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Photography & Literacy (Grades 3-12)
DId you know that the word photograph actually means "to write with light?" Students will gain an understanding of how photographers communicate thier ideas through the art of visual storytelling. Student will make ...
Photography for Social Change (Grades: 4-12)
This program empowers students to use photography as a tool to inform, engage and create awareness around issues surrounding their communities, schools, the city of Charlotte, and beyond. Students will first learn ...
Pirate Goodie & The Magic Chest (Character Edu...
Character Education Show Come along with Pirate Goodie Twoshoes and his parrot Pete on an amazing undersea adventure. Goodie can’t remember how to open his magic chest full of treasure. So he calls upon the ...
PLANTS AND SOIL
Learn all about plants and how they survive. Find out what determines soil quality and why some plants absorb more water than others. Get even more hands on with a flower dissection.
Poetic Portraits (Grades 3-12)
Create portraits or self portraits that speak volumes in this one-of-a-kind photography program! Students will learn how photographers use composition, props, gesture, lighting and environment to convey their ...
Presentation of American Indian Artifacts and Hist...
This is an extensive exhibit of traditional American Indian Artifacts and discussion on the items, how they were made, and materials used to make them as well as their use and value in Indian culture. Students ...
Presidential Beginnings: Life in the Backcountry -...
The President James K. Polk State Historic Site was dedicated in 1968. It consists of 21 acres that once belonged to the parents of the future 11th President of the United States, James Knox Polk. The Polk family ...
Professional Development:Using Puppets and Storyte...
Learn how to use puppets to increase literacy in multiple areas and develop language skills. Learn proper puppet manipulation of several types of puppets and how to help students to imporve development of fine ...
Professor Time And The American Revolution (Social...
“Professor Time & The American Revolution” (Social Studies, History) Quirky Professor Time is off to Colonial America to find out about the birth of our nation. Students find out what sparked the American ...
In this residency, students learn about different kinds of resources that can be recycled to produce magnificent art.
Reptiles "For Goodness SNAKES"
This live animal science program educates students on the world of reptiles. Students will see LIVE REPTILES including a snake, turtle and lizard with a selected reptile for touching. Students will also see ...
ROCKS AND FOSSILS
Uncover the differences between rocks and minerals while learning about the rock cycle. Classify rocks based on their composition and investigate the processes that create them. Test different mineral properties, ...
Roots and Rhythm Residency
School Residencies usually involve multiple “hands on” classes with the same group of students, often with 3 to 5 or more sessions with the artist. They also may include performances and/or workshops for different ...
Sankofa: African American Music from Spirituals to...
In "SANKOFA: African American Music from Spirituals to Hip Hop" students will learn elements of Storytelling, Improvisation and Call and Response in American Music. A brilliant mix of TedTalk-style interactive ...
Science of Sound
“Vibration Celebration”- Science of Sound Beverly blends music, movement, spoken word and stories in a high energy, interactive performance, celebrating the gift of listening and the science of sound. Embracing ...
Sea Turtles "Gentle Giants of Land & Sea"
This live animal science program educates students about the 7 species of endangered sea turtles. Students will observe the sea turtle’s LIVE cousins including terrestrial and aquatic turtles with a selected ...
Seeing Through the Eyes of the “Other”: Gainin...
This diversity-embracing photography workshop/residency utilizes photography as the scaffolding to explore diversity and to embrace authenticity and social awareness! In Part I of this experience, the group will ...
Self Guide with Scope on a Rope
Add engaging education demo stations to your self-guided visit. Students become forensic ornithologists using a high-tech microscope to investigate the world around them. Learn about "snarge" and how microscope ...
Self Image: Conceptual Photography (Grades 6-12)
How do you see yourself? How do you think others view you? How can a photograph express these concepts? These are just a few questions that will be posed to your students during this thoughtful and reflective ...
Self-Guide with A320 Life Raft
The Miracle on the Hudson story comes to life as you sit in an Airbus A320 life raft while learning about the safety features of modern commercial aircraft. Add an interactive demonstration led by one of our ...
