Recharge your creative drive and expand your toolkit
As a K-12 arts educator, you understand better than anyone the benefits of the instruction you provide:
- innovative thinking
- technological savvy
- self-starting discipline
- ability to manifest a creative vision
But when was the last time you immersed yourself in the arts for the sake of your own professional and artistic development? At Watkins, you can join a cohort of inspired educators eager to do just that.
In our Teacher Community Education classes, you’ll work with Watkins professors and fellow educators to develop strategies for incorporating thematic and contemporary ideas, projects, and techniques into your curriculum. You also will expand your own creative and professional horizons by making art in new and familiar media. Most important, you’ll reinvigorate the passion that led you to a career as an arts educator.
Our lineup of free workshops for arts educators in Middle Tennessee features a rich variety of materials, media, and methods, and this year’s curriculum is no exception. Workshops are funded in full by the Memorial Foundation.
When you find the workshop for you, register as soon as possible. Space is limited, and registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Watkins Community Education has a strict cancellation policy that requires 48-hour notice if you are unable to attend a workshop. Registrants are limited to 1 ticket per person. Tickets are not to be reserved by one individual for others, and it is mandatory that each person attending a workshop registers for that workshop themselves. Failure to comply with these policies will preclude you from future educator workshops hosted by Watkins.