Kaplan Early Learning Company to Unveil Giant Collaborative Art Project at NAEYC Annual Conference

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Kaplan Early Learning Company prepares to reveal collaborative art project for attendees as part of its exhibit at the 2014 NAEYC Annual Conference in Dallas, Texas.

Kaplan Early Learning Company will kick off a one-of-a-kind collaborative art project as part of its exhibition at the 2014 NAEYC Annual Conference in Dallas, Texas on November 5-8, 2014.

The project will be displayed as part of a massive, three-sided art installation, standing at just over 9 feet tall. Each side of the installation will feature a magnetic silhouette of a young child. All NAEYC attendees will be invited to decorate a tile to be added to the magnetic display throughout the course of the conference.

“The goal of this unique art experience is to get educators excited about participating and allow attendees to watch the display evolve throughout the course of the conference,” says Chelsi Brown, Marketing Director at Kaplan Early Learning Company.

The installation will be the focal point of the Kaplan exhibit, serving as a visual expression of the booth’s theme: “Inspire. Explore. Succeed.”

“When we came up with the idea for this [art] project, we thought about how it takes a whole village of educators to impact the outcome of an individual child,” says David Bullard, Interactive Designer at Kaplan Early Learning Company. “By working together to complete this art project, we hope that attendees will begin to think about the power of collaboration in the classroom and how it positively affects the development of the children in their care.”

A complete Kaplan model classroom will surround the collaborative art installation and showcase the hundreds of innovative Kaplan products and resources newly available to educators and attendees. Among these items, Kaplan will unveil several, new and much anticipated educational technology products.

Kaplan Early Learning Company will exhibit in Booth 1504 at the 2014 NAEYC Annual Conference. In addition to taking part in the collaborative art project and getting a sneak peek at new items, attendees stopping by the Kaplan booth will also have the opportunity to participate in social media giveaways and take home a free Kaplan art apron.

To learn more about Kaplan Early Learning Company at the 2014 NAEYC Annual Conference visit: https://www.kaplanco.com/naeyc/.

About Kaplan Early Learning Company
Kaplan Early Learning Company is based in Lewisville, North Carolina. Kaplan Early Learning Company provides products and services that enhance children’s learning. Since 1968, the company has delivered innovative products and services that support educators and caregivers worldwide in the creation of quality learning environments.

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