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Make a Dance at Home with Angelica

Hello! My name is Angelica Bell and I am a dance educator/teaching artist. I am the Artistic Director of a non-profit dance studio in Southeast Ohio called Factory Street Studio, and an Art Possible Ohio teacher at the Carleton School! I want to “pull back the curtain” and share the ways I have adapted my…

Miss Jacquie’s All Abilities Dance Class Lesson 2

Jacquie Sochacki-Pittman is a teaching artist at New Albany schools. She is a dance researcher, choreographer and educator currently pursuing her Master of Fine Arts in Dance Studies at The Ohio State University. She has created online lessons to keep her students moving. Click here to visit Jacquie’s website. This 20 minute dance class includes a…

Kelsey is Painting with Food

Kelsey Griest is a teaching artist working at the Ewing School in Marietta, Ohio. This lesson is easy to do with materials around the house and has the potential to keep students (and grown-ups) busy for hours. Hi everybody! I want to start by saying how much I miss seeing every student in class on Fridays….

Make a Shaker with Krate

Krate Digga is a teaching artist at Parkmoor Elementary. This year he worked with kindergarten students. This is a DIY/crafts project that requires minimal supplies. Hopefully things that can all be found already at home.

Making Friends, Protesting Racism with Joanie

At Red Oak Community School, the Egrets, grade 3 – 5, were learning the History of Protest Music.  When most people think of protest songs, they usually think of songs that say “no” and highlight areas of human interaction that are not positive. I believe that sometimes the best protest songs are actually songs that…

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