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As you may have heard, the 2017 Art Ed Now Summer Online Conference is only six weeks away. Make sure you mark your calendar for Thursday, August 3rd!
You may have heard that Sir Ken Robinson will deliver the featured presentation and seen some of the other amazing presenters. But today, we’re excited to add five new presentations to the already outstanding lineup!
Plus, AOE Senior Instructor Shannon Bell will demonstrate a variety of awesome drawing techniques using Stabilo pens. If you were lucky enough to be one of the first 1,500 people to register, you will have the chance to work right along with her! Be on the lookout for a valuable set of Stabilo pens in the swag box that will get delivered right to your door!
If that isn’t enough, remember that you can access the entire conference, including all of the incredible presentation handouts, for a full year after the conference ends!
Dive deeper into the rich resources provided by each presenter PLUS access more bonus presentations than ever before! That’s a total of over 30 videos to keep you inspired throughout the school year!
Some of the After Pass highlights will include videos from Matt Young on teaching simple jewelry techniques, Craig Huffman on drawing from observation, and Johanna Russell on setting up effective and efficient centers in your classroom, plus many more.
If you are looking for great ideas for your classroom, time to get your hands dirty and make art, or just looking for something to give you a jolt of inspiration for the new year, Art Ed Now will have it all. If you’ve never attended one of our conferences, there has never been a better time to give it a try!Register Now!
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