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Dance ...................................................................... 2 Music ....................................................................... 6 Storytelling & Writing ............................................. 10 Theater .................................................................. 14 Visual Art ............................................................... 18 Multi Arts................................................................ 21

Early Childhood ....................................................... 5 Teacher Professional Development ....................... 13 Residencies ........................................................... 24


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Academic Subject Math & Science Workshops Advanced Papermaking..........................................................19 Dancing Through the Curriculum ............................................ 4 Papermaking: The Paper-Plant Connection, Life Sciences.....19 Primary Drummers ................................................................. 9 Weather Dance ....................................................................... 4

Social Studies: U.S. History & Culture Performances A Recipe for Jazz.................................................................... 7 Almost, Mr. Edison, Almost ..................................................... 15 Christopher Columbus ............................................................ 15 Current: A Contemporary Dance Performance ....................... 3 Family Ties, Early Indiana Style .............................................. 8 Gene Stratton Porter...Writer, Naturalist, Photographer .......... 11 Hoofing in America ................................................................. 3 How America Learned to Swing ............................................. 7 I, Nat Love: The Story of Deadwood Dick .............................. 16 Indiana Canal Days................................................................. 8 Indiana Mime: Raiders of the Lost Art .................................... 16 Jazz: The Art of Relationship .................................................. 8 Jazz on Strings ....................................................................... 7 John Henry: Steel Driving Man ............................................... 15 Johnny Appleseed .................................................................. 15 Major Martin Delany: African American Civil War Officer ........ 15 Paul Robeson: A Man Who Overcame Adversity .................... 15 Percussive Dance in America ................................................. 3 Prince Among Slaves.............................................................. 16 Rolling Down the Avenue ........................................................ 11 Sam Jonas: An Underground Railroad Experience ................ 15 Stories from the Underground Railroad .................................. 11 Storytellers .............................................................................. 15 The Four Directions: Native American Stories ........................ 11 The Jazz State of Indiana ...................................................... 8 This Little Light of Mine: Civil Rights Through a Child’s Eyes 11 Tragedy, Trains, Truth, and Tales ............................................. 16 Tuskegee Airmen of WWII ...................................................... 16 The Roots of Bluegrass .......................................................... 7 When Worlds Colide: William Henry Harrison & Tecumseh .... 11 Workshops Decades of Dance .................................................................. 4 Gifts from the Earth: Native American Effigy Pottery............... 20 Gifts from the Canebakes: Native American Basketry ............ 20 Indiana History: Silkscreen a T-Shirt ....................................... 20

Social Studies: World History & Culture Performances A Village Beyond .................................................................... 3 Asia Fantasia: Storytelling, Music, and a Whole Lot of Fun .... 11 Dances and Songs of Spain ................................................... 3 Gems: The World’s Wisdom Stories........................................15 Irish Music: Come to the Ceilidh ............................................. 8 Jazz on Strings ...................................................................... 7 Keeping Traditional Dance & Music Alive Through Creativity.. 3 Latin Jazz ............................................................................... 7 Middle Eastern or Iraqi Musical Journey ................................ 8 Music and Dance Collage .......................................................25 Music from Around the World ................................................. 7

Musical Tour of Latin America ................................................. 8 Once Upon a Time in Africa ....................................................11 Ongaku: Japanese Music ....................................................... 7 Percussion Around the World ................................................. 7 Steel Drums - Then & Now ..................................................... 8 The Music and Dance of Canada ........................................... 3 The Storyteller’s Drum ............................................................ 7 World Folktales .......................................................................11

Workshops Chancleta: Dance & Music .....................................................26 Dances and Songs of Spain ................................................... 4 Explorations in Photography ...................................................20 Imaginative Mexican Clay Masks ...........................................19 Latin Ballroom Dancing........................................................... 4 Shodo Japanese Calligraphy .................................................19 Sumi-e Japanese Brush Painting ...........................................19

Language Arts Performances Dancing Through the Pages ................................................... 3 Harp Music & Stories .............................................................. 8 Peter & the Wolf, Cartoons, and Jazz .....................................25 SLAM! Slam Poetry Performance ...........................................11 Seuss and Other Nonsense Stories .......................................16 The Spirit of James Whitcomb Riley .......................................16 These Stories Go Beyond Any Test ........................................16 The Wild Things of Sendak .....................................................25

Workshop Choose Your Own Poetry Workshop .......................................12 Circle of Life: Native American Poems ....................................12 Improvisation: Creativity on the Spot ...................................... 9 Jazz on the Fly .......................................................................12 Riddle Me, Riddle You.............................................................26 Silkscreen Printing T-Shirts .....................................................20 Slam Poetry Workshop ...........................................................12 Songwriting For Your Classroom............................................. 9 Tell Your Own Story.................................................................12 What Do Writers Do? ..............................................................12


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Dance

The Dance Show Dance Kaleidoscope Ten to twelve professional contemporary dancers bring to life the concepts of shape, space, pattern, and rhythm in this highenergy performance. Performance meets standards in Dance. Grades: K-6 Single: $647, Double: $1,000

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The Living Newspaper: Stories from the Great Depression Fiddle ‘n’ Feet Let students into the world of the Great Depression through this performance about a traveling theater troupe from the WPA. Stories told during the show are from the lives of real people. Performance meets standards in Social Studies and Theater. Grades: K-8 Single: $647, Double: $1,176

Shakin’ Down the Acorns Malke Rosenfeld American Old Time music, dance, and song are the energetic ingredients of a feast for young minds. With entrancing percussive footwork, participatory songs, banjo and fiddle tunes, hats, humor, and straws, this ensemble shape shifts from quartet to duet; trio, solo, and chorus. Learn to understand a basic Dances and Songs of Spain musical form and discover what it takes to find joy and satisfaction in Faten Ali Munger Students learn the basics of Mileage from Bloomington, IN additional playing together. Performance meets Flamenco rhythm as they are Availability: Nov. 12-16, 2012 standards in Dance and Music. led though a variety of dances. Grades: K-5, 6 March 4-8, 2013 Spanish Flamenco, folk dances, Single: $730, Double: $924 and Ballet Espanol are presented A Village Beyond Mileage from Bloomington, IN additional in a fun and participatory way. A Fort Wayne Dance Collective companion workshop complements A four-member ensemble celebrates Current: A Contemporary Dance this performance. Performance Japanese and Chinese culture Performance meets standards in Dance and World through Taiko drumming, mask Melli Hoppe & Susurrus Performance Group History. dance set to Haiku poetry, and T’ai Grades: K-5, 6-8 Chi movement. Performance meets A dance, music, and spoken word Single: $212, Double: $424 standards in Dance and World piece crafted from the journals of the History. Lewis & Clark expedition. This is an Keeping Traditional Dance & Music Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12 interactive performance by seven to Alive Through Creativity Single: $588, Double: $1,118 nine dancers illustrating the struggles Fiddle ‘n’ Feet Mileage from Fort Wayne, IN additional of the Corps of Discovery in 19th This energetic performance explores century Indiana. Performance meets the origins and “reinvention” of Dancing Through the Pages standards in Dance and U.S. History. music and dance traditions over the Fort Wayne Dance Collective Grades: 1-5, 6-8, 9-12 years. When dancers or musicians A four-member ensemble invites Single: $706, Double: $1,058 are lacking the means to buy their students into the world of children’s preferred instruments or tools, authors including Dr. Seuss, Babette Hoofing in America they figure out how to substitute Cole, and Alma Flor Ada by engaging Tap Team Two something they do have. A program tracing the roots of them through dance. Performance Performance meets standards in Tap, from Ireland and Africa to the meets standards in Dance and Dance and World History. Language Arts. street and social dances of today. Grades: K-8 Grades: K-5 Performance meets standards in Single: $500, Double: $842 Single: $588, Double: $942 Dance and U.S. History. Mileage from Bloomington, IN additional Mileage from Fort Wayne, IN additional Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $625, Double: $948 Percussive Dance in America Availability: April 15-19, 2013 Fiddle ‘n’ Feet From English step dance to Southern Appalachian mountain clogging and everything in between, your students will experience the history of traditional American dance. Performance meets standards in Dance and U.S. History. Grades: K-8 Single: $500, Double: $842 Mileage from Bloomington, IN additional The Music and Dance of Canada Fiddle ‘n’ Feet Our neighbors to the North have a rich history of dance and music. Your students will learn more about the lives and culture of the early explorers who canoed through the Great Lakes. Performance meets standards in Dance and World History. Grades: K-8 Single: $500, Double: $842 Mileage from Bloomington, IN additional

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Workshops

Egyptian Dance Faten Ali Munger Students will learn the basics of Egyptian dance as they are led in simple dances. They will learn basic footwork and arm movements. Workshop meets standards in Dance and World Culture Grades: 2-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $100 Decades of Dance Laurie Young-Cutsinger Students will try out the dance steps of any decade in 20th century U.S. history, from the Charleston to Street Dance. Through video excerpts, movement, and discussion, active learning can be incorporated into your social studies unit. Workshop meets standards in Dance and U.S. History. Grades: 3-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $76

