LaVondia Bryant-Square, Teaching Artist
LaVondia will take students on a journey through the history of African Dance from the countries of Guinea, Mali and Senegal. Students will learn how to utilize body language and dance to communicate, work as a team, build their confidence and develop an appreciation for African cultures. This workshop is great for all ages.
Charles Tortorici, Teaching Artist
In this workshop the students learn about the watershed and its importance, gaining knowledge about its interdependent plant and animal species. Through the use of creative writing, song, visual art and movement the watershed workshop comes alive. The Watershed Workshop is great for all classes, especially Life Science.
Poet's Café Workshop
BeShaun Leavell, Teaching Artist
Through the use of poetry and spoken word, BeShaun will show students how to utilize grammar, foster trust and empathy in the classroom, and express themselves creatively. Speaking and listening skills will be enhanced, and students will gain a deeper understanding of the history and purpose of spoken word. The Poet’s Café is great for all classes.
The Theatre Project
David Roby, Teaching Artist
With his knowledge of theater David leads students through a journey that will develop not only acting skills and a love for the stage, but life skills also. Over the course of the workshop students will improve their communication skills and creative writing ability. The Theatre Project is great for all classes particularly English language arts and reading.