[DOE-Arts] Weekly Maine DOE VPA Weekly E-mail
Beth.Lambert at maine.gov
Fri Feb 23 10:30:11 EST 2018
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MAINE ARTS EDUCATIN IN THE NEWS:
PPS Students' Artwork on Display at PMA during Youth Art Month<https://www.portlandschools.org/news___calendars/news/p_p_s_students__artwork_on_display_at_p_m_a_during>
Three CEHS Students Win Awards, Talk about their Art<http://www.capecourier.com/archive/2018/20180221.pdf>
MAINE DOE OPPORTUNITES:
TeachRock Project - Free Professional Development: Steven Van Zandt's Rock and Roll Forever Foundation brings rich educational materials to teachers and students everywhere through its TeachRock project-at no cost. The lesson plans are inquiry-based, aligned to instructional standards, and helps educators connect the history of music with classroom work across the disciplines. Along the way, the TeachRock lessons bring a new kind of energy into learning, connecting with students and teachers in an area where they've already made an investment: popular music.
Check out the flyer<https://goo.gl/8Y8at3> for more information about the program. To register contact Christine Nick, Senior Manager, Education and Outreach by email at Christine at rockandrollforever.org<mailto:Christine at rockandrollforever.org> There are a limited number of spots available so register today!
Maine Kids Rock: Once again, the Maine DOE and Little Kids Rock have partnered to support Maine Kids Rock. We will be selecting districts who will receive a full classroom set of modern band instruments as well as training, lessons, and support for the music teachers. To be considered for SY 2018-19 Maine Kids Rock, you must attend the Modern Band workshop that is being featured at the Maine Music Educators Association Conference on Saturday, May 19th, from 8-2pm. Register here<littlekidsrock.org/for-teachers/apply>.
Free Modern Band PD for Maine Music Teachers!: A special Modern Band workshop is being featured at the Maine Music Educators Association Conference in support of Maine Kids Rock! Saturday, May 19th, 8am-2pm. All participants will receive a Epiphone guitar, modern band curriculum, the opportunity to apply for a classroom set of instruments, and a catered lunch and happy hour. Register here<littlekidsrock.org/for-teachers/apply>
2018 NAEA School for Art Leaders: The National Art Education Association's School for Art Leaders<https://www.arteducators.org/events/school-for-art-leaders> - held at the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art - provides arts education professionals with learning opportunities and professional development to build and enhance their leadership skills. This seven-month program prepares participants to lead in a variety of arts environments by providing resources and tools to help them excel in a leadership role. Deadline to apply: April 9.
Monhegan Artists' Residency: Two 5-week residences are available: May 26-June 29 and September 11-October 16. There is also a 2-week residency available for a Maine art teacher (K-12) from June 30-July 11. The residencies are open to artists working in any medium and include private housing, studio space, and a weekly stipend. More information about the organization, its history, and the residency is available here<https://monheganartistsresidency.us1.list-manage.com/track/click?u=25b3f7d98f0cd9944f2a2b268&id=23d52efa1f&e=fb33281bfe>.
Summer Internship Opportunities with Americans for the Arts in Washington D.C. and NYC:
* Internships with Americans for the Arts in Washington, D.C. and NYC<https://www.americansforthearts.org/about-americans-for-the-arts/internships>
* Internships through the Diversity in Arts Leadership Program in NYC<https://www.americansforthearts.org/by-program/networks-and-councils/arts-and-business-council-of-new-york/diversity-in-arts-leadership-internship-program/student-information>
* Arts Education Intern in Washington, D.C. office for the summer semester. This individual will work with our arts education team to advance policies supportive of equitable access to arts education at the federal, state, and local level, as well as support the development of tools and resources for advocacy. Find more information here<https://social.icims.com/job/Summer-2018-Arts-Eduction-Intern-Job-US-DC-Washington-20391097.html?isd_source=facebook&iis=Social%20Networks&iieid=pf1518794542842a5e94>
2018 Maine Constitution Essay and Poster Contest: The Secretary of State's Office is accepting entries for the 2018 Maine Constitution Essay and Poster Contest<http://www.maine.gov/sos/kids/student-programs/const_essay.htm> designed to promote the history of Maine, an understanding of the Maine Constitution, and the importance of democracy and voting. Students submitting the top entry in each of four categories will be invited to be the Secretary of State's guest for a day in Augusta along with his or her class and will visit the Maine State Archives to view the Maine Constitution. They may also visit the Maine State Museum and the State House. Entries are due March 9, 2018. Contest rules and information are available at: www.maine.gov/sos/kids/student-programs/const_essay.htm<http://www.maine.gov/sos/kids/student-programs/const_essay.htm>.