Math in Your Feet Malke Rosenfeld Math is often called “the science of patterns,� and patterns are essential to the dance form of clogging. The two come together in this workshop where students will learn basic clogging steps while exploring the concepts of improvisation, choreography, and how it relates to pattern-making. By the end of the workshop, students will have created their own mini-dances. This workshop is a great introduction to the five-day Math in Your Feet residency. Grades: 1-5 Day of 4: $320

Weather Dance Melli Hoppe Weather patterns, the water cycle, and cloud types will be used as inspiration for a dance. Students will learn choreographic principals such as space, time, force, and motion. Workshop meets standards in Dance and Science. Grades: 1-5 Single: $82

Dance

Dances and Songs of Spain Faten Ali Munger Students will learn the basics of Flamenco rhythm as they are led in simple dances. They will learn basic footwork and arm movements, including the use of castanets. Workshop compliments the performance by the same name. Workshop meets standards in Dance and World History. Grades: 4-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $71

Latin Ballroom Dancing Shawn Whistler Students will observe Latin ballroom dancing and will dance in pairs learning steps from the cha cha, the Mileage from Bloomington, IN additional meringue, or rumba. The emphasis of this program can be the Spanish Creativity on the Move Language, History, Math, or Margot Faught Geography. Introduces and develops basic dance Grades: 1-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $112 concepts for all levels and abilities. Students will create dances both individually and through collaboration, developing simple concepts to create intricate patterns. Workshop meets standards for Dance. Grades: K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $106 Dancing Through the Curriculum Melli Hoppe Basic elements of dance are taught, while students learn life skills such as focus, problem solving, and cooperation. Students work together to create a short dance. Meet with the artist to connect your workshop with your curriculum. Workshop meets standards in Dance, Math, or Science. Grades: 1-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $82

Family Night Programs Community Social Math in Your Feet Family Night Malke Rosenfeld Fiddle & Feet Bring your school community An evening of social dances for the together for a fun-filled night of whole family to enjoy. No experience creativity, patterns and problem necessary! Students and parents solving. This math night extends the can come together to participate in Math in Your Feet residency topics line, square, circle dances and more. so that anyone can participate. Grades: K-5, 6-8. 9-12 Activities include name pattern 90 minutes: $606 designs, reflection games, tangram Mileage from Bloomington, IN additional puzzles, paper pizza, and dance. Developed in collaboration with Perry Township District Title 1 office. Grades: K-5 District: $1500, School: $900 Mileage from Bloomington, IN additional

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Early Childhood

3-6 years

Performances Workshops: Early Childhood Workshops are 105 minutes long unless otherwise noted. The long format allows time for introduction and reflection. Maximum group size is 20.

Performances: Early Childhood Performances are 30 minutes long unless otherwise noted. The short format meets developmentally appropriate guidelines for early learners. Adults are encouraged to attend alongside students. Maximum audience size is 120.

Our Early Childhood

Tortoise and the Hare Adzooks Puppets The classic Aesop fable comes to life for students in this tale about the infamous race. The audience helps the race end well and discovers that there are no losers when it comes to friendship. 30 minute Performance: $276 Mileage from Martinsville, IN additional

Tucheze Ngoma: The Drums of Kenya Asante Touring Company Students will participate in this energetic performance, which introduces them to some of the drumming, dancing, and singing of Kenya, in East Africa. While English is the official language of Kenya, students will learn a few words of Kiswahili, the Kenyan national language. 30 minute Performance: $447

Stories and Shadow Puppets Adzooks Puppets Students will explore shadow puppetry as they create their own stories then perform them. Puppet characters will be created by each child from random shapes, art foam, and other creative materials. 105 minute Workshop: $245 Mileage from Martinsville, IN additional

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Papermaking Laura Friesen Students engage in papermaking by looking at examples of machine made paper and handmade paper and talking about differences and similarities, discussing where paper comes from, and making their own sheet of paper. 105 minute Workshop: $157

early childhood development principles and age-appropriate practices. Workshops serve as professional development opportunities for teachers as they observe and learn from our teaching artists.

Programs meet the Foundations to the IN Academic Standards in Music and Language Arts.

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Wee Do Wap: Jazz Music The Naptown Jazz 5 An introductory jazz performance for young children. Students will learn the fundamentals of jazz, with tunes ranging from Duke Ellington to nursery rhymes. Students will sing along with “Old McDonald Had a Band�, which introduces the live sounds of a trumpet, tenor sax, piano, and drum set. 30 minute Performance: $477 Mileage from Lafayette, IN additional

River: A Contemporary Dance Performance Susurrus Performance Group Dancers present this modern dance piece that demonstrates to young children the ways dancers use their bodies and work together to tell a story. Performance combines dance, theater, and original music created from the sounds of water. Surprise ending! 30 minute Performance: $412 Tapping with Goldilocks Tap Team Two Students are introduced to patterns and rhythms as one dancer narrates the story and the other represents each character with different steps and sounds. 30 minute Performance: $336 Availability: April 15-19, 2013

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Tall Tales for Tiny Tots Deborah Asante Folktales, fairy tales, and original stories for young people. Audiences will leave eager to tell their own stories. 30 minute Performance: $353

Learning Syllables through Drumming Lawrence Clark III Students will experiment with words, syllables, and articulation and create their own patterns of sounds. Students will learn about rhythm, patterns, sing songs, and rhymes. 105 minute Workshop: $153 Songwriting for Early Learners Bobbie Lancaster Students will use rhyme, rhythm, and their imaginations to create an original song. Song themes are based on current classroom curriculum chosen by the teacher. Students collaborate on lyrics and live music makes them come alive. 105 minute Workshop: $200

Hand Building with Clay Meg Olsen Beginning with a children’s literature book for inspiration, students will learn basic hand-building techniques, vocabulary specific to clay, and will make their own clay creation. All projects can be tailored to complement your classroom theme or lesson plan. 105 minute Workshop: $156 Creative Dance Melli Hoppe Seasons, life cycles of plants and animals, feelings, and colors can all be used as inspiration for dance. Beginning with a warm-up that fosters creativity, Melli leads students in free movement exercises and then concludes with a movement activity that addresses classroom themes. 105 minute Workshop: $147 Harp Music & Stories Melissa Gallant Students are introduced to the concert harp and will explore the connections between language and music. Students will learn to identify and respond to contrasting sounds, and will understand that musical concepts bring stories to life by communicating feelings and emotions. 105 minute Workshop: $188

Clogging and Fiddling Tamara Loewenthal & Jamie Gans Accompanied by live fiddle music, students will explore patterns in dance and music via counting, moving, and singing. Students will learn clogging as they dance individually and with the group. 105 minute Workshop: $353 Mileage from Bloomington, IN additional

Music, Movement, & Storytelling Tharp-Perrin Gindhart Artists Storytelling comes to life with creative body poses relating to nature and animals accented by live music. Students will form whole-body movements based on characters of a story and explore various musical instruments to go with their movements. 105 minute Workshop: $235 Storytelling and Music Will Gould & Dave Hepler Storytelling and music open the gate to imagination, intuition, and self-expression and the students will never look at reading and music in the same way again. Students will learn lessons about rhythm, jazz, and improvisation. 30 minute Performance: $541 105 minute workshop: $253


Music Using songs, themes, and styles to reach learning objectives in the classroom.


Performances

Percussion Around the World Art Reiner & Spectrum Percussion Musicians will take students around the world with percussive music from countries such as Africa, Switzerland and Russia. A perfect celebration after students have participated in the companion workshop, “Primary Drummers.” Performance meets standards for Music and World History. Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $395, Double: $495

Music

How America Learned to Swing Buselli-Wallarab Jazz Orchestra Ten to twelve jazz musicians will introduce the audience to swing from the 1930’s and 40’s. Includes a music and dance performance, demonstrations, audience participation, and discussion. Through this presentation, students will be introduced to the Swing Era, jazz improvisation, and swing dancing. Performance meets standards in Music and U.S. History. Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $1,100, Double: $1,571

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What is Jazz? A Jazz Clinic With Buselli-Wallarab Buselli-Wallarab Jazz Orchestra Three horn and three rhythm players will engage your students with singable, dance-able music, from its New Orleans roots to its extensive Indiana connections. Students will become familiar with different styles of jazz music, the instruments on stage, and the concept of improvisation. Performance meets standards in U.S. History and Music. Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12 Double: $1,093

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A Recipe for Jazz Cathy Morris Students will be introduced to jazz, funk, blues, Latin, and Cajun styles of music played on electric violins, keyboards, percussion, electric bass, and drums. This program includes exciting student interaction and audience participation. Performance meets standards in Music and U.S. History. Grades: 2-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $588, Double: $771

