This fall we’ll be offering a training series at the Ware Center for three Fridays from 10:30-12:30 featuring the amazing Beth Krumholz. Beth is an innovative museum education professional with decades of experience building engaging educational programs. An artist herself, Beth’s trainings offer strategies of using art to see and teach in dynamic new ways. She is a long-time educator at Albright College designing programs that bridge K-12 learning and the arts. She also has a rich background in museum education, and has worked for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Getty Museum, the Fowler Museum at UCLA, and the Isamu Noguchi Museum in Queens, to name a few. Please join us for this exciting series (or any session you’re able to attend). In addition to these in-person trainings, Beth will be developing a blog with assignments and ideas that you may access, as well as offering email consultations. The dates are: October 20, November 10, December 8. Session I–October 20th: Re-touching History. This first training will explore how we can change stories, their outcomes and the meaning therein through the positioning of elements. Sessions II and III To be Announced.