Students learn about the basic elements of music through traditional rhythms, based on the age-old concept, “if you can say it, you can play it.”
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Because all schools have many different topics and themes for a variety of events and school functions, Kevin has developed a number of personalized programs for WNY schools.
As every art school student and artist knows, your portfolio is a crucial tool for sharing your work and advancing as an artist. This workshop discusses what to include in and how to present an impres
Collage is a fascinating technique for transforming images, colored and textured materials and other personal mementos into works of art.
A writing workshop adaptable to existing classroom studies or grade-level curriculum. The class’ s basic framework includes presentation of poetic tools, such as metaphor and alliteration, followed by
Students participate in basic yoga poses such as Mountain, Tree, Lion and Downward Dog, which create a silent and peaceful state of concentration. To explore the relationship between movement and lang
Art therapist Kristen Crosson uses a variety of creative projects to encourage self-expression and build self-esteem. Possible arts experiences include mask making, murals, pastel portraits, mandala d
For four thousand years, the kite has served as a form of transportation, a scientific tool, a weapon of war and a toy. Because of this, kite-making in the classroom can serve as a window into history
An entertaining exploration of ”play for grown-ups.” Nels demonstrates how humor and play can serve as effective tools to help parents, educators, and other working professionals. Used properly, the