Developing Media Literacy In Schools Current circumstances demand that we rely more and more on the digital world to connect, educate, and create, accessing constantly evolving technology and media. In [...]
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“Body music strives to be most accessible for everybody by stimulating different forms of intelligence: kinaesthetic, verbal, aural, and visual. -Geremia Lorenzo Lodi, Project Intuition BodyMusic ArtistsInspire’s Interactive Online [...]
. . Sound And Music Education In Schools: Listening, Playing And Adapting To Current Times Figuring out how to safely teach in-person during COVID times and adapting music [...]
Literary Arts in Schools: Writing Workshops to Understand Ourselves, Our Experiences and the World We Live InJune Park2023-10-01T17:51:36-04:00
“Basically, we human beings, what we do is we tell stories. We tell stories about everything.” Raquel Rivera Writing Workshops to Understand Ourselves, Our Experiences and the World We [...]
I use comedy improvisation and laughter therapy to bring the students together. I put a big emphasis on joy... I believe that bringing students out into the community, especially [...]
I see… I feel ... I hear … I am … - Message in a Bottle workshop prompts Distance and hybrid education is a major part of the new [...]
As we adjust further into life with physical distancing, we are discovering more about the ways we can reach youth with online art education. Listening to young students speak [...]
ArtistInspire has a wealth of artists who specialize in creating works of art in the environment and outside spaces. There are many ways that art education can engage students through ecology and nature [...]
To me life is a dance; as long as our hearts are beating, a rhythm is being created. Sometimes it’s the littlest movements that make the biggest difference in [...]
'The purpose of art is to comfort the disturbed, and to disturb the comfortable', and that’s what I want to do.” - Deanna Smith (Quote by Cesar A Cruz, [...]