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Thursday, June 14 • 9:30am - 11:30am
Celebrating the Arts in Mississippi, Part 3/3 FULL

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Celebrate the essence of the arts in Mississippi with a journey through 200 years of the development of the Magnolia State! This track centers on two Mississippi Arts Commission curricula: 1) Mississippi History Through the Arts: A Bicentennial Journey, and 2) Mississippi Blues Trail and Beyond. Explore artistically colorful lesson plans applicable for presentation to Elementary, Intermediate, and Advanced students that combine MS College-and-Career Readiness Standards for English-Language Arts (ELA), History, Visual Art, Music, Dance, and Theatre. Enjoy collaborative learning and creating art along the way!

Speakers
avatar for Limeul Eubanks

Limeul Eubanks

Mississippi Department of Education
Limeul Eubanks is a Staff Officer III, for the Arts: Dance, Media Arts, Music, Theatre, Visual Arts and World Languages at the Mississippi Department of Education. Eubanks is a visual artist and art educator that holds the following degrees: Master’s of Fine Arts (MFA) with studio... Read More →
avatar for Dr. Mark Malone

Dr. Mark Malone

Dr. Mark Hugh Malone is a veteran music educator with over 44 years of classroom experience in a variety of settings with students of all ages and has been a frequent presenter at the WCI Summer Institute. As curriculum designer for the Mississippi Arts Commission’s The Mississippi... Read More →


Thursday June 14, 2018 9:30am - 11:30am
Room 210

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