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This workshop is perfect for any teacher interested in bringing poetry into their classroom. Teachers from any grade level are welcome to join.
This workshop will compliment Redmond’s virtual APPlause! Series performance, Telling Stories, held online from March 30 through April 27, 2022. All participants will receive a certificate of completion.
This event is FREE, but does require registration
ABOUT GLENIS REDMOND
Glenis Redmond is a nationally renowned, award-winning poet and teaching artist traveling the world sharing and teaching poetry. She writes about the strength of her Afro-Carolinian roots, while exploring their weighted and palpable histories. Glenis is a literary community leader. She is dedicated to coaching and uplifting youth poet’s voices. She co-founded a literary program called Peace Voices in her hometown of Greenville, SC from 2012-2019. Glenis is also a Kennedy Center Teaching Artist, a Cave Canem poet, and NC Literary Recipient. In 2020 Glenis became a recipient of South Carolina’s highest award, The Governor’s Award for the Arts. Her work has been showcased on NPR and PBS and has been most recently published in Orion Magazine, the North Carolina Literary Review, Obsidian: Literature and Arts in the African Diaspora, storySouth, About Place Journal and Carolina Muse. Her latest book, The Listening Skin, will be published by Four Way Books in 2022.
LOCATION: Live, interactive Zoom event; registration is required
DATE/TIME: March 4 at 4pm (90 minutes)
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Let the Educator Series inspire and rekindle your love of learning with and through the arts. This year, we are focused on providing high-quality arts education experiences for K-12 audiences at no cost. We add to that quality professional development experiences for educators that will enliven a passion for learning and spark an element of excitement and fun for all educators.
Please be in touch with Christy Chenausky (firstname.lastname@example.org) ahead of any educator series event to request a certificate of completion.
Every season, affordable music, dance, film, and theatre events are offered to students and their teachers from K-12 classrooms across the region. Students experience everything from high-energy acrobatics and Appalachian music to international dance and literary classics brought to life through theatrical productions. LEARN MORE >>
and through individual support from
SUE AND STEVE CHASE.