Here's what events we have to look forward to the rest of the semester! . . .
Art Lessons every Tuesday night at the local Salvation Army for their Supper Club.
We ask different NAEA to volunteer every week to get teaching experience! We come up with our own short, one session lessons for students 5-18 years old.
March 11th at 8pm
213 Sprowls Hall, Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
The lecture will be on Co-Teaching, something new in the Education field that upcoming teachers NEED to know about.
Norwin High School Workshops: Recycled Plastic Art
One of our members is heading a workshop over Spring Break that involves working with high school students of Norwin Highschool. We are showing them the benefits of recycling their plastic to make art. Their project involves a lot of brainstorming, creativity, and craftsmanship. The topic of the project is Plant/Animal Hybrid.
(Rooster / Cactus Hybrid)
Campus Outreach Workshop: Learning how to make Photo-Transfers
Towards the end of March we plan on hosting an event to teach students of IUP how to get creative with photo transfers. Details of the event are still in the works!
In April, we plan on holding a day long lesson where we take students to the Indiana University Museum, give them a tour of the Exhibition, and then take them to a classroom where we teach them an art lesson that goes along with the ideas of the exhibition. This semester, we will be doing our event around the Roots and Wings Exhibition. http://www.iup.edu/page.aspx?id=144384
Chalk on the Walk
In April, we will be holding this campus event that involves a themed Chalk Drawing Contest. Students always look forward to this event to really color up the Oak Grove. Looking forward to seeing the talent of IUP students!
(image from previous years)