Applications being accepted for arts academies

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At the STEAM Academy last summer in Murray, a teacher engaged in deep observation through a lens, experiencing the a level of inquiry and nuanced discovery found in both the arts and science. Submitted photo by Alix Mattingly, The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts
At the STEAM Academy last summer in Murray, a teacher engaged in deep observation through a lens, experiencing the a level of inquiry and nuanced discovery found in both the arts and science.
Submitted photo by Alix Mattingly, The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts

Applications are being accepted for the 2016 Kentucky Center Academies for Arts & Arts Integration.

At the Arts Academy, teachers learn by doing. Pictured here are teachers in Corbin learning a traditional American folk dance that they could teach to their students. Submitted photo by Alix Mattingly, The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts
At the Arts Academy, teachers learn by doing. Pictured here are teachers in Corbin learning a traditional American folk dance that they could teach to their students.
Submitted photo by Alix Mattingly, The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts

Since 2000, The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts has partnered with the Kentucky Department of Education to provide active, standards-aligned professional learning academies in the arts and arts integration for certified Kentucky public school teachers. The four academies being offered this summer include:

Stipends and travel subsidies are available. For further information about these four- and five-day academies, please go to the Kentucky Center Academies for Arts & Arts Integration website here.

 

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