Jazz on Strings Cathy Morris Your students will learn about the role of strings in jazz, as performed on acoustic and electric string instruments. Students will enjoy an array of jazz styles including ragtime, blues, swing, big band, Latin, and fusion. Performance meets standards in Music and U.S. History. Grades: 2-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $423, Double: $579 Latin Jazz Cathy Morris Rhumbas, mambos, bossa novas, and the sambas of Brazil, Cuba, Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic give students an introduction to Latin jazz. They will learn about the instruments, cultures, and regions where Latin jazz originated. Performance meets standards in Music and World History. Grades: 2-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $588, Double: $771 Music from Around the World Cathy Morris Students will become familiar with the string family of instruments, and will listen to the rhythms and melodies of Spain, Germany, Scotland, Mexico, Argentina, Russia, and Japan. Performance meets standards in Music and World History. Grades: 2-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $423, Double: $579 The Roots of Bluegrass Circle City Bluegrass Band The soul of blues and the rhythm of rock and roll bring alive this demonstration of American bluegrass music. A four piece band will lead students back to the multi-cultural roots of bluegrass music, which started as a combination of blues, gospel, and folk dance music. Performance meets standards in Music and U.S. History. Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $531, Double: $735 Improvisation: Creativity on the Spot Dave Hepler In a demonstration of selections from some of the great musicians in jazz piano history, students will gain understanding of the improvisation process and how it relates to the creation of impromptu jazz music. A companion workshop can support this performance. Performance meets standards in Music. Grades: 3-5, 6-8 Single: $270, Double: $540

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Jazz: Voice and Piano Everett Greene and Marvin Chandler Local jazz greats bring the class and history of jazz to your students. Baritone Everett Greene and pianist Marvin Chandler perform a selection of classic jazz tunes. Performance meets standards in Music. Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $295, Double: $559 Ongaku: Japanese Music Garret Uyeno Dressed in the traditional Japanese kimono, Garret plays and explains the koto and sangen, two Japanese string instruments. Demonstrating both classical and contemporary music, this participatory performance also includes information about Japanese customs and language. Performance meets standards in Music and World History. Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $212, Double: $424 The Storyteller's Drum Griot Drum Ensemble In this blend of African Diaspora music and storytelling, students will become active participants. Students will learn call and response, different ethnic musical styles and their origins, and will enjoy classic African folktales. Authentic African instruments are used. Performance meets standards in Music and World History. Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $536, Double: $854 Violin Performance & Discussion International Violin Competition of Indianapolis The International Violin Competition of Indianapolis has become acclaimed in the music world. Top participants in the competition, known as laureates, are available to give a mini-performance and discussion about music, careers as concert artists and cultural issues, as most are from around the world. Performance meets standards in Music. Grades: 3-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $118, Double: $188 Audience limit of 100


Performances Jazz: The Art of Relationship Lawrence Clark & The Old School Trio Students will experience the sounds of Jazz music from its roots on Indiana Avenue in the 1950’s and 60’s and the musicians who made it famous. The jazz tradition is so much an oral tradition that is passed down from elders to the next generation that Lawrence Clark refers to jazz as, “the art of relationship.” Performance meets standards in Music and U.S. History. Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $459, Double: $641

Family Ties, Early Indiana Style May Apple Folk music, toys, and costumes help create this experience of a day in the life of early Indiana settlers. Performance meets standards in Music and U.S. History. Grades: K-5 Single: $329, Double: $564 Irish Music: Come to the Ceilidh May Apple A ceilidh (kay-lee) is an Irish party. This performance celebrates both the familiar and lesser known music and culture of Ireland. Students will sing along with Molly Malone, dance the fairy reel, and enjoy other experiences typical of an Irish ceilidh. Performance meets standards in Music and World History. Grades: K-5 Single: $329, Double: $564

Fun with Jazz The Naptown Jazz 5 Teaching improvisation as a means of communication, this program begins with a “jazz rap” that involves the audience. In addition to the Pink Panther and Flintstones themes, and the “Yellow Dog Blues”, students will join in on “It Don’t Mean a Thing if it Ain’t Got That Swing.” Performance meets standards in Music. Grades: K-5, 6 Single: $529, Double: $671 Mileage from Lafayette, IN additional The Jazz State of Indiana The Naptown Jazz 5 Students will be taken back to the “Roaring 20’s” on Indiana Avenue, where ragtime and the blues could be heard. The history lesson continues through 1930-1960 highlighting legends such as Hoagy Carmichael. Contemporary jazz music ends the program. Performance meets standards in Music and U.S. History. Grades: 3-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $529, Double: $671 Mileage from Lafayette, IN additional

Middle Eastern Musical Journey -or- Iraqi Musical Journey Salaam Students will hear music played on traditional Middle Eastern string and percussion instruments. A slide show runs throughout the performance to illustrate geography and to compare and contrast Middle Eastern and American life. Choose from two themes: Music of Iraq or Music from a variety of Middle Eastern countries. Performance meets standards in Music and World History. Grades: 2-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $500, Double: $848 Mileage from Bloomington additional

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Indiana Canal Days May Apple Through folk songs and toe-tapping fiddle tunes, students will travel with characters of Indiana children during the 1840’s canal-building era. Performance meets standards in Music and U.S. History. Grades: K-5 Single: $329, Double: $564

Musical Tour of Latin America Mundo Beat A variety of musical styles teach students the differences between salsa, merengue, cumbia, and cha cha cha and the locations they come from. Students will sing, dance, and play instruments with the band. Performance meets standards in Music and World History. Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $588, Double: $823

Steel Drums: Then and Now Tom Berich A presentation about the rich history of steel drums. Starting with origins related to slavery, students see the evolution from bamboo poles to found objects, and finally to the beautiful instruments we have today. Students participate through call and response and on-stage instrument playing. Audience limit of 150 students. Performance meets standards in Music and World History. Grades: K-5, 6-8 Single: $224, Double: $384, Subsequent: $160 Audience limit of 150 Mileage from Bloomington additional

Harp Music & Stories Melissa Gallant Language arts concepts will come alive as students learn that music is like a story we read. Students will see how sound patterns can be transformed into music, as the artist directs students to listen for specific sounds. Performance meets standards in Music and Language Arts. Grades: 1-5 Single: $259, Double: $447 Audience limit of 150

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Workshops Primary Drummers Art Reiner Students will use recycled buckets, barrels, and hubcaps to make music and unique musical patterns. They will learn basic ensemble skills as well as conducting and improvisation techniques. Workshop meets standards in Music and Math. Grades: K-5, 6-8 Single: $100, Subsequent: $85

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Songwriting for Your Classroom Bobbie Lancaster This 45-60 minute workshop is highly interactive and uses the critical thinking and creative writing skills of your students to compose an original song. Workshop meets standards in Music and Language Arts. Grades: 3-5, 6-12 Day: $400 up to 5 workshops

Theme and Variations on the Violin Cathy Morris A demonstration of musical styles including classical, Celtic, country, bluegrass, and jazz using acoustic and unique electric violins. Students will learn about the cultural and geographic regions represented by the music, and will have a chance to try playing a violin. Workshop meets standards in Music. Grades: 4-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $136, Subsequent: $112 Improvisation: Creativity on the Spot Dave Hepler Students will listen and analyze live piano pieces, and will respond to the music through creative writing. In multiple workshops, the students will write a song. Workshop meets standards in Music and Language Arts. Grades: 3-5, 6-8 Single: $100

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Drum Dialogues Lawrence Clark, III Students will learn the rudiments of jazz drumming technique, progressing from a verbal rhythm to body rhythm to instrumental music. Workshop compliments the “Jazz: The Art of Relationship� performance, and if scheduled together, students can participate in the performance. Workshop meets standards in Music. Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $100, Subsequent: $85


Storytelling Deliver, create, imagine. Storytelling builds skills in oral presentation and literacy.


