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Application deadline: April 12, 2019
Free for accepted applicants
Apply at wexpagesonline.edublogs.org
High school teachers, don’t wait to sign up for the next edition of Pages, the Wexner Center’s innovative multidisciplinary program that supports literacy and writing skills through the exploration of contemporary art.
This free, yearlong program pairs Wex educators and artists with teachers from across central Ohio to create writing-based, experiential learning opportunities for students grades 9–12. Pages students visit the center to experience an exhibition, performance, and film and respond to those encounters in journal entries, prose, poetry, and art—with opportunities to publish their work as well as participate in an open mic reading at the Wex.
The Pages curriculum fully engages and supports core state and national education standards, and bus subsidies are provided for all three trips to the Wex. Visit wexpagesonline.edublogs.org to see the program in action or view the most recent Pages anthology, a beautiful compilation of our participants’ writing and visual art.
Applications for the 2019–20 school year are due by April 12, 2019. Interested applicants also have the option of previewing the program while receiving professional development credit. For more information on Pages or the application process, contact Wexner Center educator Dionne Custer Edwards at email@example.com or (614) 292-7008.
Discover more about the program
Students sit in the galleries, photo: Katie Spengler.
Students look at the Pages anthology, photo: Katie Spengler.
Students watch a film in the film/video theater, photo: Katie Spengler.
Students interact in the galleries, photo: Katie Spengler.
SUPPORT FOR PAGES
American Electric Power Foundation
Ingram-White Castle Foundation
Ohio Arts Council
Martha Holden Jennings Foundation
SUPPORT FOR ARTS ACCESS AT THE WEXNER CENTER
Cardinal Health Foundation
GENERAL OPERATING SUPPORT FOR THE WEXNER CENTER
Greater Columbus Arts Council
Ohio Arts Council
The Columbus Foundation