September 21, 2011 - 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM

Corcoran High School Students at ArtRage standing in front of their art history project which celebrated women artists throughout history. It was part of our exhibition, 100 Years of Women Rockin’ the World: Celebrating International Women’s Day 1911-2011

Dr. Weeks Elementary School students in front of their photo club project for ArtRage.

The Gallery Director and the Community Engagement Organizer invite educators of all disciplines to ArtRage to learn about our upcoming exhibition season and how to use the art and its themes in your classroom.  ArtRage’s powerful exhibitions help students to understand their world in new and creative ways.

2011-2012 Highlights:
Printmaking in the Chicano Art TraditionWomen Weavers of Guatemala
Understanding Gender and Masculinity through Historic Photography Posters exploring the Global Environmental Movement Celebrating Syracuse’s Northside through Community Photography

Learn about:
Scheduling a tour Integrating the exhibitions into your curriculum Partnering with ArtRage in Education projects (not just for art teachers!) Exhibiting your student’s work at the gallery Scheduling a guest speaker in your classroom
Reception to follow along with a private viewing of The Machine, La Maquina – The Art of Favianna Rodriguez.

RVSP to or 315-218-5711 for this free event.