Programs

  • Bloom: Creating a Ceramic Garden

    • Art Form(s)
      Visual Arts
    • Curriculum
      Science
    Students create a personal garden with clay, while using different techniques to make each part of the garden—dirt, stems, leaves, and blooms. They ...
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  • Blues in the Schools (Workshop)

    • Art Form(s)
      Music
    • Curriculum
      Social Studies
    Bob introduces America’s classic native art form — the blues. Accompanied by his National Steel Guitar, six-string guitar, harmonica and mandolin, ...
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  • Blues in the Schools: America’s Great Original Art Form (Performance)

    • Art Form(s)
      Music
    • Curriculum
      Social Studies
    From its birth in the 19th century through its growth and popularity as the foundation of American popular music, the Blues continues to grow in influence ...
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  • Building the Band

    • Art Form(s)
      Music
    • Curriculum
      Social Studies
    This hands-on workshop turns each class into its own “jug band.” Students each get a part in the band playing kazoos, rubboards, rhythm sticks, wood ...
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  • Caribbean Carnival

    • Art Form(s)
      Visual Arts
    • Curriculum
      Social Studies, Science
    Take a trip to the warm tropics through geography, science, art and music and be inspired by this beautiful “Carnival” world of color. Wendy illustrates ...
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  • Carnival of the Animals

    • Art Form(s)
      Dance
    • Curriculum
      Character Education
    VERB Ballets will present a ballet that reveals the plight of the cuckoo bird, who is bullied because he does not act like the other animals. A beautiful ...
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  • Ceramic Quilt

    • Art Form(s)
      Visual Arts
    • Curriculum
      Character Education
    Design a ceramic quilt using mixed media techniques as a tool to discover individual roots, appreciate classroom diversity and richness. The theme of the ...
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  • Ceramic Sculpture

    • Art Form(s)
      Visual Arts
    • Curriculum
      Science
    Create a fabulous ceramic sculpture in this introductory hands-on workshop. Kristen teaches basic building processes that are low-tech yet successful. ...
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  • Chano-Yu: The Spirit of the Japanese Tea Ceremony

    • Art Form(s)
      Visual Arts
    • Curriculum
      Social Studies
    Westerners have long been fascinated by the Japanese Tea Ceremony. In Japan, the act of drinking tea is more than an elaborate ritual. It is an interlude ...
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  • Character, Conflict, Action! – A Playwriting Workshop

    • Art Form(s)
      Theater Arts, Literary Arts
    • Curriculum
      English Language Arts
    Reading and writing plays is motivating to students of all abilities.  Writing and performing your own play not only gives students experience with ...
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  • Classical Music is a Living Art

    • Art Form(s)
      Music
    • Curriculum
      Character Education, Social-Emotional
    Expose students to the beauty and fascination of classical music and introduce them to musical instruments. Research has proven that education in music ...
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  • Clay and Culture in Ohio

    • Art Form(s)
      Visual Arts
    • Curriculum
      English Language Arts, Social Studies
    Through a hands-on clay experience, students learn the unique place pottery held in the cultures of Native Americans and European settlers in 1800’s ...
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