Multiple program themes covering various historical periods. General theme: A Quest through the library for a Missing Artifact
Ancient Egypt Art and Culture
DAY IN CLAY — In your classroom or virtual
Hand-building & Assembly Programs
• Potter’s Wheel / Multicultural demonstration/ fundraisers
• Vessel making – Greek, Native American, African….
• Masks – explore multicultural, patterns, imagery, and symbols
• Tile making – murals, architectural installations, legacy tiles
Customized to work within your curriculum
Diversity of Dance (Academic Entertainment) — Virtual and in-person performance, virtual dance classes
Dance, Diversity in Dance, World Cultures, Hip hop, globalization, cultural exchange
Tales from a Bicycle Seat w/ George Maurer (Academic Entertainment) In-person and Virtual/Online Assembly – Geography, World Cultures, Climate Change, Character, Growth Mindset
Multi-media storytelling. Cultural exploration, diversity, cultural exchange, character education, growth mindset, geography.
US History, Bill of Rights, Constitution, Statue of Liberty, Separation of Powers, Comedy, Magic, Theatre
Multimedia trivia-style game show including Team building activities and pop culture audio video
Music Composition and Performance
Mushrooms, Mycology, Practical Science in Real World Applications
Elementary Music, Bilingual, Spanish and English, Musical Performance, Virtual Music Assembly
Civil Rights Documentary Film, Transgender Education, Filmmaker Q&A
Ben Franklin leads you through key events in history. We still believe in the power of the arts to educate. What better way to learn history than from someone who lived it?