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This is the registration for one of five CTLE workshops being offered as a part of the JOURNEY arts in education program's teacher professional development series.   

Workshops are being offered as hybrid sessions with the option to attend in person with social distancing protocols in place or virtually through a zoom link. This registration form is only for the VIRTUAL session on 10/26.  


  • WHERE: This registration form is for the VIRTUAL session. Registrants will be emailed a zoom link prior to the start of the workshop. 
  • TIME: 4:30–7:30 pm. To receive CTLE credit for this VIRTUAL workshop, you must be present for the entire 3 hour session and validate your attendance prior to exiting the workshop. Details will be provided on how to validate attendance. 
  • COST: Workshops are FREE for teachers in school districts participating in the 2020-2021 JOURNEY Arts in Education program. For all others, the cost is $50 per workshop.


Supplies Needed for 10/26 Workshop - Virtual Participants Only 

(In-person options will have these available at the workshop location):

  • 2 White poster board or white stock paper 8’5 x 11” (Manila folders also work)
  • Few (5 + papers) white copy papers 8’5 x 11’ 
  • Pencil
  • Eraser
  • ruler
  • Scissors
  • stapler
  • X-acto knife
  • Any piece of cardboard to be placed underneath to prevent x-acto to damage table/flat surface
  • Color tissue paper
  • Small bottle of white Elmer’s glue
  • Glue stick
  • Color markers 
  • Black marker (thick)
  • Elastic string
  • 1 paint stir wood stick
  • One hole puncher
  • Color feathers
  • Pipe cleaners
  • liquid glitter (small bottles) one or 2 colors
  • one stick - thin wood dowel or 12"bamboo grill stick

*If you would like to pick up a kit with the materials, please email Regina Van Bell – artsined@huntingtonarts.org to schedule.

VIRTUAL, Mask Making for Día de los Muertos (CTLE Workshop), October 26th, 2020

 Teaching artist Miguel Cossio, born in Mexico and based in New York, is an avid traveler  and lore researcher. He will lead teachers in the ritualistic art forms of masks making and puppet making for Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead), just in time for Halloween and All Saints Day. Miguel is also a writer/director of performance pieces and brings his in-school workshops throughout NYC, Westchester and Long Island. All teachers from K-12 will enjoy this hands on workshop as well as art teachers, dual language and foreign language classroom teachers.

About the Presenter:
Born in Mexico and based in New York, an avid traveler and lore researcher, MC is a visual artist and writer/director of performance pieces. His interest is the American experience, ritual art forms from World cultures, and their ever changing circumstances. MC is currently working with several arts in education organizations  such as The Center for Arts Education www.caenyc.org in NYC and Arts Westchester www.artswestchester.org  in White Plains, NY and is in the roster of several arts-in-ed organizations including Suffolk Boces and the Huntington Arts Council in Long Island, NY.
CTLE Credits – 3

See descriptions of each of the five workshops in this series on our website - http://www.huntingtonarts.org/programs/arts-in-education/the-journey-program/cultural-arts-workshops-for-teachers-2013/

*Workshop selections and locations are subject to change.

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