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Tell Your Own Story Bob Sander Students will hear engaging family and personal stories meant to inspire students to research and collect their own stories. This performance is a companion to the workshop “Tell Your Story.” Performance meets standards in Theater. Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $424, Double: $542

Asante Tales Deborah Asante Beginning with original stories, and ending with improvised stories and games, students will leave this performance knowing the importance of telling their own stories. Performance meets standards in Theater. Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $412, Double: $648

When Worlds Collide: William Henry Harrison & Tecumseh Bob Sander Students will discover the radically different perspectives of Native Peoples and pioneer settlers who collided in the early years of American history. The cultures of William Henry Harrison and Tecumseh are displayed through folklore, games, and music. A study guide is available. Performance meets standards in Theater and U.S. History. Grades: 4-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $424, Double: $718

Once Upon a Time in Africa Deborah Asante Choose from five versions of African folktales: West African, East African, North African, South African, and the Continent. Performance meets standards in World History and Theater. Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $412, Double: $648

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World Folktales Bob Sander Students will be engaged in an interactive program of folktales from around the world. Guitar music is woven into these attention-capturing tales. Bob can tailor the stories to the countries your students are studying. Performance meets standards in World History and Theater. Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $424, Double: $542 Stories from the Underground Railroad Bob Sander & Deborah Asante In this dramatic storytelling event, the perils of the enslaved people’s escape to freedom are shared as the characters travel along the informal route known as the Underground Railroad. Songs, rhythms and the story of the lives of two children bring these tales to life. Performance meets standards in U.S. History and Theater. Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $718, Double: $1,070

Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $412, Double: $648

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Tapestry Bob Sander & Deborah Asante Students will experience two stories told in tandem, with tales full of conflict and differences, healing, and growth. These issues become different colored threads in the tapestry of this interwoven story. Performance meets standards in Theater. Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $718, Double: $1,070

Rolling Down the Avenue Deborah Asante Using the recorded music of Indiana jazz musician Alonzo “Pookie” Johnson as a backdrop, students will hear the story of a child coming of age in Indianapolis in the 1940’s. The tale examines what it must have been like to grow up on Indiana Avenue in Lockfield Gardens during the first jazz heyday in Indianapolis. Performance meets standards in U.S. History and Theater. Grades: 4-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $412, Double: $648 This Little Light of Mine: Civil Rights Through the Eyes of a Child Deborah Asante Listeners will experience the story of the Children’s Crusade of 1963 through the eyes of one of the children who marched. Students will learn more about this dramatic event from the U.S. Civil Rights Movement. Grades: 4-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $412, Double: $648 Asia Fantasia: Storytelling, Music, and a Whole Lot of Fun Eth-Noh-Tec Stories from many Asian cultures such as Vietnam, India, Japan, and the Philippines are told through a host of memorable characters. Plenty of audience participation keeps the audiences fully engaged. Performance meets standards in Theater and World History. Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $459, Double: $688 Availability: Mar. 11-15, 2013

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Fairy Tale Stories Lou Ann Homan These fairy tales will take students from the green hills of Ireland to the dark German forests. The program ends with a mini “fairy tale theater” as students and teachers take the stage. Performance meets standards in Theater. Grades: 6-8, 9-12 Single: $212, Double: $424 Mileage from Angola, IN additional Gene Stratton Porter...Writer, Naturalist, Photographer Lou Ann Homan Indiana Author Gene Stratton Porter was an environmentalist, photographer, watercolorist, and author of The Girl of Limberlost. Students have a lot to learn from these stories about her life and creativity. Performance meets standards in Theater and U.S. History. Grades: 6-8, 9-12 Single: $212, Double: $424 Mileage from Angola, IN additional Gypsy Stories Lou Ann Homan These stories take students along on a gypsy caravan including stories from Europe and the Middle East. This exciting performance weaves myths, stories, and folklore as colorfully and skillfully as the fibers in a carpet. Performance meets standards in Theater. Grades: K-5. 6 Single: $212, Double: $424 Mileage from Angola, IN additional The Four Directions: Native American Stories Robin Pease In this performance, students will Meet Hegeota a ‘real Indian’. They will learn some Mohawk language, sing a chant, and participate in a story as they explore the four directions of the compass rose and discover character education and some of the practices of the Native American People. Performance meets standards in Theater and U.S. History. Grades: K-5, 6 Single: $459, Double $688 Availability: Nov. 28 - 30, 2012 SLAM! Slam Poetry Performance Tasha Jones Students are introduced to slam poetry as an art form and will learn that spoken word poetry is relevant to today’s culture. Original poetry is performed as well as the work of noted artists such as Langston Hughes, Mari Evans, Countee Cullins, and others. Performance meets standards in Language Arts. Grades: 6-8, 9-12 Single: $295, Double: $542


Workshops

Tell Your Own Story Bob Sander After learning about the elements of story, students will practice telling their personal and family stories with a partner. A companion workshop to the performance “Life is a Story”. Workshop meets standards in Theater and Language Arts. Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $88

Jazz on the Fly Bonnie Maurer Grades K-3 will listen to the book “The Jazz Fly”, then will create their own class poem using scat and jazz poetry techniques. Grades 4-12 will read jazz poetry by writers such as Langston Hughes, will listen to jazz music, and will compose their own poems. Workshop meets standards in Language Arts. Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $88

What Do Writers Do? Julie Wallman In this workshop students will explore writers’ notebooks, learning how authors get and develop ideas for stories, poems and essays. Students will practice notebook strategies with their own writing projects and learn how to break through “writer’s block.” Grades: 3-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $100 Slam Poetry Workshop Tasha Jones Beginning with hip-hop lyrics, students will understand the distinctions between literary poetry and spoken word poetry, and will participate in a mock slam. Workshop meets standards in Language Arts. Grades: 6-8, 9-12 Single: $118, Subsequent: $112

Storytelling & Writing

Choose Your Own Poetry Workshop Bonnie Maurer Students will create original poems on their own or as a class. You can choose one of these popular topics • Friendship • Odes and Observation • Feelings about yourself • Friendly Letter Format • Nature • Written Portraits • Unlocking Imagination • Poetry Cards & Games Or meet with Bonnie to create a workshop based on your curriculum. Workshop meets standards in Language Arts. Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $88

Circle of Life: Native American Poems Bonnie Maurer Students will draw a “circle of life” full of content from their own lives. They will listen to Native American music and poems, then will compose a poem using their own circles. Workshop meets standards in Language Arts. Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $88

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Teacher Professional Development Need a creative activity for your next staff meeting? Ask us about other programs that can be adapted for adults.

Bringing Math Story Problems to Life Through Puppetry Adzooks Puppets This three-hour teacher workshop offers a step-by-step strategy for using hand puppetry to teach students to understand and visualize math story problems. Participants will learn to use simple ball and glove puppet pantomime skits to increase their ability to turn equations into story problems, transform story problems into equations, and be more likely to achieve accurate solutions. Puppetry makes math fun! *Developed in collaboration with the Kennedy Centers Partners in Education Program at Clowes Memorial Hall of Butler University.

Arts for Learning Lessons This ground-breaking literacy curriculum blends the creativity and discipline of the arts with cutting-edge learning science to raise student achievement in reading and writing. Unit 1: Character Clues in Action! tableau & point of view Unit 2: Graphic Story Adventures graphic novel & visualization

Three-hour workshop: $500 Mileage from Martinsville, IN additional

Lifting Together: Building Strong Writers Through Storytelling Collaborations Bob Sander Good writing is built on strong storytelling skills. Teachers of grades 3-7 learn a collaborative approach that enables their students to be confident writers. By experiencing both the roles of student/storyteller and teacher/facilitator, they gain a new insight on how their students can “lift together” to turn basic story elements into new creations. *Developed in collaboration with the Kennedy Centers Partners in Education Program at Clowes Memorial Hall of Butler University.

Three-hour workshop: $541 Poetry in the Classroom Bonnie Maurer Bonnie Maurer will provide a handson workshop involving her strategies for creating poetry in the classroom. Teachers will participate by exploring their own responses to the exercise examples. Completion of this workshop is recommended before a residency. Two-hour workshop: $165 Making Creative Books Bonnie Stahlecker Bonnie will provide a hands-on workshop on bookmaking in this one or two hour session. This includes information, instructions, and resources for teachers to help students successfully complete book projects. Completion of this workshop is recommended before a residency. Adults only. Limit 35 teachers per session. One-hour workshop: $188 Materials fee: $20 per workshop

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Unit 3: Everyday Heroes collage & synthesizing Unit 4: Planting a Community music & inference Unit 5: Words in Motion poetry, dance, & vocabulary These Units are designed for teachers with little or no arts experience or background. Anyone can learn these dynamic artsintegration techniques! Three-hour workshop, 25 teacher limit, starting at: $529 *National program developed in collaboration by the University of Washington and Young Audiences, Inc.

The Power of Listening: Practical Skills to Resolve Conflict and Facilitate Classroom Discussion Len Mozzi Listening is one of a teacher’s most powerful tools. The art of listening encourages students to speak more clearly and authentically and empowers teachers to connect to their students with understanding and empathy. In this workshop, teachers will explore and practice both active listening and empathetic listening through theater exercises, simulations, and large and small group discussions. Teachers then apply those skills to resolve conflict between students and encourage productive classroom discussions. *Developed in collaboration with the Kennedy Centers Partners in Education Program at Clowes Memorial Hall of Butler University.

