Virtual Educator Evening: Native American Education in Nevada with Fredina Drye Romero

Virtual Educator Evening: Native American Education in Nevada with Fredina Drye Romero

Join us live on Zoom:
https://us06web.zoom.us/j/85395760704?pwd=Ui9WWjNCNldIakFDTEt3ZHZBWW9HUT09
– Meeting ID: 853 9576 0704
– Passcode: 699192

 

Fredina Drye Romero has been working in education for nearly twenty years and currently serves as the Education Programs Professional for Indian Education at the Nevada Department of Education. She is from the Southern Paiute Tribe and enrolled with her father’s tribe, the Kaibab Band of Paiute’s in northern Arizona, and has close affiliations to her mother’s tribe, the Moapa Band of Paiute’s in southern Nevada. Join us in a conversation with Drye Romero as she discussed Native American Education in Nevada. We will open the session with a slow looking exercise as we discuss two artworks by artist Jean LaMarr whose work is currently on view at the Museum. 
 
Educator Evenings are a FREE professional development series hosted virtually each month (excluding January and July) offering state-approved professional development hours for participation.
 

Sponsored by the Robert Z. Hawkins Foundation, Bank of America and the Nell J. Redfield Foundation.

STEAM education programs at the Nevada Museum of Art are sponsored by Tesla, Waste Management and City National Bank.

 

Ongoing Programs
March 2, 2022 4 – 5:30 pm
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