Bulletin Board: Connectivity: An Arts Integration Virtual Conference on July 31st, 2012


9AM Tuesday, July 31
4310 Gallatin St., Hyattsville City Hall Building, Prangley Room, 2nd Floor

PGAHCYou're invited to participate in Connectivity: An Arts Integration Virtual Conference on July 31st, 2012.  Join colleagues from all across the globe as we explore Arts Integration strategies, research, and implementation methods from nationally-renowned Arts Integration experts.  Presenters include Susan Riley, author of Shake the Sketch: An Arts Integration WorkbookRosalind Flynneducational drama consultant with the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts National Touring Workshops for Teachers, Ali Oliver-Krueger, Arts Education Specialist with InterAct Story Theater, Jessica Balsley, founder of TheArtofEd.com, and many more.

The PGAHC and the City of Hyattsville is hosting this webinar forum, to provide you with access to all of the day's presentations online, and a members-only online community where you will be able to access presentations and materials, and interact with all of the presenters and conference participants before, during and after the conference. Spaces are limited for this exciting event so please RSVP by July 27.

To register and to find out more information about how you can support arts education, please RSVP to Eileen Cave by calling the Prince George’s Arts and Humanities Council at 301-277-1402, or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

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