Java at the Johnson
February 4, 2016
Co-Sponsored by the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University and Tompkins-Seneca-Tioga BOCES.
An informal discussion series linking art, literature, and history. February 4, 2016.
Who can resist chocolate, especially during February? Hershey’s kisses are a small part of the story of this exotic, sensual, and controversial commodity.
Join us as we travel through the world of chocolate using a chapter from Wolfgang Schnivelbusch’s Tastes of Paradise : A Social History of Spices, Stimulants and Intoxicants and a Costan Rican chocolate pot as our primary guides.
Participants must read the selection from Schnivelbusch in advance and post a question for discussion in the team room by Tuesday, February 2. The reading and the team room will be provided on line once participants register through BOCES at https://goo.gl/L7gHmm.
Parking and coffee will be free and the conversation will be priceless!
Java at the Johnson
Thursday, Feb. 4th, 5:15-6:15pm
Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Central Avenue, Ithaca, NY, United States
Cost to Teachers: $5.00
Go to mylearningplan.com
Make sure you log in with your username and password from your district’s internal system. This assures the correct approval flow.
Choose the TST BOCES catalogue. Scroll to view the current activity calendars. Click on the activity title. Click on the “Click to Enroll” button at the very top or bottom of the screen. Update personal information.
Choose appropriate payment type. Click the “Confirmation” box, then click on the orange “I Agree” button. Follow your district’s procedure for registering for a conference.
You are not officially enrolled until TST BOCES receives payment information AND approval via MyLearningPlan.
Finally, FAX approval to: Patti Oates 607-257-2825
For assistance, contact Patti Oates at 607-257-1551, ext.1030
For Program Information Contact:
Carol J. Hockett
Coordinator of School and Family Programs
Herbert F. Johnson Museum of ArtCornell University