Integrating Visual and Performing Arts into the CCSS
Saturday, January 11, 2014 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM (PST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
A Joyful Synthesis of Music, Story-telling and Creative Writing!
Innovative drum circles offer a joyful synthesis of rhythm, storytelling and creative writing! In this workshop participants will explore the links and connections between rhythm, music and verbal and non-verbal storytelling and creative writing.
The workshop will include a wide variety of instruments. However, absolutely no musical background is necessary. if available, we encourage participants to bring along their own instruments as well (so dust off that old flute, clarinet or drum in your closet and bring it along!). Join us for a fun, engaging and illuminating exploration!
Instructor: Mary E Knysh
Date: January 11th, 2014
Location: CSU Stanislaus-Stockton Campus
Acacia Building Room 1064
612 E Magnolia St., Stockton
Mary E Knysh is the founder of Rhythmic Connections, (www.rhythmicconnections.com) an innovative company advancing education, health, and creative development through music improvisation. Mary is a cutting edge workshop facilitator, trainer and consultant who emphasizes creativity, leadership and non-verbal communications. She is a professional musician; recording artist and author. An international teacher/trainer with the Music for People organization, Mary is also an Orff Schulwerk clinician and teaching artist for the Pennsylvania Council of the Arts, Young Audiences of NJ, and New York BOCES. She is endorsed by the Remo and Rhythm Band Instruments corporations.
When & Where
Great Valley Writing Project
“Writing today is not a frill for the few, but an essential skill for the many.”
--National Commission on Writing in America’s Schools and Colleges