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Art Education

teacher demonstrating art style 

The Art Education Program develops students to be inspiration art educators through hands-on participation, critical thinking, field training and community engaged activities. Students receive a strong foundation of teaching skills through formal and informal settings such as classroom training, after-school artist in residency programs, workshops  and visits to the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center. Students also explore facets of art such as aesthetics, art history, criticism, and studio practice.

Art Education Faculty

Herminia Din
HERMINIA DIN

Professor, Art Education
ARTS 308
(907) 786-1785
hdin@alaska.edu

 


 

Art Education in Action

Teaching Art at the Boys & Girls Club
Reimagining a Winter Campus
Winter Design Project
Faculty Spotlight: Herminia Din
Junk to Funk: Treasures Made from Trash
Winter Design Project Contributors
WinterFest Survival Guide
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
 
 

Paying for Your Education 

Ready to Apply?

Have you decided that an art major is right for you? Then it’s time to begin the admission process. 

Become an Art Student at UAA