Providence Cityarts for Youth
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***RESCHEDULED*** Creating Social Justice
Social Justice & Art Education series: Creating Social Justice-based Art Curriculum (Led by Aarav Sundaresh, Visual Art Educator and Michelle Nugent, CityArts Core Teaching Artist)
How do you incorporate social justice within an art class or workshop? Photographer and educator, Aarav Sundaresh and CityArts’ Core Teaching Artist, Michelle Nugent will show different ways to teach culturally relevant content to youth and discuss how curricula inside and outside of a school setting can address themes in social justice.
Social Justice & Arts Education Series: Positive Youth Development
Nika Gorini, CityArts Program Director, will lead this youth-focused workshop around CityArts’ intentional, prosocial approach to engaging youth in a manner that is constructive to their social/emotional growth and development. We will also discuss how using a Positive Youth Development approach promotes equity and justice in the arts classroom, and helps to build safe spaces. This workshop is for individuals and/or organizations working with students (K-8) who are interested in how to incorporate Positive Youth Development in their classrooms and workspaces.
Feeding Her Fire: An Intergenerational Conversation
Exploring issues of feminism, equity, and gender, especially in light of the harassment allegations dominating this news cycle, a panel discussion will be held with selected artists from the "Feeding Her Fire" exhibition, Shey Rivera, Tamara Díaz, Caitlin Gomes, and Michelle Nugent and featured CityArts Young Artists. This intergenerational artist panel will be moderated by St. Mary Academy – Bay View senior and CityArts alum, Neomy Delacruz at Providence CityArts for Youth on Thursday, January 25th, 6pm-7:30pm. There will be an open forum at the end of the panel talk for audience members to share their thoughts and experiences as well. This event is free, but registration is recommended
Feeding Her Fire: A Mixed Media/Mixed Generational…
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If you want to find more creativity, satisfaction, and happiness, the single best solution I know is adding more art to your life. Music has been a big part of my life since I was a young boy, though my tastes have broadened a lot since I was first learning chords on my guitar. I […]
Struggling schools benefit from adding arts to learning
At ReNEW Cultural Arts Academy, students put their multiplication tables to song, while eighth graders use the musical “Hamilton” to study debate. The public charter school’s curriculum is a product of a federal effort to use arts education to boost achievement in the nation’s lowest performing schools. Jeffrey Brown reports.
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