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A Wednesday evening professional development series for educators 

Programs run from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. and will include light refreshments. Join fellow educators as we explore ways to use art objects as primary source materials for learning across the curriculum. Participants receive free teaching resources, and will enjoy hands-on activities, gallery tours, and opportunities to discover Museum resources. Details and registration for the 2016-2017 school year coming soon!

Spring Semester Upcoming Dates:


Saturday, April 9, 2016, 9:30am-3:30pm

Join us for a fun day of art & haiku! This teacher workshop is all about experiential education. Participants learn the benefits of creative risk-taking while enjoying hands-on exploration of the use of the simplified structure of haiku in stimulating critical thinking. Create dynamic stories that connect in meaningful ways to art, while learning to elicit these same experiences from your students. 

This day-long program is presented by actor and educator Caley Vickerman, Founder of the Guerilla Haiku Movement. A certified teacher in NY state, she has over 12 years of classroom experience both as a full-time classroom teacher, and as an art educator consulting and leading workshops in-and-out of schools at all grade levels. 

This workshop will emphasize learning strategies for multiple disciplines and grade-levels. Earn 5 clock hours toward professional development. No prior art experience required. 

Click here to reserve your ticket today!

$15 Registration fee includes resource materials, certificate of attendance, and morning refreshments. Lunch is on your own: visit Palette, the Museum Café; bring a brown bag lunch to enjoy “picnic- style” in our Sculpture Garden, or visit one of the many restaurants nearby. Pre-registration is required, and space is limited. Email education@phxart.org or call (602) 307.2041 for more information. 

Interested in hosting Guerilla Haiku Movement at your school? Caley is available for limited classroom or school-wide workshops the week of April 11-15. Email education@phxart.org to find out more! 


SAVE THE DATE: Saturday, August 27, 2016

Information on this day of arts learning coming soon.  Please email education@phxart.org for information.