*Note: this date has been moved from February 13 to February 14.
Location: Norton Museum of Art
In this 1 1/2-hour workshop, Dr. Alisha Winn, an applied cultural anthropologist and consultant, will share how organizations can use cultural anthropology within their educational planning. Ericka Squire, manager of arts and cultural education at the Cultural Council, will explore specific cultural responsive strategies as they relate to program planning and curricula. This interactive workshop will help lay the groundwork for the creation or refining of art and cultural programming and curricula.
A guided tour by the Norton Museum of Art’s education team will close the workshop.
Dr. Alisha R. Winn is a consultant, assisting in preservation and community building efforts for the Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) and Habitat for Humanity in the historic Northwest District, the Spady Cultural Heritage Museum, and the Storm of ’28 Memorial Park Coalition, Inc. She also works with the African American Research Library & Cultural Center of Palm Beach County, Inc. (AARLCC) and teaches anthropology at Florida Atlantic University. Dr. Winn incorporates anthropological knowledge to governmental, community, educational, and religious institutions on the social construction of race and its history, cultural belief systems and practices, and language; helping individuals outside of the classroom gain an appreciation for the discipline’s usefulness and relevance today.
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Online registration is not currently available for this event. Please contact us at (561) 471-2901 for more information.