Families who have children in school and call Zanesville home are invited to a discussion titled State of the Art: Stem or Steam. Listen as a distinguished panel speaks on the state of the arts in our schools. Panel members consist of regional and state educators, artists, and administrators. This event will take place on Thursday, May 12, 2016 from 6 until 7 p.m. at the Zanesville Museum of Art. It is happening in conjunction with the 2016 K-12 Student Art Exhibition, which features student artists from May 1st through 21st.
Educators and Artists Will Discuss Kids and Art on Zanesville Real Estate
Two of the panelists are artist and teacher, Irene Baron and Assistant Superintendent of the Muskingum Valley Educational Service Center, Diane Jones. Baron calls Zanesville home and was a budding artist at a very young age. She sold her first oil painting at age 12 and has had her pieces in many juried exhibitions. She now teaches Classical Drawing at the Zanesville Museum of Art, is an accomplished aerial photographer, author and illustrator, and also a certified teacher who has taught many subjects. Zanesville real estate owners can also hear from Diane Jones, who has worked hard to provide services and programs to schools all over Southeast Ohio. She has also been a teacher in the past and has served on the United Way Board of Muskingum, Perry and Morgan counties. Jones is a current member of the Powerhouse, Inc. board. This group works hard as an advocate for the arts for students. Come listen, ask questions, and take a stand for art education.
Get more details at the Zanesville Museum of Art website.