Archive — Month: June 2018


Published: June 29th, 2018

AzDEO’s 2nd Annual DANCE EDUCATOR RETREAT/REJUVENATION!

  AzDEO is pleased to announce the 2nd Annual Dance Educator Retreat, offering one day of movement and discussion classes specifically designed for teachers in any setting. Followed by our Annual Meeting. You do not want to miss this incredible day of dance and sharing. Lunch included!!  Retreat Offerings-Draft (subject to change) Hip Hop Choreography [Read more…]

Published: June 29th, 2018

Mesa HeArt Studios Offering FREE Summer Studio Hours!

Beginning Tuesday June 19 creatives are invited to bring your projects to FREE Open Studio Hours Tuesday and Thursdays 9am-3pm at the new HeatSync Labs located at 108 W Main St in Downtown Mesa!   Join our MeetUp Group Art In the Heart of Mesa:   Feel free to drop in and join us! Bring your [Read more…]

Published: June 13th, 2018

US Ed Article dives into Title IV-A

Good afternoon! I encourage you all to take a moment and review this easy to digest article regarding Title IV-A or teh Student Support & Academic Enrichment Grant. This is a WONDERFUL way to capitalize on new funding sources to improve the well-rounded education and safe & healthy students through Arts Education activities and interventions. I look [Read more…]

Published: June 13th, 2018

Teacher Institute at the Heard!

July 23-25, 2018 | 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dear Educator, Please join us for a free three-day course offering educators Standards-based tools and resources to teach American Indian history, culture, and art. The institute will provide educators with an opportunity to network with one another and leave with tangible lesson plans that can be adapted [Read more…]

Published: June 13th, 2018

Join us for Phoenix’s “Emancipation Marathon”!

A 21 year Phoenix tradition, join us as we commemorate the victims of American Chattel Slavery through community reading. Participants are what true diversity looks like! This FREE event is from 10:00- 5:00 at Phoenix’s “Changing Hands Book Store”. Volunteers read contiguously and aloud about “that peculiar institution”, American Chattel Slavery in honor of those [Read more…]

Published: June 13th, 2018

ATTN MUSIC EDUCATORS!

The Tucson Jazz Music Foundation is interested in hosting a workshop and/or series of workshops/training sessions to inspire, and provide direction for music teachers on how to create a curriculum/lessons plans to teach jazz music to young children ages Pre-K-5. Workshop instructor will be Natalie Wilson, an award-winning music educator (vocal, general music, jazz specialty), [Read more…]