Self-Guide with Air Pressure
Does air weigh anything? Discover the answer and develop more burning questions on the power of air with hands on experiments dealing with vacuums, Bernoulli’s principle, and the shape of an airplane wing. Add an ...
Self-Guide with Cessna 150
Add engaging education demo stations to your self-guided visit. Students operate the basic controls of a Cessna 150 while learning about the four forces of flight and the control surfaces of an airplane.
Self-Guide with Hypothermia Challenge
Learn about the effects of hypothermia in this hands-on activity designed to emulate the frigid temperature of the Hudson River. Add an interactive demonstration led by one of our educators to your experience! The ...
Self-Guide with Wright Flyer Simulator
Students will step into the shoes of the Wright Brothers as they take the controls of the Wright Flyer and they will explore how the scientific method allowed the brothers to successfully complete the first flight. ...
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A Walk in the Woods, Environmental Education Company
ACTivate Community Through Theatre
American Capoeira Foundation
Amy St. Aubin
Ariadne Zitsos, Thread Consulting + Design
Atlantic Coast Theatre (A.C.T.) For Youth
Bechtler Museum of Modern Art
Better Bodies 4 Us, L.L.C.
Black Bird Studio
Blumenthal Performing Arts
Brien Engel -- Glass Harp Music
Bright Star Touring Theatre
Carl J. McEwen Historic Village
Carolina Raptor Center
Carolinas Aviation Museum
Caroline Calouche & Co./Charlotte Cirque & Dance Center
Charles Pettee - Hear the Sound
Charlotte Museum of History
Children's Theatre of Charlotte
Dance & Art from India
David Novak, A Telling Experience
Dawn Anthony (DNA Muzik)
Dean Zoch, The Fiber Guy
Didgeridoo Down Under: Australian Music - Education - Entertainment!
Discovery Place Kids-Huntersville
Discovery Place Nature
Discovery Place Science
Donna Washington, DLW Storyteller Inc.
Doug Berky Theatre
Dr. Tom's Semi-Silent Theatre
Flamenquillo by Berdolé
Footworks Percussive Dance Ensemble
Grace C. Ocasio
Grey Seal Puppets
Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts + Culture
Historic Rosedale Plantation
Historic Rural Hill
Hobey Ford's Golden Rod Puppets
Interactive Science Programs
Kelly Starling Lyons, Children's Book Author
Levine Museum of the New South
Living Rhythms Hands-On African Drumming
Lona Bartlett - Storyteller, Puppeteer, Educator & Speaker
Martha Connerton / Kinetic Works
Matthews Playhouse of the Performing Arts
My Voice, My Choice, Inc.
NASCAR Hall of Fame
North Carolina Youth Tap Ensemble
Over The Counter Improv
Paul Taylor, Australian Culture
Photosynthesis - Ginger Wagoner
Piedmont Music Therapy, LLC
Planet Improv Educational Services, LLC & Planet Improv, Inc.
Reedy Creek Nature Center
Sandy Creek Weavers-Victoria Sowers
Sarah Council Dance Projects
Sheila Kerrigan, The Mime Who Talks!
Sherry Lovett, Storyteller and Teaching Artist
STEM: the Musical
Susana and Timmy Abell
The Beast: Hip Hop/Jazz Band and Educators
The Bee Lady
The Light Factory
The President James K. Polk State Historic Site
The Southeast Center for Arts Integration
The World in Our Backyard
Transit Vocal Band
Social Studies / History
Conducts educational programming for 2 or more years
Conducts ongoing assessments of program quality
Connects to State and or Common Core Curriculum Standards
Maintains general liability insurance
Performs criminal background checks on staff with youth contact
Provides scholarship and reduced fees
Provides study guides for teachers and or students
Provides tools to assess student learning (workshops and residencies)
Three letters of recommendation / references available
Arts and Science Council
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