Three-hour workshop: $529

Math in Your Feet I & II: Teaching Problem Solving & Geometry Through Rhythm and Movement Malke Rosenfeld Math in Your Feet I: Combining math, dance and rhythm is a powerful way to make math concepts concrete for young kinesthetic learners. Using an educational tool specifically designed for non-mathematical topics, learn how to apply problem solving strategies to the choreographical process, and learn to guide students as they physically experience the concept of variables/symbols while working collaboratively. This process empowers students to use graphs, symbols and maps. This workshop is best taken in a series with Math in Your Feet II addressing Indiana Standards in Dance and Math. Available as the full experience in two Three-hour sessions: $1,058 Or a single Three-hour session: $529 Mileage from Bloomington, IN additional

Learning Earth’s Processes Through Movement Melli Hoppe Teachers of grades 3-6 will learn how to deepen their students’ understanding of the Earth’s processes using simple choreographic principles such as space, time, force, and motion. *Developed in collaboration with the Kennedy Centers Partners in Education Program at Clowes Memorial Hall of Butler University.

Three-hour workshop: $529 Dancing Together: Building Life Skills Through Traditional American Dance Tamara Loewenthal & Jamie Gans Traditional American dances provide an avenue to build a classroom community. These fun and easy to accomplish dance figures also reinforce the processes of patterning and sequential thinking, a crucial foundation for all academic learning. Teachers will learn to prompt these dances and get the tools to teach them. *Developed in collaboration with the Kennedy Centers Partners in Education Program at Clowes Memorial Hall of Butler University.

Three-hour workshop: $506 Mileage from Bloomington, IN additional


Theater Performing skills promote better confidence and self-esteem. Programs that make history and other subjects come to life promote a love of learning.


Performances

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Punch & Judy Present Puppet Theater Adzooks Puppets The classic characters of puppet theater, Punch and Judy, have their roots in the comical characters of the Roman Theater, and have been around for 300 years. In this version of their story, the traditional characters are placed in a modern plot full of intrigue, mischief, and positive, child-friendly problem solving. Performance meets standards for Theater. Grades: K-5, 6-8 Single: $288, Double: $541 Mileage from Martinsville, IN additional

The Circus of Imagination Adzooks Puppets The puppeteers will bring ordinary objects to life to perform in a puppet circus. Twenty students will be involved as volunteers, taking center stage alongside the puppets. Performance meets standards for Theater. Grades: K-5, 6-8 Single: $288, Double: $541 Mileage from Martinsville, IN additional

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Mime's the Word! Beverly Roche Tumbling, movement, and theater come together to give students an introduction to mime theater. Students will learn basic pantomime techniques of non-verbal storytelling such as building walls and climbing ladders. The performer will incorporate ideas from the audience as she improvises a story. Performance is a companion to the workshop “Mime is the Word”. Performance meets standards in Theater. Grades: K-3, 4-5, 6-8 Single: $206, Double: $324 Gems: The World's Wisdom Stories Doug Berky These wisdom stories from around the world tell of hope, peaceful living, freedom and justice. Through mime, mask, and movement theater students will be introduced to literature from cultures including Greece, India, and the Native American tradition. Performance meets standards in Theater and World History. Grades: K-5, 6-7 Single: $500, Double: $900

No Show Doug Berky A variety of theater and circus forms are displayed as an unwitting character finds himself on stage when the performer doesn’t show up. Doug is transformed into many characters as he explores a variety of props and masks. Performance meets standards in Theater. Grades: K-5 Single: $500, Double: $900 Mileage from Anderson, IN additional

Storytellers Freetown Village This one-character program brings history to life for students. The characters all lived during the 1870’s and show students what life during that time entailed. Choose from one of the following popular characters: -Isaiah Cuffee, Barber -Mother Endura, Root Woman -Guinea “Blue” Farnsworth, Vegetable man. Meets standards in U.S. History and Theater. Grades: K-5 Single: $176, Audience limit of 100 “Almost, Mr. Edison, Almost” Hank Fincken Students will be transported to the 50th anniversary of the incandescent light bulb, meeting Thomas Edison in an interactive performance. Students will find out why Edison celebrates his failures as much as his 1,093 patents. Performance meets standards in U.S. History. Grades: 1-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $353, Double: $648 Christopher Columbus Hank Fincken Columbus sailed west in 1492 with faulty information. Today his journey is both celebrated and condemned. What makes him so controversial? This is a performance that will encourage your students to ask thoughtful questions. Performance meets standards in U.S. History. Grades: 3-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $353, Double: $648

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Johnny Appleseed Hank Fincken You know the myth, but you may not know how important he was to the pioneers moving west. This is storytelling in theater form, blending man and legend into one. Presentation varies depending on the age of students. Performance meets standards in U.S. History. Grades: K-5, 6 Single: $353, Double: $648

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Paul Robeson: A Man Who Overcame Adversity Jonathan Thompson As an athlete, singer, lawyer, and actor, Paul Robeson broke the color barrier in the United States many times. Students will go back to the year 1957, and will participate in the performance. Performance meets standards in Theater and U.S. History. Grades: 4-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $324, Double: $588 Sam Jonas: An Underground Railroad Experience Jonathan Thompson Through the portrayal of this character, Sam Jonas, students will learn more about the era of slavery in the U.S., its roots in Africa, life on the plantation, and the escape to freedom on the Underground Railroad. Performance meets standards in Theater and U.S. History. Grades: 4-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $324, Double: $588 John Henry: Steel Driving Man Khabir Shareef Students will befriend the character of John Henry as they learn about those who laid track for the C&O Railroad. Performance meets standards for Theater and U.S. History. Grades: 1-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $282, Double: $436 Audience limit of 150 Major Martin Delany: African American Civil War Officer Khabir Shareef Delany was a freeborn in S. Carolina. Because the law prohibited formal education, Delany was self-taught and went on to be a teacher, newspaper publisher, medical doctor, and U.S. military commander. Delany will retell his story during this live fact-based presentation reinforced with audience participation. Performance meets standards for Theater and U.S. History. Grades: 4-8, 9-12 Single: $324, Double: $488


Performances

Prince Among Slaves Khabir Shareef Students will meet Abdul Rahman Ibrahima, a West African Muslim prince and military commander. Rahman was captured by his enemies, sold to slave traders, endured the Middle Passage, and eventually taken to a plantation near Natchez, Mississippi. After 40 years of enslavement, he was freed by order of President John Quincy Adams and continued on to strengthen the abolitionist movement. Performance meets standards in Theater and U.S. History. Grades: 4-8, 9-12 Single: $375, Double: $625 Kids Will Be Kids...Not Bullies! Picture This Players Students will explore their own experiences, attitudes, and prejudices about school bullying in a way that is comfortable yet insightful. This program raises awareness about the roles that the bully, victim, and the witness play in these situations. Both students and teachers will come away with new tools for dealing with bullying. Performance meets standards in Theater. Grades: K-3, 4-5, 6-8 Single: $529, Double: $952

I, Nat Love: The Story of Deadwood Dick Rochel Garner Coleman III A one-man show about the journeys of black cowboy Nat Love, a.k.a. Deadwood Dick, based on his autobiography. Students will learn about Deadwood Dick’s personal pursuit for freedom, and will have many opportunities to ask him questions. Performance meets standards in Theater and U.S. History. Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $417, Double: $834 Availability: October 1-5, 2012 Tuskegee Airmen of WWII Rochel Garner Coleman III Students will learn the history of the Tuskegee Airmen during World War II through the character, Captain Charles H. Debrow. Students will hear stories based on research and oral histories gathered from living airmen. Performance meets standards in U.S. History and Theater. Grades: 6-12 Single: $417, Double: $834 Availability: October 1-5, 2012

Masks, Mime, and Imagination Reed Steele Students will be introduced to the art of mime and the potential of expression and imagination. Mime, sign language, and audience participation combined with humor make this a memorable event. Performance meets standards in Theater. Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $282, Double: $518 Availability: Oct. 8 - 12, 2012

Seuss and Other Nonsense Stories Will Gould The works of three children’s authors are brought to life in this presentation of theatrical readings. Students will be introduced to the idea of nonsense poetry, and will enjoy the simple pleasure of silliness. Performance meets standards in Theater and Language Arts. Grades: K-3 Single: $270, Double: $540

Indiana Mime: Raiders of the Lost Art

The Spirit of James Whitcomb Riley Will Gould Indiana’s own poet is celebrated in this character performance. Through Riley’s verses, students will meet some of the major influences on his imagination such as The Raggedy Man, ‘Lisabeth Ann, Li’l Orphan Annie, and the Goblins. Performance meets standards in Theater and Language Arts. Grades: K-5, 6-8 Single: $270, Double: $540

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Reed Steele Through mime, sign language, music, and audience participation, students will learn how Indiana has played a big role in shaping American history, culture and events through famous astronauts, comedians, jazz, sports, and more. Performance meets standards in Theater and U.S. History. Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $282, Double: $518 Availability: Oct. 8 - 12, 2012

Tragedy, Trains, Truth, and Tales Virginia Wesley and Annamaria Crider Harriet Tubman recounts her experience with the Underground Railroad to Sophia. Sophia sings spiritual “code songs” used by the slaves. Together, these two characters illustrate the customs and music of slavery. At the end, they invite the students to ask questions of their characters. Performance meets standards for Theater, Music, and U.S. History. Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $400, Double: $752