Maine Academy of Modern Music (MAMM): Registration period is now open for the 2018 MAMM SLAM: Maine's High School Rock Off! The MAMM SLAM is a statewide competition designed to provide young, career-minded musicians with an educational platform through which to gain performance and business experience, professional acumen, industry exposure, and promotional and career networking opportunities. The competition is open to bands AND solo artists and the registration deadline is March 9th. FMI<http://www.maineacademyofmodernmusic.org/mammslam>.
Mindfulness through Nature Journaling, Lobster Maineiah - An Interdisciplinary Approach, and Watercolors Across the Curriculum: The Maine Department of Marine Resources will offer three, residential, professional development workshops at its Burnt Island Lighthouse this summer. Please check out the attached brochure and review syllabi posted at: http://www.maine.gov/dmr/education/burnt-island/courses.html
Raku Workshop: This workshop will cover the general history, theory and practice of raku firing, so you will be able to bring this firing technique and process back to your students! Studio Manager, Reeder Fahnestock, will teach raku firing techniques which will be put into practice using the Watershed raku kiln, as well as show participants how to build their own raku kilns. Friday, May 4, 2018. For more information & to register visit this link: http://www.watershedceramics.org/raku-workshop/
American Bar Association Art Contest: Each year, the American Bar Association (ABA) hosts an art contest for students in grades nine through 12 (or the equivalent) in the United States. Students may compete as individuals or in groups. The ABA is now accepting submissions of artwork for the 2018 Law Day Art Contest until March 31, 2018. The theme for Law Day 2018 is "Separation of Powers: Framework for Freedom." Additional information is available at www.ambar.org/lawday<http://www.ambar.org/lawday>. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Craig McMurray (robertsandshirley.law at myfairpoint.net<mailto:robertsandshirley.law at myfairpoint.net>).
Plant Kindness and Gather Love: is a resource for educators that teaches about Maine, island life, nature and Acadia National Park. Plant Kindness and Gather Love is an original Maine Musical that integrates literacy, history, science and the arts. Content is suitable and adaptable for students in grades K-5 and includes 10 songs, stories, a reader's theater script, student activities, movements/dance, and more. Plant Kindness and Gather Love will be offered as an interactive 2 day teacher workshop at the Schoodic Institute, ANP on July 2-3, 2018. Participants will be granted 15 credit hours for the 2 day workshop, which includes other ANP outdoor activities. Families are welcome too, and may stay on through the 4th of July.
Bangor Symphony Orchestra Young People's Concert: The BSO invites students in grades 3-8 to attend this year's Young People's Concerts at the Collins Center for the Arts, Monday, May 21st, 2018 at 9:45am and 11:30am. Tickets are $3 each for students and teachers and orders are filled on first come, first served basis. FMI<https://www.bangorsymphony.org/young-peoples-concert/>
Portland Conservatory of Music: Maine pianists, ages 12-18, are invited to apply to the Ocy L. Downs Competition to be held March 24, 2018. The Winner will receive a monetary award of $500 and an invitation to present a solo Noonday Concert in Portland, Maine. Special awards for exceptional performances in five historical periods will receive a $50 prize. Application deadline is March 1, 2018. Click here for a PDF application<http://portlandconservatoryofmusic.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/OcyDownsApplication2018.pdf>. Application and repertoire requirements available here<http://portlandconservatoryofmusic.org/about-pcm/awards/>.
Know Your Orchestra! voucher program: encourages students to become acquainted with classical music and their home orchestra. This program allows up to 4 children 18-and-under to attend BSO Masterworks Concerts for just $4 when accompanied by up to 2 adults, who can receive $14 tickets. Download and print <https://www.bangorsymphony.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/KYO-Voucher_17-18-Color.pdf> a copy of the 2017-18 Voucher.
SAVE THE DATE:
MALI Mega Regional Conference: Friday, March 23, Oxford Hills High School, 8:30 - 3:30. Registration and details are available on the Maine Arts Commission site.<https://mainearts.maine.gov/pages/education/mali-mega-regionals>
Maine Art Education Association Spring Conference: Professional Development to GO!; Ashland District School, April 7th. BONUS Option: Friday - Join MAEA on a coach bus that will drive the 95 corridor picking up eager and committed Art Educators. The mile markers will fly bye as we engage in mobile professional development and art making in this pre-conference event as we journey to grow with our colleagues in Aroostook County
MAINE Powered By TEACH TO LEAD SUMMIT: Monday, April 9th at Husson University. We are excited to announce a collaboration between the United States Department of Education, the Maine Department of Education, Husson University, and the Maine Teach to Lead Teacher Leadership Committee to host the first Maine Powered By Teach to Lead Summit. The summit is a unique opportunity for teams of teachers and administrators to develop concrete plans to solve problems in their schools and districts and to network with other teachers from across our state. Teams can share teacher-led work happening across Maine. This event offers time away from your district, allowing team members to delve deeply into the problem-solving process. Apply today<https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdBcUyfcspFzQfYbczXq7-tyefua5xwGsRevlTnEKW9GLmYrQ/viewform> (Applications are due by February 8th at 5pm.)
