“Tapping into Confidence: Crafting a Personal Artistic/ Educational Philosophy”
Come and enjoy some intuitive reflection on your professional practices to craft the heart of your personal artistic or educational philosophy. Register
Workshop: 4:30 – 5:00 pm (Room TBA)
Jeannette Brossart has been a professional mosaic artist since 2003. Her mosaic work ranges from public art, private installations, sculptural mosaics, gallery and garden mosaic art. Jeannette recently attended the NYC’s Lincoln Center Teaching Artist Laboratory in July, 2016. With over 70 residencies and workshops under her belt, join her for a presentation of tips, advice, ideas, and inspiration for sharing your educational philosophy and artistry with others for the approaching school year and beyond.
“Are You Kidding? I can take care of myself WHILE I’M AT WORK?”
Feeling pulled in too many directions and have just learned of another responsibility that is yours? Feeling pressured to perform at even higher levels of expectations? Let’s face it, working in the schools either as staff or administration is demanding. Consistently performing at or beyond your maximum may invite visits to the doctor, absenteeism, burn out and even short term memory impairment. Learn one gentle body based strategy for self preservation today, and use it today. This is something that you can practice in the classroom, an office, or in the teacher’s lounge. Look at your schedule and plan WHEN you practice. If this made you smile, COME JOIN! Register
Workshop: 5:10 – 5:40 pm (Room TBA)
Jody Cassell is a Teaching and Performing Artist in Dance and author of the children’s book Where’s Leon? A 2010-2011 Durham Arts Council Ella Fountain Pratt Emerging Artist, Jody earned a M.F.A. in Dance from NYU School of the Arts, NY, NY and a M.S. (Dance/Movement Therapy) from Hunter College of the City University of NY, NY. She served as a Master Artist for the Wolf Trap Institute for Early Learning Through the Arts in Vienna, VA and has over 4 decades of experience teaching through movement. Professional Development for teachers and working with those with special needs are of special interest.