These Stories Go Beyond Any Test Will Gould Through theatrical readings, students explore life-long learning themes such as accepting each other’s differences, working as a team, and facing our fears. Choose from children’s literature selections that will compliment your students’ needs. Performance meets standards in Theater and Language Arts. Grades: K-3 Single: $270, Double: $540

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Workshops

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Anything Can Be a Puppet Adzooks Puppets Students will tap into their imagination and creativity and begin an exploration of the world of puppetry as they create and animate a found object puppet. Also available as an extended one hour workshop for the same fee. Workshop meets standards in Theater, Visual Arts and Language Arts. Grades: K-5 Single: $141, Subsequent: $139 Materials: $25 per classroom Mileage from Martinsville, IN additional

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Mime's the Word! Beverly Roche Beginning with isolation exercises, students will learn basic pantomime techniques of non-verbal storytelling such as building walls and climbing ladders. Workshop meets standards in Theater. Grades: K-3, 4-5, 6-8 Single: $71

Theater Techniques: Life Skills Jonathan Thompson Theater skills such as voice and diction, public speaking, improvisation, pantomime, and scene development are presented as life skills, helping to build self-esteem and confidence. Workshop meets standards in Theater. Grades: K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $99 What Do I Do With a Bully? Picture This Players This highly interactive workshop gives students a real-life look at what to do with bullies in school. Two actors will teach theater techniques as students learn what to do and say when tension and conflict arise during bullying behaviors. Workshop meets standards in Theater. Grades: 5-8 Single: $176


Visual Art Visual Art empowers students to create, build and innovate, enhancing communication and critical thinking skills.


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Making Creative Books Bonnie Stahlecker Students will learn the techniques of bookbinding in a fun and easy-todo way. Each workshop is custom designed around any subject matter you wish. Younger students’ books include clever folds and secret hiding places. Older students can make artist’s books, exploring unique structures. Workshop meets standards in Visual Art. Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12 Day: $453 up to 5 workshops Materials: $10 per classroom

House ceremony with First Lady Laura Bush presenting the prestigious Coming Up Taller Award from the President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities.

Shodo Japanese Calligraphy Garret Uyeno After a brief demonstration about Shodo calligraphy, students will have the opportunity to use a brush and practice writing traditional Japanese characters. Workshop meets standards in Visual Art and World History. Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $76 Materials: $6 per classroom Sumi-e Japanese Brush Painting Garret Uyeno Students will learn the art of Sumi-e brush painting by practicing one of the “four gentlemen,” the Bamboo. Students will produce a frame-able painting on rice paper. Available as a four-day residency in which students will complete all four gentlemen. Workshop meets standards in Visual Art and World History. Grades: 3-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $82 sixty minute workshop Materials: $20 per classroom

Visual Art

Street Art: Respect through Art Holly Combs Students will gain understanding about the history, techniques, and styles of art displayed in public spaces. After a discussion about respect and the three principals separating street art from vandalism, students will create their own “tag.” Workshop meets standards in Visual Art. Grades: 3-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $95, Day: $410 up to 5 workshops Materials: $25 per classroom

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Imaginative Mexican Clay Masks Jude Odell Whether focused on the maskmaking traditions of Ocumichu, Mexico, or inspired by the traditions of another culture, students will become familiar with the basic properties of clay as well as learn hand-building techniques while creating individual masks. Teachers are responsible for firing. Students can paint fired masks with acrylics, or you can schedule the follow-up glazing workshop. Workshop meets standards in Visual Art and World History. Grades: 1-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $141, Day: $412 up to 4 seventy-five minute workshops Materials: $28 per classroom Picture Relief Clay Tiles Jude Odell Students use hand-building techniques to form raised images on their own tiles. Fired tiles can be mounted together on a school wall to make a full wall mural with a theme you choose: undersea world, cultural masks, ideas from story books, or whatever you wish. Teachers are responsible for firing. Workshop meets standards in Visual Art. Grades: 1-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $141, Day: $412 up to 4 seventy-five minute workshops Materials: $22 per classroom Color at 2000 Degrees Jude Odell Students will add colorful designs to their clay pieces as they learn the basics of what occurs when clay is fired in the kiln. Note: Clay pieces must dry at least four days before glazing. Teachers are responsible for firing. Workshop meets standards in Visual Art. Grades: 1-5, 6-8, 9-12 Day: $412 up to 5 sixty minute workshops Materials: $20 per classroom

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Advanced Papermaking Laura Friesen With multiple days students can explore papermaking beyond the basics. Advanced papermaking can include a variety of colors in papermaking, exotic styles, and various designs. Workshop meets standards in Visual Art and Science. Grades: 3-6 Single: $88, Day: $464 up to 6 sixty minute workshops Materials: $30 per classroom Papermaking: The Paper-Plant Connection, Exploring Life Science Laura Friesen Within a single workshop, each students will make their own sheet of paper, while learning basic biology and Visual Art concepts. Choose a focus for your workshop: recycling paper or making paper from plants. Materials are prepared in advance and drying is done in the classroom. Most effective as a 60 minute workshop. Workshop meets standards in Visual Art and Science. Grades: 3-6 Single: $88, Day: $464 up to 6 sixty minute workshops Materials: $20 per classroom Clay Workshop Meg Olsen Beginning with a children’s literature book for inspiration, students will learn basic hand-building techniques, vocabulary specific to clay, and will make their own clay creation. All projects can be tailored to complement your classroom theme or lesson plan. Workshop meets standards in Visual Art. Teaching artist will provide kiln firing for clay projects. Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $100, Day: $441 up to 5 workshops Materials: $30 per classroom


Workshops

Indiana History: Silkscreen a T-shirt Red Rohall This program is especially tailored to 4th Grade students to complement their Indiana history curriculum. Students will learn about Silkscreen Printing methods and techniques and design their own artwork based on themes such as the state bird or flower, Indiana geography, or historical events. School or students must provide the T-shirts. Workshop meets standards in Visual Arts and U.S. History. Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12 Day: $470 up to 5 sixty-minute workshops Materials: $20 per classroom Availability: Oct 30 - Nov 9, 2012 and Feb 1 - 8, 2013 Silkscreen Printing T-Shirts Red Rohall Students will learn the methods and vocabulary of silkscreen printing. Choose the popular themes “Telling the Story” with images from a chosen book or choose your own theme to fit your curriculum. Each student will create a silkscreen printed multicolor T-shirt. School or students must provide the T-shirts. Workshop meets standards in Visual Arts, Language Arts, or U.S. History. Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12 Day: $470 up to 5 sixty-minute workshops Materials: $20 per classroom Availability: Oct 30 - Nov 9, 2012 and Feb 1 - 8, 2013

Mileage from New Castle, IN additional

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Tree of Dreams: Designing Fabric Leaves Sofiya Inger Students explore the visual language of color and symbols. They will communicate who they are by designing an image on a fabric leaf. In the 3-5 day residency, the leaves can be made into a collaborative wall hanging. Workshop meets standards in Visual Arts. Grades: 2-5, 6-8 Single: $82 Materials: $25 per classroom Printed and Dyed Fabrics Stephanie Robertson Stamping, tying, folding, and printing are just some of the ways your students will work with color and fabric in this workshop. In the process of learning fabric techniques, students will discuss ways different cultures have created or refined fabric dying methods. Meet with the artist to connect her workshop with your curriculum. Choose from: wax batik, shibori (tie-dye), crayon, direct painting, and stamping. Workshop meets standards in Visual Arts. Grades: 3-5, 6-8, 9-12 Day: $412 up to 4 workshops Materials: $35 per classroom

Animal Herd: Create a Menagerie with Clay Sculpture Tim Ryan Students will learn the basic elements of clay work: pinch pot, slab, coil, slip and score. Students will design their own creatures, real or imagined. Themes include elephants, dinosaurs, or anything that connects with your curriculum. Workshop meets standards in Visual Arts. Teachers are responsible for firing sculptures. Grades: 1-5, 6-8, 9-12 Half-day: $353 up to 3 workshops Day: $588 up to 5 workshops Materials: $20 per classroom

Explorations in Photography William Rasdell Students will learn the elements and principals of design as they study the photographer’s work and other gathered photos. Choose from two themes in the artist’s work: “South Africa and Migration” or “Daily Life in Cuba.” Other topics are available upon request. Cameras can be provided for student use during the workshop. Workshop meets standards in Visual Arts and World History. Grades: 6-8, 9-12 Single: $100 Materials: $25 per classroom (if artist supplies students with cameras)

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Gifts of the Canebakes: Native American River Cane Basketry Tradition Robin McBride Scott Students will learn about the Native American traditions of harvesting and dying river cane (once plentiful in Indiana.) Each student will create a woven mat using traditional patterns. Most effective as a 60 or 90 minute workshop. Meets standards in Visual Arts and U.S. History. Grades: K-5, 6-8 Single: $141 (minimum of 2 workshops per day) Day: $471 up to 5 workshops Materials: $35 per classroom

Gifts from the Earth: Native American Effigy Pottery Robin McBride Scott Each student will create a piece of North American Mississippi-style pottery called an effigy vessel (the form of a human or animal). Students will learn about the history and culture of the Mississippi Native Peoples and the clay techniques they used. Most effective as a 60 or 90 minute workshop. Meets standards in Visual Arts and U.S. History. Grades: K-5, 6-8 Single: $141 Day: $471 up to 5 workshops Materials: $28 per classroom

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Residencies

Residencies are workshops with multiple visits to the same classroom over several days.

