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In this comprehensive residency with actor / producer Terence Rosemore, students will receive an overview of the vocational opportunities in the Film industry
 

A sixteen-year professional educator, Ms. Davis provides creative educational resources, interactive websites, and guides for teachers to explore. Her workshops use stories, humor, and creative movements to meet specific objectives for participants.
 

The PRC also offers two stand-alone lessons on topics that are all too often neglected in our city’s classrooms: the development of the architecture and neighborhoods of New Orleans. Architecture 101 is an interactive look into the development of the unique and distinct architectural types and styles that can be found across New Orleans.
 

Artist: Todd Shaffer
Locally and nationally recognized visual artist Todd Shaffer shows instructors and artists alike the never-fail foundation for bringing visual arts to their students. Participants will engage in an array of arts activities and projects and leave with an arsenal of ideas for their own lessons.
 

Designed for teachers grades 3-6, this five unit literacy curriculum combines arts-integration techniques with Dr. John Bransford’s research on How People Learn. Each unit uses an art technique to explore literacy concepts through one or more texts igniting the creative process for students.
 

Artist: Mike Artell
Award-winning children's author/illustrator and TV cartoonist shows kids how to create wonderful cartoons that will help them think more visually. Kids draw along as Mike shows them how to draw people, animals, objects, special effects and much more.
 

In addition to being a field trip destination in and of itself, the PRC can also lead your class on a guided field trip of different neighborhoods, including visits to the French Quarter, Holy Cross in the Lower 9th, and the ReUse District, or design a custom trip for your class.
 

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This residency will examine flags from around the world and look at their origins, and meaning.
 

As our flagship program, My City, My Home offers a comprehensive, inter-disciplinary set of lessons designed to give the students the tools that will enable them to become active participants in neighborhood planning, community development, and our city’s broader civic life.
 

Through storytelling and visual arts, GrayHawk explores the culture of the Choctaw Nation.
 

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Developed within the guidelines from the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, this 3 hour workshop led by Karen Konnerth teaches strategies to motivate students within a variety of curriculums through puppetry.
 

Designed for grades K-3, The Littlest House uses Virginia Lee Burton’s classic children’s story of a lonely old house that is nearly overwhelmed by neglect and urbanization.
 

Due to the recent increased arts requirement for kindergarten through eighth grade Louisiana public school students, the Department of Education released a series of model arts lessons in all of the core disciplines to aid teachers in developing quality lessons. Join Roscoe Reddix, Jr, as he illuminates the core arts techniques used in these lessons and guides teachers in taking the next step.
 

Rebecca Frank loves to make literacy connections with popular children's books. Her puppetry workshop incorporates the visual arts, theatre, and fun into any story, theme, holiday, or special event.
 
 



 
   
 
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