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Director of Arts Education and Outreach
828-262-6084 ext. 109
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LOCATION: Live, interactive Zoom event; registration is required
DATE/TIME: April 18, 4-5pm
MORE INFO: firstname.lastname@example.org
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 (email@example.com) ahead of any educator series event to request a certificate of completion.
Event is FREE, but registration is required.
Pierce Freelon is a Grammy-nominated musician, author, and educator from Durham, NC. He is the co-creator of Beat Making Lab, an Emmy Award-winning PBS web series and is the writer, composer and co-director of the PBS animated series The History of White People in America, an official selection of the Tribeca Film Festival. His Grammy-nominated children’s music album Black to the Future has been featured on NPR, Billboard and MSNBC. Little, Brown Books for Young Readers published his debut children’s picture book, Daddy-Daughter Day, in 2022. Freelon is a former Durham City Councilman, a husband and a father of two based in Durham, NC.
Pierce Freelon’s virtual performance event, Black to the Future, is available from February 17-May 15, 2023. Event is Free; registration is required. Click HERE for more information.
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 >>