Puppetry: Culturally Responsive Performative Art
Wednesday, October 17, 2018
Puppetry has the power to transcend humanity and investigate real-life topics in graceful and thoughtful ways. Inspired by IBEX Puppetry's Ajijaak on Turtle Island, which uses puppetry to weave Ojibwe, Lakota and Cherokee legends into a tale of adventure, hardship and self-discovery, this workshop explores puppetry like you've never seen it before!
Learn puppetry and storytelling techniques that will allow you to immerse your classroom in new, colorful worlds that celebrate individual cultural identities. This workshop seamlessly integrates puppetry, physical movement and cultural stories to give you the tools to take puppetry to a whole new level in your classroom by creating captivating, innovative, culturally responsive works of art!
Seasonal Teacher Professional Development Workshops are an exclusive benefit for current New Victory Education Partners.
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- Seasonal Workshops are free for New Victory Partner Teachers.
New Victory Professional Development workshops are designed to help educators connect students' artistic experiences with the New York City Department of Education's Blueprint for Teaching and Learning the Arts, New York State Learning Standards and the Common Core State Standards.
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