Wednesday, August 26, 2020
2:00 pm to 3:00 pm Eastern Time
Across the country, school districts are beginning to reopen for fall, many in virtual and hybrid formats. Concurrently, museums and cultural organizations are striving to create programming and educational resources that will support schools, teachers, students, and parents during this challenging time. For many, this is still new territory, and best practices are being developed in real-time. As a result, there is a strong need to connect with other educators in the cultural space to share strategies, ideas, lessons.
Join Brendan Ciecko (CEO & Founder @ Cuseum), Malika Pryor (Senior Director of Education & Programs @ Detroit Historical Society), Grace Torres (Manager of School Programs @ Perez Art Museum Miami), and Lucy Stirn (School & Youth Programs Manager @ International Spy Museum) as they discuss how cultural organizations can support schools, design programming, and succeed with virtual formats in the upcoming school year!
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