Upcoming Teacher Programs

Evenings for Educators is an LAUSD Salary Point Credit course. Teachers who attend all four sessions and complete an additional assignment are eligible to receive one Salary Point.

The Eternal City: Rome’s Artistic Legacy | October 23, 2018 | 4:30–8:30 pm

Ancient Rome’s history, mythology, art, and architecture have had a lasting influence on modern cultures. Join us for the first program of the new school year to explore the Eternal City’s legacy through paintings, sculptures, and decorative arts created over a span of nearly one thousand years. This session highlights the special exhibition To Rome and Back: Individualism and Authority in Art, 1500–1800 and will enrich history, civics and government, English language arts, and geography instruction.

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Self-taught American Artists | December 4, 2018 | 4:30–8:30 pm


Self-taught artists—often referred to as outsider, visionary, or folk artists—have made important contributions to the field of American art, yet many of them have also been subject to significant marginalization. At this session, we will engage with the special exhibition Outliers and American Vanguard Art to explore these artists and their work more deeply. Teachers will learn how to expose their students to a more inclusive canon of primary sources and promote just spaces for learning and creating.

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Parallels at the Core: Reading, Writing, and Visual Art | February 5, 2019


Voted on by teachers across Los Angeles County and beyond, this thematic session explores effective strategies for integrating visual art with English Language Arts and Literacy instruction. Join us to learn more about arts integration alongside museum educators, teaching artists, and K–12 art specialists from the LAUSD Arts Education Branch in a fun and supportive environment.

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Charles White: A Retrospective | April 9, 2019 | 4:30–8:30 pm


Prolific artist and teacher Charles White (1918–1979) dedicated his career to representing universal human themes through the lens of African American history and the ongoing struggle for equality. The first black faculty member at Otis College of Art and Design in 1964, White leveraged his position within the white-dominated art establishment to inspire the next generation. Join us to celebrate this significant artist and explore his continued relevance through the special exhibition Charles White: A Retrospective.

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