In this workshop students will work with authentic photographs of former American slaves and slave children.
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A spoken word performance of original, personal poetry and stories by an award-winning playwrite and poet.
A solo Hip-Hop musical performance and love poem. The artist illustrates her relationship with the women who raised her, based on childhood memories and the voices of three generations of mothers.
It’ s 1848 and Nancy Freeman, a wife, mother and former slave, is traveling in her husbands boat down the Erie Canal to be part of the Women’ s Convention in Seneca Falls, NY.
Through music, rhythms, stories and a smattering of history, Miché Fambro encourages young people toward creative self-expression.
A fun and enriching theater residency designed specifically to fit the needs of your students.
Doug scales down the Stringman Show for the classroom, demonstrating each instrument and its uses through familiar songs. Students will have the opportunity to see, hear and even touch the instruments.
Doug Yeomans offers this guitar-centered songwriting program for students in grades K-12.
Provide upper grade students with a personal and memorable conversation with professional musicians about a career in music.
Students take a personal journey down the Erie Canal by speaking in the voices of the era.