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  • Art and Architecture: Residential Planning

    Next Great Architects

    21st Century Skills Communication Critical Thinking Life Skills Math Patterns & Sequence Teamwork Technology

    Students will be presented with two-dimensional rooms to configure their own unique floor plan. Students will learn spatial problem solving, design exploration and application of imagination. In multiple sessions students will expand their designs to include furniture and/or site planning.

    • Grades: 3-56-89-12
    • Length: 45 min
    • Audience Limit: 30
    Single: $85 Double: $75 Materials: 30
  • People, Paint, and Percussion

    Tharp-Perrin Gindhart Artists

    21st Century Skills

    In this participatory performance, the rhythms of percussive music interact with the visuals of paint and dance as students join artists to create a performance painting. This program can stand alone or as a celebratory culmination to one of the composition workshops by Tharp-Perrin Gindhart Artists.

    • Grades: K-23-56-89-12
    • Length: 45 min
    • Audience Limit: 300
    Single: $1,425 Materials: $220 per performance
  • Indigo Blues

    Sofiya Inger

    Communication Critical Thinking Environmental Science

    Using the power of nature, students will turn oxygen and indigo plants into bright blue fabric art. After folding, tying, and dipping their fabric in natural indigo dye, students will see the process of oxidation. Students will discuss how art can involve nature in various ways.

    • Grades: K-26-8
    • Length: 45 min
    • Audience Limit: 30
    Single: $85 Multiple: $75 Materials: $25 per classroom
  • Graphic Novel Illustration

    Jingo M. de La Rosa

    Communication Creative Writing

    Students will learn many of the components of creating a graphic novel including story and character creation, panels, perspective and speech. Students will take stories they know or a topic chosen by the teacher and create several pages of a graphic novel either in small groups or independently.

    • Grades: 6-89-12
    • Length: 45 min
    • Audience Limit: 30
    Subsequent: $438 Materials: $20 per class

    5 days long for full residency

  • Comic Books for Comprehension

    Jingo M. de La Rosa

    Communication Critical Thinking Language Arts

    Students will create their own page of a comic book that illustrates a descriptive sentence. By dissecting the nouns, verbs, and adjectives of the sentence, students will draw interesting illustrations from their own imagination.

    • Grades: 3-56-89-12
    • Length: 45 min
    • Audience Limit: 30
    Single: $85 Per Day: $375 (Limit of 5 per day) Materials: $10 per classroom
  • Creating Courage

    Sapphire Theatre Company

    This performance will show students that even when they are afraid, there are ways that they can find courage. The actor will face his fear of storms using simple Shakespearean text and the power of language. Students will participate from their seats to create storm sounds.

    • Grades: Pre-K
    • Length: 30 min
    • Audience Limit: 120
    Single: $200
  • Speak the Speech

    Sapphire Theatre Company

    Communication Critical Thinking Listening & Speaking Reading

    With the help of a professional actor, students will build confidence in reading aloud using small, manageable Shakespearean texts. Students will also try their hand at “performing” the text, using different acting techniques to give the words deeper meaning.

    • Grades: K-2
    • Length: 45 min
    • Audience Limit: 30
    Single: $85 Multiple: $75

    Grades 2-3 only

  • Learning the Language of Silence

    Reed Steele

    Communication Critical Thinking Language Arts Listening & Speaking

    Students will learn the concepts of telling a story with a beginning, middle and end using only body language. Through hands-on activities, theatre games, and mime illusions, they will be able to demonstrate ideas, thoughts and emotions using their bodies and facial expressions.

    • Grades: K-23-56-89-12
    • Length: 45 min
    • Audience Limit: 30
    Single: $85 Multiple: $75

    Mileage from Angola, IN additional

  • The Great Law of Peace

    Robin Pease - Contact Staff for Available Dates

    Critical Thinking U.S. History & Culture

    Meet Hiawatha, Columbus, Ponce de Leon, Jacques Cartier, Walter Raleigh and Henry Hudson as they struggle to create laws for the “New World.” These stories will provide a window into the creation of the United States Constitution. Students will understand the compromises that were made amongst the framers and will see how the New World devised a new form of governance, based on a framework developed by the Native Americans.

    • Grades: 3-5
    • Length: 45 min
    • Audience Limit: 300
    Single: $488 Double: $732

    Availability: October 24-27, 2016

    *For grades 3-5

    *Robin is available for Pre-K when she is visiting schools.

  • 1 Seuss, 2 Seuss: A Pair of Programs

    Will Gould

    Communication Critical Thinking Listening & Speaking Poetry Reading U.S. History & Culture World History & Culture

    K-3rd: Ted I’ve Read
    Beginner Books (times 4) prove that Seuss is no bore! Faithful pachyderm sitting, hopped pop, tooth book & participatory mooing all with an acting point of view, because reading should be fun for students and you!

    4-6th: WWII and Dr. Seuss, Too
    Find out how Dr. Seuss’s experiences as an officer in WWII changed children’s literature forever. A dictating turtle and Whos with small voices will help your students think about history and what influences writers and actors.

    • Grades: K-23-5
    • Length: 45 min
    • Audience Limit: 300
    Single: $288 Double: $576