“Pictures of the Floating World”
Dr. Nancy Hope
Carlsen Center Room 126A
8:15 a.m. to 10:15 a.m.
Pictures of the Floating World is a professional development workshop for K-14 educators focusing on Edo period Japan (1600-1868) as depicted in the
woodblock prints of the time known as ukiyo-e. Content and resources for teaching will cover how the prints were created, how they reflect the changing status and tastes of an urban populace, and how they influenced Western art.
To register: Email name, grade(s) and subject(s) taught to Randi Hacker at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information: Contact Nancy Hope at email@example.com.