Promoting Equity & Diversity in the Classroom through Art
Join us for a FREE professional development program that will bring educators together, facilitate open dialogue, and elevate the voices and stories of marginalized groups to promote greater understanding. Participants will be shown approaches to exploring works of art from multiple viewpoints and learn new ways to promote equity and diversity in the classroom, while discovering many possible interpretations of an artwork.
All attendees will have a chance to network over wine and light appetizers, explore works in the Timken collection, including Kehinde Wiley's Equestrian Portrait of Prince Tommaso of Savoy-Carignan (on loan from a private collection through May 2024), and receive free bus transportation to the Timken for their classrooms.
RSVP to attend.
October 18th Update: We have had a very enthusiastic response to our Educator's Open House evening event and have reached capacity. If you weren't able to secure a spot, no need to fret – you can still join our waitlist. By providing your name and email, we'll ensure you receive the materials from the Educators Open House event, allowing you to incorporate our lesson plans and programming into your classroom.
Join the waitlist at: Open House for Educators - Waitlist