August 2, 2018, 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Registration at 8:45 a.m.
Littleton High School
159 Oak Hill Road
Littleotn NH 03561


Frumie Selchen
Arts Alliance of Northern New Hampshire






a workshop for classroom, SPED & arts educators and paraprofessionals with Lisa Condino

Thursday, August  2, 2018, 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. (registration at 8:45 a.m.)

Presented by the Arts Alliance of Northern New Hampshire & VSA New Hampshire
as part of their Arts in Inclusive Learning collaboration, under a contract with the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

Fee: $35, with discounts for Arts Alliance members (both schools & individuals) and students. Partial scholarships are available if needed. Professional development credit is offered. Please bring a lunch.

Register now to reserve your space! Please note that we are unable to offer refunds on registration. (In the event the workshop is canceled, you will receive a refund.)

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All of us become more innovative in our thinking and also retain knowledge better when given the opportunity to reflect on our learning through art. Participants in this workshop will learn how to “flip” their classroom into a creative studio that is inclusive to all learners. We’ll answer questions like: What type of basic materials kit do I need for painting, sculpture, drawing, creative movement or drama? What adaptations can I make to my classroom that will turn it into a gallery space? How do I do this with little or no budget? Even if the arts are not your comfort zone, you can learn how to provide your students the opportunity to explore personal creative capacity.

Our Presenter:

Lisa M. Condino is a juried and selected graduate of Arts Connect, a program that concentrates on merging UDL with arts integration, and for the past five years has served as Artist-in-residence at the Howard Center, Baird School, a therapeutic school for highly reactive and reluctant learners. She is a visual artist, a longtime mentor in the TA & Mentoring Program of VSA Vermont, and a fellow of the national Community Engagement Lab. Providing a safe environment for creative expression, social and emotional learning, active engagement, and the inclusion of ALL students are at the root of her teaching.

This workshop is offered in conjunction with "Using the Creative Process to Engage All Learners," offered August 1 in Littleton and July 31 in Concord. Participants are welcome to come to one or both. A discount is offered for attending both days.

Questions? Email programs@aannh.org
or call 603-323-7302.

Click here to read about all of this summer's Arts in Inclusive Learning workshops around the state.

Sincere thanks to SAU #84 and Littleton High School for hosting and to our Arts in Inclusive Learning Partners -- the NH Arts Learning Network, NH Department of Education and NH State Council on the Arts.