Just as a song, play, or painting shows the personality of the artist, so too do they show America’s personality. This year’s conference will consider how our basic disciplines of US History and American Literature are reflected in the fine, folk, and pop arts.
Midwest troubadour Mark Dvorak has forged a reputation as a musical road warrior, traveling to thirty-six states and to Europe with only his songs, stories, guitar and five-string banjo. His song writing has been called “wondrous” and “profound.”
We hope you will consider presenting a lesson or project that builds on the theme “America Reflected.” Presenters are invited to submit individually or collaborate with other participants. Follow the link for possible topics. The deadline for proposals is Dec. 18, 2015.