Interested in teaching art in the Washington DC area?
Come meet Art Supervisors from Northern Virginia, Maryland, and District of Columbia Public Schools at the Art Supervisor’s Roundtable on Wednesday, March 21st at 5pm. This event will be held at George Mason University in the Art and Design Building, room 2001.
At this valuable event, Supervisors will share their school district’s visual art education goals and programs, as well as what they seek in hiring prospective art teachers. Students will have the opportunity to ask questions during the Q & A time.
The Art Supervisors in attendance will be the following:
Aaron Stratton, Fairfax County Public Schools
Debbie Barnard (Admin. Coordinator), Prince William Public Schools
Marni Leikin, DC Public Schools
Lisa Stuart (content specialist), Linda Adams (Supervisor), Montgomery County Public Schools
Brenda Makle, Prince George County Public Schools
Gary Thomas, Alexandria City Public Schools
Pam Farrell, Arlington County Public Schools
Roger Tomhave from James Madison University will be the MC.
The Fine Art Department invites everyone to our first Student Art Incite Talk
Wednesday March 7, 1:00–1:30 p.m.
Studio 6 (Junior Seminar Studio) Downtown Campus
Five separate talks by Fine Arts Students:
Lorenzo Cardim deAlmeida “Art and Religion of Bahia”
Rene Medrano “The Gaze”
Sarah Gettman “From there to here: teaching adults with severe disabilities”
Jordan Sanders “A Natural Balance”
Dandan Luo “Project 7 9 8, Beijing”
Wednesday, March 21, 2012, 5:00 p.m.
The NAEA Student Chapter and the Art Education faculty at George Mason University invite you at The Corcoran to attend the Art Supervisor’s Roundtable. We have invited Art Supervisors from Northern Virginia, Maryland, and DC to discuss their school district’s visual art education goals and programs, as well as what they seek in hiring prospective art teachers. Art Education students from schools including George Mason University, James Madison University, University of Maryland, and Virginia Commonwealth University will also be invited to attend this important professional session. Students will have the opportunity to ask questions during the Q & A time.
The Supervisor’s Roundtable will be held in the Art and Design Building, room 2001.
School of Art
George Mason University
4400 University Drive
Fairfax, VA 22030