Any Given Child: Cut Paper: A Pathway to Creative Writing

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300 Richards Blvd

Room 221

Sacramento, CA 95811

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For Teachers of Grades 2-8

The process of writing stories can be challenging for young authors. In this workshop, explore how students can use scissors, glue, and construction paper to create artwork that becomes the bridge between an unformed idea and a unique, descriptive story. Learn to use selected elements of art, such as shape, color, and space, to connect to story components (e.g., character, setting, events, main idea, and details). Participants will leave with workable, accessible tools for students to create ideas, think divergently and write creatively.

Kennedy Center Presenter Jamin Carter is an educator, artist, activist and minister who calls Memphis, TN his home. He holds a BFA in sculpture and painting and a MAT in visual art education.

As an educator he has many years of experience working as a public school teacher in several diverse, Title One classrooms ranging from elementary art to high school studio art and AP art history. Additionally he has served as a mentoring coach for elementary and middle school art educators across his school district.

As a national arts integration consultant with Focus 5 Jamin leads visual art and drama based workshops in schools, museums and arts centers across the country and collaborates with other consultants on new and existing workshops.

As an artist Jamin works in a variety of mediums such as oil painting, sculpture and mixed media. Working out of his studio in Memphis he participates in exhibitions, volunteers as a consultant for public art works, facilitates panel discussions and occasionally curates shows.

Jamin spends his life with his wife Becky, son Benjamin and daughter Malea in the midtown area of the city where they garden, take walks, host neighborhood events and are usually building or fixing something.


Please email smac@cityofsacramento.org if you will no longer be able to attend.

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300 Richards Blvd

Room 221

Sacramento, CA 95811

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The Sacramento Office of Arts and Culture, formerly Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission, was established in 1977 by a City Ordinance and a County Ordinance. The Office of Arts and Culture is a public agency devoted to supporting, promoting and advancing the arts in the region. Funded by the Sacramento City and County, the Arts Commission provides funding to local artists and arts groups; promotes the arts through marketing, outreach and education initiatives; provides resources to support and increase regional arts education activities; and serves as a community partner and resource.


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