Teacher Workshops

Teacher workshops focus on works of art in the BMA's collection or in special exhibitions. Most teacher workshops include close examination of art in the galleries, mini-lectures, hands-on activities, and creative ideas for integrating art in the classroom. Teachers receive images and extensive background information. Workshops are typically held once a year on a Saturday and last about four hours.


April 1, 2017

8:30 a.m. - 1:30p.m.

Members: $20/Non-Members: $25

Join the BMA on Saturday, April 1st for an important teacher workshop on art and the LGBTQI+ experience. Explore the Queer Interiors exhibition with artists Rahne Alexander and Jaimes Mayhew; hear from young people in the LGBTQI+ community about their experiences; learn fundamentals about LGBTQI+ identities and how to be a good ally to your students and colleagues with Kate Bishop of Chase Brexton Health Care; and make a button that visually communicates a vital part of your own identity.

    In addition:
  • A light breakfast is included
  • Receive print materials to support your understanding of LGBTQI+ issues and identities
  • Receive 10% off in the BMA Shop

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