Arts for Learning
Arts for Learning engages children with the arts by bringing teaching artists into schools and communities. We believe in the arts and their ability to transform education. We believe that when learning is enriched with the arts, students get more out of school.
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1 Seuss, 2 Seuss: Ted I've Read 1 Seuss, 2 Seuss: WWII and Dr. Seuss, Too A Recipe for Jazz by Cathy Morris A Village Beyond by Fort Wayne Dance Collective African Dance by Ronne Stone (pre-k) Anything Can Be a Puppet Arabiqa by Karim Nagi Asante Tales by Deborah Asante Baby Artsplay by Amauunet Ashe Bollywood Dance & Culture by Usha Sirimalle Book of Leaves by the Back-to-Back Bonnies Bringing Math Story Problems to Life through Puppetry by Adzooks Puppets Bullying: A Play on Conflict Resolution Bullying: Behind the Scenes Chancleta: A Rythmic Experience by Sancocho Chancleta: Dance & Music by Sancocho Choose Your Own Poetry Workshop with Bonnie Maurer Christopher Columbus: the Shame in the Glory by Hank Fincken Clay Adventures by Jude Odell Clogging & Fiddling by Fiddle 'n Feet Comic Books for Comprehension by Jingo de la Rosa Community Social by Fiddle 'n Feet Composition Creating Courage Creative Dance by Melli Hoppe Crumpet the Trumpet by Fort Wayne Dance Collective Cultural Dance of West Africa Dancing Through the Curriculum by Melli Hoppe Dancing Through the Pages by Fort Wayne Dance Collective Dancing Together: Building Life Skills Through Traditional American Dance by Fiddle 'n Feet Decades of Dance Drum Dialogues Drum It Out! Every Day We Write a Dance by Dance Kaleidoscope Explorations in Photography by William Rasdell Filmaking + Storytelling by Tyler May Francicso Pizarro: to Serve You by Hank Fincken Fun With Jazz Gifts of the Earth: Native American Pottery by Robin McBride Scott Harp Music & Stories (pre-k) by Melissa Gallant Harp Sounds (Performance) by Melissa Gallant Harp Sounds (Workshop) Henry Ford: Fit to a "T" Here Is My Magic Key Hoofing in America by Tap Team Two House Full of Friends by Sofiya Inger Imaginative Mexican Clay Masks by Jude Odell Indiana Mime: Raiders of the Lost Art Indigo Blues by Sofiya Inger Instrument Making by Sancocho Jazz: the Art of Relationship Jazz: Voice & Piano by Everett Greene & Marvin Chandler Johnny Appleseed Keeping Traditional Music & Dance Alive Through Creativity Latin Ballroom Dancing by Shawn Whistler Latin Jazz by Cathy Morris Learning Earth's Processes through Movement by Melli Hoppe Learning Lincoln through Bookmaking with Bonnie Stahlecker Learning Syllables through Drumming Learning the Language of Silence Lifting Together: Building Strong Writers Through Storytelling Collaborations by Bob Sander Literature Takes the Stage by Beverly Roche Magic with Foil by Robin McBride Scott Making Creative Books Making Creative Books - For Teachers by Bonnie Stahlecker Masks, Mime, and Imagination Math Art Family Night by Malke Rosenfeld Math Art Festival by Malke Rosenfeld Math in Your Feet Math In Your Feet - For Teachers by Malke Rosenfeld Metal Embossing - Stretching Your Imagination by Robin McBride Scott Mime's the Word! (Workshop) Mime’s the Word Monarchs Need Milkweed by Bonnie Stahlecker Moving Forward with Arts Integration by Sandy Reiberg Music & Dance Collage by Sancocho Music Composition by Classical Music Indy Music Composition by Classical Music Indy Music from Around the World by Cathy Morris Musical Tour of Latin America O Pato - A Sing Along Storytime by Cathy Morris Once Upon a Time in Africa by Deborah Asante Ones and Twos People, Paint & Percussion Percussive Dance in America Picture Power by William Rasdell Planting Hope - Storytelling & the Environment Playful Prints by Robin McBride Scott Poetry in the Classroom by Bonnie Maurer Printed & Dyed Fabrics by Stephanie Roberston Punch & Judy Presented by Adzooks Puppets Reading Comprehension through Visual Art & Theater by NoExit Performance Reinforcing Math Concepts thru Art: Nature Mandalas Reinforcing Math Concepts thru Art: Notebook Designing Riddle Me, Riddle You by the Back-to-Back Bonnies Rolling Down the Avenue by Deborah Asante Seuss and Other Nonsense Stories Speak the Speech by Sapphire Theater Company Stories & Shadow Puppets Stories from the Underground Railroad Tanoshi Taiko Drumming Tapestry Tapping With Goldilocks Tell Your Own Story (Performance) Tell Your Own Story (Workshop) The Circus of Imagination The Jazz State of Indiana The Magical Art of Printmaking by Robin McBride Scott The Music & Dance of Canada The Roots of Bluegrass The Spirit of James Whitcomb Riley The Storyteller's Drum The Tortoise & the Hare The Wild Things of Sendak The World of Strings by Cathy Morris Theater-Dance by Giselle Trujillo Theme & Variations on the Violin by Cathy Morris These Stories Go Beyond Any Test This Little Light of Mine by Deborah Asante Thomas Edison: Inside the Inventors Minds Traditional American Dance by Fiddle 'n Feet Tree of Dreams Wee Do Wap When Worlds Collide: William Henry Harrison & Tecumseh Wilderness to Farms: Indiana Pioneer Settlers Wilderness to Waterways: Indiana Canal Days World Folktales Worming Into Books by Bonnie Stahlecker Yes You Can Can - Make Your Body Move by Amauunet Ashe
Reinforcing Math Concepts thru Art: Notebook Designing
Students will learn about measurement, perimeter and area through applying an abstract surface design to a notebook using tissue paper and mod podge.
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Workshop/Class (In-School), Workshop/Class (Out-of-School)
Fine Arts: Visual Arts, Math
Kindergarten, Grade 1, Grade 2, Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5
Contact Angela Yetter at email@example.com or 317-925-4043 x114
Arts for Learning teaching artists come to you. No field trip is required.
Fees / Ticketing:
Single workshop: $90
Multiple workshops: $80 each
Materials: $25 per workshop
IDOE STANDARDS Yes Connects to State (IDOE) and/or Common Core Curriculum Standards: MATH: Standard 4 - Measurement FINE ARTS: VISUAL ARTS: Anchor Standard 2 – Organize and develop artistic ideas and work: Artists and designers experiment with forms, structures, materials, concepts, media, and art-making approaches
Qualifications Conducts educational programming for 2 or more years: Yes Performs criminal background checks on staff with youth contact: Yes Maintains general liability insurance: Yes Three letters of recommendation / references available: Yes Provides study guides for teachers and or students: Yes Provides tools to assess student learning (workshops and residencies): Yes Provides scholarship and reduced fees: Yes Conducts ongoing assessments of program quality: Yes Connects to State (IDOE) and/or Common Core Curriculum Standards: Yes
Partial payment may be necessary depending on timing of decision to cancel. Contact Angela Yetter at firstname.lastname@example.org or 317-925-4043 x114
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