Arts Education Institute

23rd annual Arts Education Institute
3rd annual Band Director Institute
1st annual Choral Director Institute

JULY 11-15, 2022

All workshops will be held on the campus of Northern State University  

All workshops will be offered for up to 3 graduate and/or CEU credits.

REGISTRATION IS OPEN!
Early bird pricing until June 15. 

Questions?  Email Shari Kosel

The Arts Education Institute (AEI) offers an educational and fun-filled week of learning to infuse the arts into classrooms and curriculum development. You DO NOT need to be an educator to attend AEI, we encourage everyone to attend. This year, you can take up to four one-day workshops.

With 26 workshops offerings, there is certainly something for everyone!

Join us IN PERSON July 11-15, 2022 on the NSU Campus, Aberdeen. 

The Band Director Institute (BDI) is an intensive program designed to expose music teachers to the best in current and standard literature in addition to teaching methods and materials. The institute will include new band literature sessions, master classes and clinic sessions that focus on a wide variety of teaching subjects for band directors. The headline clinician will be Stephen K. Rivero, Director of Bands at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and Commander and Conductor of the Florida National Guard’s 13th Army Band.

Join us IN PERSON July 11-13, 2022 on the NSU Campus, Aberdeen. 

The Choral Director Institute (CDI) is an extensive and focused program designed to introduce choral music educators to the best in current and standard literature in addition to teaching methods and materials. The headline clinician will be Chris Maunu – conductor, educator, and composer based in the Denver-Metro area and a 4-time Finalist for GRAMMY® Music Educator of the Year.  

Join us IN PERSON July 11-13, 2022 on the NSU Campus, Aberdeen. 

AEI INFORMATION & to register
BDI information & to register
CDI information & to register

AEI, BDI & CDI are sponsored by Arts South Dakota, the South Dakota Arts Council, Northern State University & Popplers Music.
South Dakota Arts Council support is provided with funds from the State of South Dakota,
through the Department of Tourism, and the National Endowment for the Arts.

Thank you to our generous sponsors!