Maine Theatre Educators Professional Development Day: April 25 at University of Maine, Orono. More information at http://www.northeastedta.org/maine.html
Maine Music Education Association Annual Conference: "Music for All" at the University of Maine in Orono on May 17-19th. Register at: 2018 MMEA All-State In-service Conference<http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001-Sr7Owv9iCtiWSjExIpxtJGQW4K-J9-1zgSUZkjesqxT8GI2e2cIHOESIpxfdt1gqObIMcGSHphZcyLeQPnm5rxJHs_twTg81X4GKFKc_frqWNSB8mzH9egpkOuyBwRL4N-VPM149SZyyDlWFDTOLRt1g1BB8DvcEfcpGjQa1iaLKGv4no5-EOfIVzR-9zj-8EVxSCcUI40P8Lsz-4XBbPRavgVwplwIrWNL2Su1BSMWpwx6okKt1A==&c=sLuwKYirl7Ia2S3vHx3bTOjIJ-W_q_RaS-onkth8cno8Sd-RC2jY8A==&ch=h-HOg_phVDE9gpsGfQBf6p9UPfGN6Ye1-pkYoD5tJXDDbpElF53E2Q==>
Maine Academy of Modern Music: is looking for a registrar. You can find our job description online here<https://nonprofitmaine.ps.membersuite.com/careercenter/ViewJobPosting.aspx?contextID=1d38e817-00d3-c16d-0145-0b3dd4857478>.
Gray - New Gloucester: middle school grades 5 -7 general and grades 6 - 8 band open for a long term substitute/ maternity leave from early March through the end of the school year. Please use the following link to apply! https://www.applitrack.com/sad15/onlineapp/jobpostings/view.asp?internaltransferform.Url=&category=Substitute<http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=0014na7KXFVtGUticsqOX7lzwSzt9RIt6GMGst3fmtMLqG8FNymITEk6w3MwlsXsbpVuil7wmOWkwhtlpNJw77-5C6-2mjZy791a_rN9eKzeXxvymiRPqHAdcAbzjdjUOSNKZPdFTMnk8DTfNdXpBSoMTP5NktE7Q61tQnuoesWoMwTs45F-3ZHy5xMpnMx1dB82XCZZLPDVToEWe-dSEZEbvl7mXOAYZitI-blged01uY-Zk4ZQmV838CExAwORz33_ZL1jkNCa6fRBlvqHNNUeQ==&c=UiXchfJg9XXb2E8MYyCVtwC90YWZH66svT_L_vgYf-CgydVdp4iZag==&ch=YIEWabMz9yFCEeYndRmyCA5Zthxg4keWap7KP81cev4EoPs_gh3D8A==>
Biddeford School Department: Long term sub position until the end of the year, 6,7,8 Fundamentals of Art at Biddeford Middle School starting 4/2/18.
MSAD #15: Long-term sub. Gray - New Gloucester middle school for grades 5 & 7 general music and grades 6 - 8 band. The position needs to be filled from early March through the end of the school year. FMI<https://www.applitrack.com/sad15/onlineapp/jobpostings/view.asp?internaltransferform.Url=&all=1>.
MSAD 17: Guy Rowe School, full time, K-6 general music position open immediately. FMI<http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001lSFwtMIOIpQlg82kwmhe__Djkwlv4YMOiI-DjI1eN8cFH25s4jzyquinPsTvWoPXWWLhrLayGKDF3OL5JFb9QvSmjlqyefP5Jsti4IPDwmNkyIKPf93hP84R4D9hzKU90DkFl9DAnLNCsuXVT7jxRciQuldCWdaXLnvlQIP_Z4jK8oABMJyuhA==&c=5hnQIk_bjBTUsPDshOfXvJAGM8l-FQISsBWdxxUvbNq68YsQIgmVWg==&ch=oixRRprYALqSvzOEowyvGBJsABP9LKdxDNRXZrH1VJwqbbuy_u8JNg==>.
Art Position available: 3/5 art position for Athens Community School and Harmony Elementary.
MSAD 44: 3/5 general music teacher position open at Crescent Park School in Bethel.
Enrichment Program of Snow Pond Center for the Arts<http://enrichment.snowpond.org/>: is looking for volunteers for the program that have areas of interest, expertise, knowledge, and experience in any are or field that could help the children be exposed to more interesting and fun things. Contact Jen Birch<mailto:jen.birch at snowpond.org> for more information.
Coordinator of Secondary Education and Integrated Instruction
Standards and Instructional Supports Team
Maine Department of Education
23 State House Station
Augusta, ME 04333
beth.lambert at maine.gov<mailto:beth.lambert at maine.gov>
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