|Professional Development Workshop: Art & Science|
July 17-July 19, 2012
Art and science have been closely related throughout history, and artists today regularly engage in science as part of their creative inquiry. Observation, investigation, critical thinking, and problem solving are methods used by both artists and scientists. This workshop explores intersections of art and science to discover relationships between these disciplines. Sessions include gallery discussions, presentations by experts, hands-on workshops, and lesson development. Cross-disciplinary teams of educators are encouraged to attend together. PD credits are available. $125 per person. Advance registration is required, call 401-454-6552 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Dates & Times
Dates: July 17-July 19, 2012
10am - 4pm
20 North Main Street
Providence, RI 02903
The Metropark lot at the corner of North Main and Steeple Streets offers half-price parking to Museum visitors. Validate your parking stub at the Museum's front desk.
For those with disabilities The Museum encourages you to notify Susan Glasheen, Associate Curator of Musuem Education (401) 454-6531; RI Relay for the hearing impared, (800) 745-5555 TTY, if you need assistance and/or specific services to particiapte in our classes or programs. She will help determine appropriate options to meet your needs.
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