In this 8-day Virtual Basic Arts institute, participants will be immersed in ways to integrate storytelling, visual arts, music, NW Coast cultural arts, and media arts,  K-12 curriculum and instruction.  Application of theory through hands-on practice will fill the days.

Sealaska Scholarships:
Sealaska Heritage has 20 scholarships for Juneau, Ketchikan and Yakatat teachers. (Interested teachers should register for the Sealaska Scholarship option with a $100 deposit to reserve a space.)

Three 500 level Credits Available

Teacher Leaders:

  • Edward Littlefield, Culture & Music
  • Shelley Toon Lindberg, Visual Arts
  • Abel Ryan, NW Coast Art
  • Martha Gould-Lehe, Culture Integration
Juneau-Final-Flyer.pdf (82 downloads)

For more information, contact Barbara Short at bshort@akartsed.org

 

 

  • Juneau Amplifying Storytelling Through Arts & Culture Institute
    July 25, 2021 - August 6, 2021
    9:00 am - 3:30 pm
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