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Arts Integration for Educators

An Investigation of Things with Wings through Visual Art with September Krueger at the NC Museum of Natural Sciences at the 2019 Arts Integration Institute
An Investigation of Things with Wings through Visual Art with September Krueger at the NC Museum of Natural Sciences at the 2019 Arts Integration Institute
Participants explore nocturnal animals through visual arts with Teaching Artist September Krueger at the 2017 Arts Integration Institute. Photo Credit: Andra Willis Photography.
Participants explore nocturnal animals through visual arts with Teaching Artist September Krueger at the 2017 Arts Integration Institute. Photo Credit: Andra Willis Photography.
Teaching Artist Jef Lambdin leads a theater arts workshop with participants at the 2017 Arts Integration Institute. Photo Credit: Andra Willis Photography.
Teaching Artist Jef Lambdin leads a theater arts workshop with participants at the 2017 Arts Integration Institute. Photo Credit: Andra Willis Photography.
Teaching Artist Dan Johnson leads an interdisciplinary math and music workshop with participants at the 2017 Arts Integration Institute. Photo Credit: Andra Willis Photography.
Teaching Artist Dan Johnson leads an interdisciplinary math and music workshop with participants at the 2017 Arts Integration Institute. Photo Credit: Andra Willis Photography.
Teaching Artist Martha Connerton works with participants to integrate dance with Common Core at the 2016 Arts Integration Institute. Photo Credit: Andra Willis Photography.
Teaching Artist Martha Connerton works with participants to integrate dance with Common Core at the 2016 Arts Integration Institute. Photo Credit: Andra Willis Photography.

2022 Arts Integration Teacher Workshops

United Arts invites all K-8 teachers in Wake County to attend our  Arts Integration Teacher Workshops on June 15, 16 and 17, 2022

In partnership with the North Carolina Museum of Art, we will offer two workshops in person at the museum on June 15. Then on June 16 and 17, the workshops will be virtual.

These hands-on workshops are led by teaching artists and are designed to integrate arts and non-arts curriculum standards. You may choose to take just one workshop or as many as your schedule allows. If you register for both in-person workshops at the museum, lunch will be provided at no extra cost.

Cost: Each workshop is $10 or $40 for all five. United Arts is able to waive this fee. Contact Ragen Carlile at [email protected] for more information.

Registration Deadline: June 6, 2022. Wake County teachers are invited to REGISTER TODAY!  On May 27th, registration for the workshops will expand to include teachers from surrounding counties. Please Note: Some workshops have limited capacity.

For more details on the workshops and a link to register, click HERE.

Any questions, contact Ragen Carlile at [email protected]

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The Arts Integration for Educators programs make dynamic, active learning possible in every classroom by providing elementary and middle school educators with hands-on opportunities to work with extraordinary teaching artists and learn how to invigorate their classrooms by integrating arts and non-arts curriculum standards.

Designing an Arts Integrated Unit: A Collaborative Residency

Elementary and middle school educators collaborate with a professional teaching artist to design and co-teach a new four-day arts-integrated unit. Program Details New application will be available this fall.

Arts Integration Lesson Plan Directory

We are excited to provide a searchable directory as a resource for educators to integrate the arts into elementary classrooms across Wake County. These lesson plans have been developed by educators who have participated in the Arts Integration Institute. To date, nearly 100 lesson plans are available to inspire and engage you and your students!

For more information about arts integration opportunities, contact Ragen Carlile.

PO Box 26388
Raleigh, NC 27611

Phone: (919) 839-1498
[email protected]