Special Events and Workshops
JAY GLERUM RIGGING MASTERCLASS presented by USITT
ENTRY LEVEL MASTERCLASS
San Diego State University, Don Powell Theatre | San Diego, California
Saturday, March 30 & Sunday, March 31, 2019 | 8:30am – 5:00pm
This class helps to prepare classroom theatre teachers and non-professional technicians for industry-level, safety practices using theatre counterweight systems for rigging scenery and lighting to increase safe working environments in schools and community theatres.
The two-day curriculum covers rigging basics, terminology, hardware, systems, tools and safe practices. Attendees are issued the Jay O. Glerum Stage Rigging Handbook and use this text as a reference.
SDSU is 15 minutes away from the AME Leadership Institute Site, the Doubletree by Hilton, Mission Valley.
By clicking on the following link for more class information and registration page.
Extension credit for rigging class offered by Cal State San Marcos is available. Click here for registration.
Design Thinking and Adobe Xd presented by Adobe
Theatre Lighting Using LED’s presented by ETC: "50 Shades of R-80"
Toon Boom Animation Workshop presented by Toon Boom
Weird Enough Productions: Play with our software applications and find out how “Using media literacy, digital literacy, and student voice, we awaken the hero in every classroom”
Wurrly Music Software (Free for 1 year) for Performers presented by Wurrly
CTE Online Workshop
Museum of Photographic Arts Exploration Field Trip presented by MOPA
Dance Workshop at SDSU presented by Mark Brew
CSUSM Credit for Institute
California State University San Marcos
Two Units of CREDIT
EDUC 1109 - AME LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE 2019
The 2019 AME Leadership Institute, "Linking AME Career Readiness to Creative Industry," April 1-2, 2019, sponsored by the California Department of Education, is the only professional development conference for California secondary teachers whose teaching assignment includes the Career Technical Education (CTE) Industry Sector called Arts, Media, and Entertainment (AME). (You do not have to hold a CTE credential to attend the conference or take EDUC 1109 to attend.) CTE curricula must include current industry practices, and attendance at the Institute is an opportunity for teachers to interact with industry experts.
Don't Miss This Special Event!
Arts, Media, and Entertainment Industry Sector
Coronado School of the Arts at Coronado High School
Black Box Theatre
Wednesday, April 3, 2019
9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Coronado School of the Arts (CoSA) is excited to invite you to our 2019 Demonstration Day following the 2019 AME Leadership Institute. CoSA is one of the ten AME Model Demonstration Sites, as designated by the California Department of Education. CoSA is located in the City of Coronado in San Diego County, and on the campus of Coronado High School in Coronado Unified School District.
Professional Development Topic: Pathway Development and Scheduling
Participants will review their current “Program of Study” for one or more AME pathways and course sequencing (3 courses minimum) to align with the California State Plan for Career Technical Education’s “11 Elements of High Quality CTE.”
Participants will work with Demo Site teachers to align their current curricula to CTE AME standards and strengthen the “career component.”
Participants will explore scheduling options to maximize student participation and support.
FREE Registration: https://goo.gl/forms/SL5Yf5mpVvvbNUSi1
650 D Avenue
Coronado, CA 92118
For more information, please contact Tiffany Bouchard, CoSA Director:
Registration and Continental Breakfast
Welcome and Introductions
Overview of CoSA
Session One: Programs of Study
Session Two: Strengthening the Career Component
Lunch with CoSA Student Performances
Session Three: Scheduling
Facility Tours with CoSA Student Ambassadors