LCI Workshops are held at host sites around the world. At each site, you will be immersed in an imaginative learning experience and use this experience as the basis of your own lesson plans. Connect your learning, and that of your students, to the Common Core Standards. Workshops only differ in details, such as the works of art studied, guest speakers, start and end time, and graduate credit availability and type.
Click here to view/download the 2013 Introductory Workshops Brochure PDF for registration information, dates, and benefits to you and your organization.
Click here to view/download the 2013 Advanced Workshops brochure PDF for registration information, dates, and workshop descriptions.
Advanced Workshops are open to those who have completed the Introductory Workshop at any host site; completed the Online Survey Course of Course 2; or participated in an LCI Consultancy that is the equivalent of a one-week introductory-level workshop.
Due to popular demand, we’re delighted to offer a One-Day Introduction to Imaginative Learning through Aesthetic Education, July 11 and July 17.
This introduction for new teacher partners will include an introduction to the Capacities for Imaginative Learning, study of a work of art, and workshops with LCI teaching artists.
Free of charge to teachers from LCI-affiliated schools and campuses. Limited space.
Information Web Pages
Click on links below to view the Web pages for LCI, DeltaArts, IMASE (in Spanish), Kalamazoo KRESA, and Farnsworth Art Museum. Each Web page contains information such as credit offerings, works of art presented this summer, hotel accommodations for out-of-town participants, and much more. If any information is missing at this time, please check the same PDF in a few weeks for updates.