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Artura.org Introductory Webinar: Cross-Curricular & Cross-Cultural Connections in Education (Virtual Event)

Professors and art educators, curriculum leaders and school administrators, and parents are invited to join a free webinar to introduce the new Artura.org database, a digital image-library of 2,000+ artworks created by Native American, African, African American, Latin, Latin American, Asian, Asian American, Caribbean, White American, and European artists of the Post-Modern era. The collection specializes in fine-art printmaking processes.

The virtual Institute for Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity in Education and the Arts (IIDEEA) is partnering with Brandywine Workshop and Archives to present a brief video tour of the website and its many images and features for instruction and learning. The free program is focused on sharing ideas and tools to advance cross-curricular and cross-cultural learning.

Participants will include Richard Siegesmund, PhD, University of Northern Illinois; Tatiana Reinoza, PhD, Associate Professor, University of Notre Dame; and national leaders in Art, Art History, and Art Education will share during a short question and answer period.

The 45-minute webinar is being offered twice at 1:00 PM EST, Tuesday, August 11th and at 1:00 PM EST, Thursday, August 13th.

Space is limited, so register early to secure your spot in this free webinar.

Please visit the 'External Link' below to register.
Relevant research areas: North America, Contemporary

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