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MUSIC AND STORIES OF THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD
In this live, in-person 90-minute workshop for educators, Reggie Harris will share his Kennedy Center Teaching Artist workshop, “Music and Stories of the Underground Railroad.” This workshop will compliment Harris’ virtual APPlause! Series performance, Music and the Underground Railroad, which was presented online Oct. 27-Nov. 24, 2021.
Registration is open to teachers interested in incorporating storytelling and songs into their classrooms. Registrants will be given music and materials provided by Harris, along with a certificate of completion.
This event is FREE, but does require registration.
LOCATION: Virtual event
DATE/TIME: Jan. 19 from 4-5:30pm
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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.
Event is FREE, but registration is required.
Thanks to the generous support of sponsors, The Schaefer Center Presents is able to offer the fall series free of charge. To help us continue our mission of meeting the needs of our university students, faculty/staff, and the community at large during this time when high-quality arts programming is more critical and essential than ever, please consider making a gift of any amount.
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 >>