models, identify supports, and communicate their initiatives to key stakeholders

    Promote teacher leadership among key local systems level stakeholders including superintendents, principals and national and local partners engaged to advise and support teacher-led teams to refine innovative proposals;

    The Maryland Summit will be held on Tuesday, July 18th and Wednesday July 19th for teacher-led teams selected by peers through an application process. The Summit will include critical friends and partner organizations that will support teacher-led teams to refine their program/proposal designs and advocate for their initiatives locally. Team Applications are due: Friday, May 26, 2017 at 11:59pm ET Apply Today: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/t2l2017

    https://thewalters.org/family/camp/https://thewalters.org/family/teen-workshops/http://lucyschool.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/2017_Arts_Inst_Descript.pdfhttp://lucyschool.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/2017_Summer_Institute_Registration_Form.pdfhttps://www.surveymonkey.com/r/t2l2017

  • June 12, 13 and 14, 2017 8:00 AM 3:30 PM, Annapolis High School PVA studio. Sessions will highlight information from the 2016 NDEO Conference and movement workshops from multiple guest artists. Focused on secondary dance education. Each day will feature movement sessions. Bring lunch and dress to move. No cost to certified dance teachers teaching dance during the academic day at any Maryland public school. Space is limited. Contact Nicole Deming - ndeming@aacps.org. Commitment to all 3 days is requested. Please contact Nicole with any questions.

    Anne Arundel County Public Schools Dance Education Professional Development Workshop

    Click here to learn more!

    Worldwide Pinhole Photography Sunday, April 30th

    mailto:ndeming@aacps.orghttp://wcmfa.org/worldwide-pinhole-photography-day/

  • Howard County Arts Council Displays Student Work

    Read more here.

    Howard County Public School students participate in a group exhibit called "Imagining Home: Creating Community" at Gallery I at the Howard County Arts Council.

    As a part of the Governors Emergency Heroin and Opioid task, the PVA theatre seniors at Annapolis High School toured a theater performance to middle schools, luncheons, teachers conferences and inpatient rehabilitation centers.

    The process for creating this piece was a lengthy one to ensure that the students fully understood the issue. The group had decided from the beginning that they wanted something physical to represent the addiction, and that because this was initially targeted at 8th graders, they wanted it to be a secret that the performance was about drugs. Miel Hunt brought up the idea of using coats as a metaphor, and the students ran with it.

    After performing a luncheon addressing the heroin issue, Amanda Larkins, a supervisor at Pathways, a rehabilitation center, has brought the students in to perform for patients. After witnessing the performance for the first time, she said, It is so emotional and the actors portray the reality of addiction, the heroin epidemic, and the hope of recovery. The piece takes you in so many directions and the moment you realize the connection between the coat and heroin is quite astonishing. It uncovers the mental health connection, the fact the addiction doesnt discriminate, internal pressure, peer pressure, the hope of recovery, and the unfortunate reality that addiction is li