Friday, January 21, 2022 (8:30am-2:00pm)
Common Man Inn, Plymouth, NH
Masks are required for this event for all attendees and workshop presenters. All Covid protocols are being observed.
All elementary and secondary classroom teachers, administrators, arts educators, and artists are invited to participate in the 27th annual ETC Integrated Arts Conference. This one-day event offers 8 hours of professional development and continuing education workshops. Using the hands-on, cognitive power of the arts, participants will learn how to build community through various art forms. Learn how to incorporate and integrate skills, attitudes, and behaviors to effectively build community with daily tasks and challenges through the arts. Workshops and curricular materials will be inclusive and representative of all learners in our changing world.
We hope you can join us for this fantastic day! Please note, masks will be required for all workshop participants and presenters.
Register before January 11, 2022 and enter “ETC15” as a discount code at checkout to save $15 off the conference cost!
Registration Fee (after January 11): $120
Lunch is included in the registration price
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Plymouth State University, the Common Man Family of Restaurants and the New Hampshire Department of Education, with support from the NH State Council on the Arts, NEA New Hampshire, and the NH Arts Learning Network are presenting an exciting full day conference exploring the power of the arts for all learners on January 21, 2022.
This full-day in-person event offers professional development and continuing education workshops showcasing many different ways to bring the arts into your classroom in addition to keynote addresses and interactive experiences. All classroom teachers, arts educators, administrators and artists are invited! Learn how to integrate visual art, music, drama and writing into your curriculum.
Interested in pursuing GRADUATE CREDIT?
Graduate credit from Plymouth State University is available to all attendees for an additional cost, but all those who register for graduate credits are able to attend the Conference for FREE. To do this you will need to register for IN5560 ST: Integrated Arts Conference CRN 32949 (see link below) and sign up for the Conference by emailing Kelly McGowan at 781-686-2683 or registering online. You will not be charged for the Conference if you are registered for IN5560.
Those interested in earning graduate credit for the conference can register online HERE.
Please Note: For students who are not currently an active graduate student at PSU, the registration process can be completed with this paper registration form. Active students can register online through their myPlymouth account. The information needed to complete the form is listed below and should be submitted directly to the Registrar’s Office (contact info on bottom of form)
IN 5560 ST: Integrated Arts Conference, CRN# 33232, Patricia Lindberg, Jan 18-May 6
A Special Note from Dr. Trish Lindberg
I want to invite you to join our exciting Integrated Arts Graduate Programs at Plymouth State. For those thinking about their masters, please consider our MEd in Integrated Arts and for those who already have their masters, consider our 33 credit CAGS in Arts, Leadership and Learning to further explore the power of the arts and get to masters plus 30! I am happy to meet individually with anyone interested and may be contacted at email@example.com or at 603-254-9599. The Integrated Arts Conference class IN5560 counts as an elective for both programs or as a great way to earn professional development!