In conjunction with the LCVA’s Break Glass: The Art of V.L. Cox – A Conversation to End Hate exhibition, this workshop will provide educators with the tools to engage students in a dialog about diversity and social awareness as it relates to their curriculum and the everyday lives of students.
Participants will take part in workshops with the Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, the Roberts Russa Moton Museum, the Virginia Holocaust Museum, and the Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities. The morning will start off at the LCVA with an interactive workshop with the Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities and a tour of the Break Glass: The Art of V.L. Cox – A Conversation to End Hate exhibition with the LCVA staff. After lunch, there will be a workshop at the Moton Museum with the staff from the Virginia Holocaust Museum and the Robert Russa Moton Museum. The day will end with a tour of the Robert Russa Moton Museum. All workshop participants will receive 5 recertification points as well as a packet of educational resources to use in the classroom.
Space is limited-To register please contact Mindy Pierson, firstname.lastname@example.org