21st Century Story Creation with Puppetry Adzooks Puppets Students will create puppet muses and explore conflict resolution to empower the design of characters and plots as they imagine producing their own books and movies in the future. Grades: 3-5, 6-8 5-day: $868 Materials: $25 per class

Exploring Literature Through Mask Theater Doug Berky Five visits with a performer. Students select an international folktale, explore the content and characters, and create their own presentation using masks, mime and storytelling. Grades: 4-5, 6-8, 9-12 5-day: $764

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Four Gentleman Sumi-e Painting Garrett Uyeno Four visits with a Japanese artist. Students will learn traditional sumi-e painting by practicing the “Four Gentlemen” brushstroke techniques. Grades: 3-5, 6-8, 9-12 4-day: $387 Materials: $80 per class

Hero Journey: Re-scripting Life Experiences Through Hero Stories Bob Sander Five visits with a storyteller combining students’ personal stories and hero folktales. Emphasis on the elements of stories and partner exercises. Grades: 3-5, 6-8 5-day: $649 Tell it Write Bob Sander Five visits with a storyteller. Students create stories from their own life experiences to complete both a written and spoken presentation. Grades: 3-5, 6-8 5-day: $649

Generally, our residencies start at 3-5 days and can be extended for much longer as needed. Residencies begin with a planning meeting between classroom teacher / site coordinator and teaching artist to set the goals and expectations of the residency and often close with a reflection meeting to discuss the outcomes of the residency.

Prices listed are for one classroom unless otherwise noted.

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Every Picture Tells a Story Bob Sander and Bill Rasdell Multiple visits with both a storyteller and a photographer. Students will take a family photo and learn how to “read it”, turning that photograph into a story. Includes a student performance. Grades: 3-5, 6-8 8-day: $1,364 Creative Books and Beyond Bonnie Stahlecker Multiple visits with a bookmaker will provide opportunities for students to build books complete with illustrations, creative cover designs and text. Subjects will be geared towards science and literature. Grades: 3-5 3-day: $554 Materials: $15 per classroom

Math in Your Feet Malke Rosenfeld Two to five visits with a percussive dancer. Combines math, rhythm and dance in a process where students create their own dance patterns using math concepts. Grades: 3-5 1-Day: $320 up to 4 classrooms Mileage from Bloomington, IN additional

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Choose Your Own - Clay Jude Odell Five visits with a clay artist. Students will either make individual clay pieces or create a collaborative large permanent installation of clay tiles. Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12 5-day: $764 Materials: $25 per classroom The Writers' Retreat Julie Wallman Patterson Multiple visits with an author. Students explore writers’ notebooks, practice strategies that generate stories, poems or personal essays, and complete a draft in one genre. In the extended five day residency, students also tackle the revision process and prepare a public reading for schoolmates, family and friends. Grades: 3-5, 6-8, 9-12 3-day: $1,300 up to 6 classrooms 5-day: $2,300 up to 6 classrooms Materials: $100 per classroom if artist provides materials

Every Day We Write a Dance Dance Kaleidescope Two visits with professional dancers. Students will read a book and learn to create dances based on the book. The second day they will create another dance based on their daily lives. Grades: K-3 2-day: $306

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Illustrating Stories Through Claymation Meg Olsen Three visits with a visual artist. Students will learn the process of claymation, creating their own figures, building a set, photographing each action, and binding their sequence into a flip book. Grades: 4-5, 6-8, 9-12 3-day: $405 Materials: $7 per student Water Dance Melli Hoppe Five visits with a dancer focused on interpreting the water cycle through dance. Using a book of illustrated poems as inspiration, students choreograph their own dances that demonstrate states of matter and portions of the water cycle. Grades: 3-5 5-day: $471 5-day with Susurrus performance: $1,024


Residencies Choose Your Own - Dance Traditions

Tamara Loewenthal and Jamie Gans Multiple visits with a dancer and fiddler. Provides opportunities for confidence building and student collaboration. Choose from a variety of folk dance forms such as clogging, square dance, tap dance, long sword, French Canadian, Irish Set & ceili, and maypole. Includes Community Social family night program (pg 4). Grades: K-5, 6-8 3-day: $2,236 up to 4 classrooms 5-day: $2,799 up to 4 classrooms

International Geographic Tour Tharp-Perrin Gindhart Artists Students will experience an interdisciplinary, multi-media residency about the various cultures, customs, people, and geography of the world. Collaboratively, students will create painted banners of the continents. Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12 *Call for individualized pricing options

Specialized Literature Will Gould Multiple visits with an actor. Students explore a classic work of literature (such as Roald Dahl’s James and the Giant Peach). Students will contemplate possible sequels or prequels, and learn literary elements. Grades: 3-5, 6-7 5-day: $498

Mileage from Bloomington, IN additional

Residency Initiatives The residencies listed below were developed in collaboration with YA program staff and have multiple choices for customizing. Prices vary, call for details.

Notes to Notes In this residency students explore the driving question, “what do poets and jazz musicians have in common?” Through a live jazz performance, five classroom visits with a writer, and a visit with the musician, students will learn that improvisation, phrasing, and tone are just a few of the similarities. This experience encourages a familiarity with jazz music as well as encourages students with writing prompts for poetry. In a suggested culminating event, students read their poetry aloud to another class, or a gathering of their parents. A planning meeting with the artists is recommended.

Welcome to Learning This kindergarten and first grade residency is meant to encourage learning in literacy as well as in an art form. Through works of children’s literature, vocabulary lessons and word walls, as well as hands-on experience with an art form, students use fine and gross motor skills as they discover that learning is fun. Five visits with the artist are 90 minutes long, giving time for large and small group activities. In a suggested culminating event, students present what they have learned to another class, or a gathering of their parents. A planning meeting with the artist is recommended.

Collaboration of the Generations This program brings together children and elders through the natural medium of storytelling. Both groups work with a storyteller, then gather to have the elders tell their stories to the children. Children then work with the storyteller to practice retelling the elders stories. In a suggested culminating event, students tell the elders stories back to the audience. A planning meeting with a YA program director is recommended to begin the program.

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An Arts for Learning fundraising event that helps schools raise money for Arts Programs at their school. Steps to a Successful Run for the Arts (RFA) Fundraiser 1) Assign a staff member or volunteer to coordinate your RFA. 2) Plan your “Run” event at least 1 month in advance and set your fundraising goal. Once you have a date, find creative ways to announce or “kick-off” your fundraiser to the whole school or community. 3) Students collect donations from family and friends, church, and community. 4) Collect donations from running laps, dancing for the arts, creating for the arts, or whatever your planned event may be.

Raise $25 & receive a RFA tshirt!

5) Send your total donations to Arts for Learning. 80% goes towards Arts for Learning programs and 20% to direct program cost.

Arts for Learning supports participants by providing a RFA guide, envelopes, and two free coordinator t-shirts.

Be Heart Smart…Be Art Smart…Schedule Your Run For The Arts today!

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Contact us to get started as early as next semester.

Visit www.yaindy.org/fundraiser.html


Multi Arts Programs that crossover between multiple art forms. Drumming and dance, music and storytelling, visual art and movement, just to name a few.


Performances DID YOU KNOW? The Teaching Artists who lead Arts for Learning programs are all professional artists who have gone through a rigorous audition process

Nursery Rhymes, Jazzed and Seussed Dave Hepler & Will Gould This program is all about this and that, it’s part nursery rhyme and it’s part scat. By this title, we don’t mean to confuse, we just want to rhyme and play nursery rhyme blues! And guess what else this program has? Lots of words and lots of JAZZ! We’re just waiting to come to your school to create pizazz! Performance meets standards in Theater. Grades: K-5 Single: $609, Double: $988

and receive ongoing training on teaching in

The Wild Things of Sendak Dave Hepler & Will Gould Will and Dave lead you on a journey into the works of Maurice Sendak that includes a wacky rendition of Where the Wild Things Are. Performance meets standards in Theater and Language Arts. Grades: K-5 Single: $609, Double: $988

Multi Arts

and through the arts.

