2013 Luncheon Tickets
May 9, 2013 Luncheon for the Arts Tickets Available Here ($50)
Inspire students to create their own books. Styles include accordion, pop-up, wearable books and journals. Students will personalize their books using stamps, drawings, painting and collage. Books can be used to hold students’ poetry, short stories and art work.
Age-appropriate books are selected by the teacher or by the artist to tie in with classroom curriculum (for instance: Too Much Noise by Ann McGovern or One Monster After Another by Mercer Mayer). Working in smaller groups the students analyze … Continue reading
Improv games teach children to release the power within their own imagination as well as the joys of working together. This workshop uses improv to illustrate those points while also teaching students the elements of story structure, dramatic tension and … Continue reading
The Cat in the Hat will come to your school and perform an interactive 45 minute show that includes storytelling, magic, music and FUN! The Cat in the Hat stresses the importance of reading and writing and the power of … Continue reading
A variety of poem prompts are used to get the students to discover new ways of describing the world around them and expressing themselves through poetry. Continue reading
Artist tells folktales, myths, and legends from around the world. Interactive group singing with autoharp, instruments and puppets. Continue reading