STEAM for Special Populations
Posted by Moore College of Art and Design on February 29, 2016
STEAM FOR SPECIAL POPULATIONS
Saturday, March 12th 9:00 am – 12:30 pm
AN ART EDUCATION MINI-SYMPOSIUM
Presented by Moore’s MA in Art Education with an Emphasis in Special Populations
in partnership with The Franklin Institute
Always a highly anticipated spring event, this year’s Art and Special Education mini-symposium brings the arts and sciences together featuring keynote speaker Dr. Frederic Bertley.
Following our keynote there will be 4 fun filled, hands-on STEAM for Special Populations workshops centered on the theme of “Our Bodies in Balance” for you to pick from.
$25 includes symposium fee, light refreshments and FREE general admission to The Franklin Institute for the day.
$6 parking @ The Franklin Institute (space is limited)
Seating is limited so please register today!
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