Kuniko presents a dramatic Japanese storytelling performance of myths and fables. The combination of Japanese music, handcrafted masks, highly-stylized movement, origami paper folding, and a touch of magic makes this appealing to all grade levels. Kuniko uses folktales and folk songs that describe Japanese traditions. Her origami presentations feature mythological character masks and puppets, flowers, and a bamboo sushi mat.
Kuniko’s program complements the Multicultural Study, Visual Arts, Language Arts, Theatre, and Social Studies components. 45 – 90 minute workshop topics include Math Lessons with Origami, Origami Connection to Visual Arts and Social Studies, Origami for Teachers, and Theater Workshop. Puppetry, story-making, dance, mask-making, and movement are all subject areas that can be covered. http://kunikotheater.com
This performance is made possible through the generous support of (Vac-con) and the Village Improvement Association..
With the majestic St. Johns River as a backdrop, Green Cove Springs, Florida will be the site of the first CalaVida Arts Festival on Labor Day Weekend. Designed for all ages, CalaVida will offer a myriad of arts presentations including both visual and performance arts. The week-end will begin on Friday, August 29 with The CalaVida Gala.
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