Peter & the Wolf, Cartoons, and Jazz Dave Hepler & Will Gould This performance is a jazz adaptation of Prokofiev’s ‘Peter and the Wolf’ using cartoon characters portraying Peter, his friends, and his nemesis, the wolf. In addition, the audience will hear stories from Dr. Seuss and other children’s authors. Performance meets standards in Theater. Grades: K-5 Single: $609, Double: $988

Sneetches, Jazz, and Celebrating Differences Dave Hepler & Will Gould A hilarious presentation reflecting on differences that teach us about ourselves and help us to laugh at being human. Selections include Seuss’s The Sneetches, Abiyo Yo, The Giving Tree, and Fats Waller’s Your Feets Too Big. Performance meets standards in Theater. Grades: 1-3 Single: $609, Double: $988

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Music and Dance Collage Sancocho Lively percussion music, energetic songs, and exciting dances will show students the unique mix of cultures that created the African Diaspora in Latin America. Performance meets standards in Dance, Music, and World History. Grades: K-12 Single: $418, Double: $559 People, Paint, & Percussion Tharp-Perrin Gindhart Artists In this participatory performance, the rhythms of percussive music interact with the visuals of paint and dance as students join artists to create a performance painting. This program can stand alone or as a celebratory culmination to one of the composition workshops by Tharp-Perrin Gindhardt Artists. Performance meets standards in Music. Grades: K-12 Single: $1,224 Materials: $220 per performance


Workshops

Book of Leaves/Book of Mugs Back to Back Bonnies Choose an imaginative way to introduce nature to your students through poetry and a hanging book of leaves. For the winter months, students will create a hanging book of hot chocolate mugs instead of leaves and write odes to the winter season. Workshop meets standards in Visual Art. Grades: 2-5, 6 Single: $176 (includes 2 one-hour workshops) Materials: $10 per classroom Oh Hands, Oh Feet Back to Back Bonnies Just as we address ourselves in our silent conversations, poets often do this out loud. Students will compose odes in which they talk imaginatively about themselves and create a unique book for the poem that includes a fold-up area for a drawing of the child. Workshop meets standards in Visual Art. Grades: K-5, 6 Single: $176 (includes 2 one-hour workshops) Materials: $10 per classroom

Chancleta: Dance and Music Sancocho This Cuban art form is presented with a high level of student interaction. Students will learn the chancleta, a dance created by African slaves popular in the eastern part of Cuba. Students will learn the traditions rhythms as both dancers and drummers. Workshop meets standards in Dance, Music and World History. Grades: 6-8, 9-12 Single: $159 Composition Tharp-Perrin Gindhart Artists With a focus on the interdisciplinary dynamics between music, visual arts, and dance, students will participate as they learn about form, collaboration and critique. Workshop meets standards in Visual Art, Music, and Dance. Grades: 1-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $212

World Rhythms Tharp-Perrin Gindhart Artists An interactive, hands-on percussion workshop that takes students on a musical tour of the world. Workshop meets standards in Music. Grades: 3-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $353, Subsequent: $306 Instrument Making Tony Artis Students will each make a traditional instrument with an authentic sound from common, everyday materials. Choose one: maracas, frame drums, tambourines, pop top shakers, or African thumb pianos. Workshop meets standards in Music, Visual Arts and World History. Grades: 3-5, 6-8, 9-12 Single: $141 Materials: $3 per student

Riddle Me, Riddle You Back to Back Bonnies Riddles, popular in all cultures, stretch your mind and sharpen your wits. The writing can involve figurative language such as imagery, personification, metaphor, or simile. Students will create a book with four or eight revealing flaps. Workshop meets standards in Visual Art and Language Arts. Grades: K-5, 6 Single: $176 (includes 2 one-hour workshops) Materials: $10 per classroom

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Index of Artists Alphabetical Adzooks Puppets - 5, 13, 15, 17, 21

Hoppe, Melli - 3, 4, 5, 13, 21

Spight, Roy - 5

Ali Munger, Faten - 3, 4

Inger, Sofiya - 20

Stahlecker, Bonnie - 13, 19, 21, 26

Artis, Tony - 25, 26

International Violin Competition - 7

Steele, Reed - 16

Asante, Deborah - 5, 11

Jones, Tasha - 11, 12

Susurrus - 3, 5

Asante Touring Company - 5

Lancaster, Bobbie - 5, 9

Tap Team Two - 3, 5

Berich, Tom - 8

Loewenthal, Tamara - 3, 4, 5, 13, 22

Tharp-Perrin, Carol - 5, 22, 25, 26

Berky, Doug - 15, 21

Maurer, Bonnie - 12, 13, 26

Thompson, Jonathan - 15, 17, 21

Buselli-Wallarab Jazz Orchestra - 7

May Apple - 8

Uyeno, Garret - 7, 19, 21

Chandler, Marvin - 7

Morris, Cathy - 7, 9

Wallman Patterson, Julie - 12, 21

Circle City Bluegrass Band - 7

Mozzi, Len - 13

Wesley, Virginia - 16

Clark III, Lawrence - 5, 8, 9

Mundo Beat - 8

Whistler, Shawn - 4

Coleman, Rochel Garner - 16

Naptown Jazz 5 - 5, 8

Young-Cutsinger, Laurie - 4

Combs, Holly - 19

Odell, Jude - 19, 21

Crider, Annamaria - 16

Olsen, Meg - 5, 19, 21

Dance Kaleidoscope - 3

Pease, Robin - 11

Dixon, Keesha - 5

Picture This Players - 16, 17

Eth-Noh-Tec - 11

Rasdell, William - 20, 21

Faught, Margot - 4

Reiner, Art - 7, 9, 24

Fiddle ‘n’ Feet - 3, 4, 5, 13, 22

Robertson, Stephanie - 20

Fincken, Hank - 15

Roche, Beverly - 15, 17

Fort Wayne Dance Collective - 3

Rohall, Red - 20

Freetown Village - 15

Rosa, Iris - 25, 26

Friesen, Laura - 5, 19

Rosenfeld, Malke - 3, 4, 13, 21

Gallant, Melissa- 5, 8, 21

Ryan, Tim- 20

Gans, Jamie - 3, 4, 5, 13, 22

Salaam - 8

Gindhart, Larry - 5, 22, 25, 26

Sancocho - 25, 26

Gould, Will - 5, 16, 22, 25

Sander, Bob - 11, 12, 13, 21

Greene, Everett - 7

Sandoval, Stacie - 8

Griot Drum Ensemble - 7

Scott, Robin McBride - 20

Hepler, Dave - 5, 7, 9, 25

Shareef, Khabir - 15, 16

Homan, Lou Ann - 11

Spectrum Percussion - 7


Staff Contact Information

2012-2013 Board of Directors

Arts for Learning, The Indiana Affiliate of Young Audiences

Board Chair Kathy Sharpe

3921 North Meridian Street, Suite 210 Indianapolis, IN 46208-4011 Voice: 317/925-4043 | Fax: 317/925-0654 Web: www.yaindy.org | E-mail: office@yaindy.org To Schedule an event: scheduling@yaindy.org Angela Yetter, Scheduling Director ayetter@yaindy.org | 317/925-4043, ext. 114 Cassandra Thomas, Arts Programming Sales Manager cthomas@yaindy.org | 317/925-4043, ext. 123 Jiten Patel, Accounting Assistant jpatel@yaindy.org | 317/925-4043, ext. 110 Stephanie Haines, Director of Artist Programs shaines@yaindy.org | 317/925-4043, ext. 113 Kim Nentrup, Director of School Partnerships knentrup@yaindy.org | 317/925-4043, ext. 122 Ploi Pagdalian, Senior Director of Programming ppagdalian@yaindy.org | 317/925-4043, ext. 116 Joli Heavin, Director of Development jheavin@yaindy.org | 317/925-4043, ext. 112 Mallory Doyel, Director of Communications mdoyel@yaindy.org | 317/925-4043, ext. 120 JoEllen Florio Rossebo, President & CEO jrossebo@yaindy.org | 317/925-4043, ext. 115

Vice Chair Jeff Webster Secretary Jim Chesterfield Treasurer Michael Porter Members Jessica Barth Desma Belsaas Ali Blackburn Tami Earnhart Joe Erne Denise Halford Holder Terri Jump Sara Clark Lootens Brent Paddock Charlie Schlegel Joan Schneider Betty Stanford Cheryl Strain Larry Tomlin Julie Tornquist Nikki Woodson

Consultants: Len Mozzi, Professional Development Susan Prenatt, Finance

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Arts for Learning the Indiana Affiliate of Young Audiences empowers children to achieve their creative and intellectual potential through arts in education.


Young Audiences of Indiana

Arts for Learning 3921 North Meridian Street, Suite 210 Indianapolis, IN 46208-4011 p: 317.925.4043 | f: 317.925.0654

www.yaindy.org Arts for Learning The Indiana Affiliate of Young Audiences

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Arts for Learning 2012 Catalog  

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