The Last Lesson: A Film on the Power of Art Educators to Change Lives


The Last Lesson: A Film on the Power of Art Educators to Change Lives
Tuesday, June 14, 2016 | 7 – 8 pm ET
FREE for NAEA Members; $49 for Non-members

Experience first-hand how a filmmaker and an art teacher collaborated to create the award winning film “The Last Lesson"—demonstrating how one lesson can impact a lifetime. Screen the short film and learn how you can create a powerful advocacy initiative in your school through this medium. Dig deeper into the process with a Q & A session.

Speakers: Tricia Erickson & Steve Harryman (view bios under the Speaker(s) tab)


Tricia Erickson

Art Educator

Tricia Erickson is an art educator and "design thinking" enthusiast. A twelve-year veteran, she currently teaches at Northview High School. She is also an enrollment instructor for Kendall College of Art & Design. She volunteers for the Michigan Art Education Association serving in many roles.

Steve Harryman


Steve Harryman is an award-winning filmmaker and art education advocate. His cinematic work has appeared most recently in the Hallmark Hall of Fame movie “Away & Back" and earlier this year, his art-based film “The Last Lesson" was awarded top honors in the 37th Annual Telly Awards. In making “The Last Lesson" Steve rediscovered his once-lost love for art and is now focused on being an advocate for K-12 art education through film and video.

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Recorded 06/15/2016
Recorded 06/15/2016 This 60 minute webinar will be delivered live on June 14, 2016. You may log in up to 15 minutes early. Meeting ID #: 571792
Certificate of Participation
1.00 Credit Hour  |  Certificate available
1.00 Credit Hour  |  Certificate available California State University, Chico Credit: 15 hours=1 unit university credit