Lan Tuazon drawing

Teacher Leadership Program
Thursday, January 12, 2012 at 4:30–6:30 p.m.
Education Division, 1st Floor
Join us for an exclusive artist talk and art-making workshop with Lan Tuazon, a featured artist in Raw/Cooked, a series of exhibitions highlighting under-the-radar Brooklyn-based artists. Discover the artist’s process, create art inspired by the Museum’s collection, and make connections with your classroom curricula. K–12 educators in all subject areas are welcome to attend.
This program is free of charge. Participants will receive free teacher passes and teaching materials.


Chris Johnson (American, b. 1948) and Hank Willis Thomas (American, b. 1976), with Kamal Sinclair (American, b. 1976) and Bayeté Ross Smith (American, b. 1976). Stills from Question Bridge: Black Males, 2012. Multichannel video installation. Courtesy of the artists and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York

Special Teacher Leadership Program
Saturday, January 14, 2012 at 9:30 a.m.–2 p.m.
Education Division, 1st Floor
Engage with the innovative transmedia art project Question Bridge: Black Males, which explores black male identity in the United States today. Find out how this project and its extensive online curriculum can support middle and high school students in developing visual and cultural literacy, resolving conflict, overcoming estrangement, and practicing inclusion of others, as well as developing a twenty-first-century framework for understanding the complex, dynamic, and multifaceted nature of identity.
This workshop is recommended for middle and high school teachers in all subject areas and is free of charge. Participants will receive free teacher passes and teaching materials.
 
Teacher Leadership Program
Thursday, February 9, 2012 at 4:30–6 p.m.
Education Division, 1st Floor
Discover interactive teaching strategies for engaging students with the innovative transmedia art installation Question Bridge: Black Males, which explores black male identity in the United States today.
This workshop is recommended for middle and high school teachers in all subject areas and is free of charge. Participants will receive free teacher passes and teaching materials.

All programs are free of charge, and participants will recieve free teacher passes and teaching materials. To register, call 718-501-6244 or e-mail teacher.services@brooklynmuseum.org