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Director's Spotlight Courses

Continuing Education Summer 2018 Brochure

To get you started in the studio, we are offering a special tuition rate of $295 on the following courses:


Drawing Challenge
Challenge yourself to draw 100 drawings in 10 weeks.


Illustration: Character Development
Create characters for use in comics, children's books, gaming, or animation.


Open Edition Printmaking
Intermediate + advanced printmakers receive instruction + access to printmaking studios.


Stop Motion Animation
Introduction to medium: flip book, cut paper, hand drawn + puppet animation.

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Teaching Artist Symposium: Building Your Toolkit

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Teaching Artist Symposium: Building Your Toolkit

 
Saturday, June 23, 2018
The University of the Arts Campus, Terra Hall (211 S.Broad Street, Philadelphia PA 19102)
$25 for full day of activities, includes lunch - Register Now
 
 
Sponsored in partnership by the Division of Continuing Studies at The University of the Arts, Mural Arts Philadelphia, and Stockton Rush Bartol Foundation.
 
Teaching artists bring their creative knowledge to K–12 classrooms, but there are many new opportunities for artists to engage communities that are outside of the traditional classroom. This symposium will introduce practitioners to experts in the fields of restorative practice, inclusion, creative aging, and even municipal government.
 
Reconsider how your artistic practice can be transferred into these new learning settings. We will showcase practical tools and skills to support your development in these areas; through panel discussions and breakout sessions, we’ll explore the ways that you can expand your network and build your teaching toolkit.
 
The symposium will feature a keynote address from Eric Booth and a day of programming at The University of the Arts.

 

Why Attend?

• Build your network
• Learn more about creative aging, inclusion, juvenile justice, and government
• Meet expert practitioners in the teaching artist field
• Learn about Advanced Learning Opportunities including the UArts Teaching Artist Certificate Program
• Identify populations where you see need and develop partnerships and programs for them
 
 

Schedule

9:00–10:00 AM   Welcome + Coffee Reception
10:00AM  Keynote Speaker: Eric Booth
11:00 AM–12:30 PM                 
              




       
Panel: New Opportunities in the Field of Teaching Artistry
 
  •    What do you need to do this work?
  •    What do you need to be successful doing this work?
  •    What kind of expansion from school practice?
12:30–1:45 PM Topic Lunch featuring experts and specialists
2:00 PM Breakout session 
3:15 PM Breakout session 
4:30–6:00 PM Happy Hour
4:30–5:30 PM Office Hours - four 15-minute conversation blocks; 1:1 meetings with experts
6:00 PM Post-event meet up, location TBD
 
                             
 
 
Questions? Contact continuingeducation@uarts.edu.
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Summer Courses are Open for Registration

Courses include the Arts, Ed Tech, Inclusion, Literacy, Partnership courses, ArtsWeek, and more.

View a full course listing here.

ArtsWeek courses are offered in three locations in the greater Philadelphia area. Learn more here.

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The MEd Priority Application Deadline is March 1st

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MEd Brochure

Join a network of experienced educators and advance your professional goals without career interruption.
We're currently accepting application for our Summer 2018 MEd cohort, with priority given to those who apply by March 1st.

Master of Education in Educational Program Design
Master of Education in Educational Technology

Our MEd and Certificate programs provide you with the individual attention and support that define the learning experience at the University of the Arts.  


WHY UArts?  
  • Cohort model
  • Two MEd Tracks
  • Accelerated (complete degree in 2-3 years)
  • Summer Core (complete degree in 5 years)
  • Small, interdisciplinary courses
  • Hybrid, in-person and online course formats
  • Multiple sites across Pennsylvania
  • Access to fantastic studio space, UArts-wide events, happenings, speakers + resources
  • One-on-One Advising
  • Design a Capstone Project to address the needs of YOUR classroom, school, or District
 
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Meet Continuing Education's Mark Knight and Jacob Folk

Reading Aloud in Public instructor Mark Knight explains his methods and what's in store for his students this Spring.

 

Recorded by Digital Audio Workshop instructor Jacob Folk on UArts' campus.

 

Listen HERE.

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Patrick Brennan Exhibit 'While You Were Sleeping // Pocket Noise' Currently on View

Patrick Brennan Postcard

Patrick Brennan Postcard

While You Were Sleeping and Pocket Noise by Patrick Brennan, a Philadelphia-based photographer and UArts Digital Photography Certificate candidate, are currently on view on the 9th floor of Terra Hall.


While You Were Sleeping is a collection of digital photographs documenting celestial lights. Cinematic images depict dramatic skies patiently captured ib dark, clear nights.

Pocket Noise is comprised of images mined from accidental pocket photos, a common digital photography blunder. Brennan manipulates these seemingly banal mishaps, uncovering celebratory, psychedelic abstractions.


You can preview some of his work here.


The exhibition is FREE & open to the public.

Terra Hall

211 S. Broad Street

9th Floor, Room 901

Philadelphia, PA 19107

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