SINGLE DAY VISIT

MULTI DAY VISIT

CURRICULUM

​Schools Visited

Maine

Waterville Creates

The New School

Maine Inside Out

Kents Hill

Waynflete School

Mt. Blue High School

 

New Jersey

Hudson School

 

Pennsylvania

Haverford School

Agnes Irwin

Devon Prep

Westtown School

Abington Friends School

Philadelphia Yearly Meeting

New York

Riverdale Country School

 

Massachusetts

Pope John XXIII High School

Pingree School

Meadowbrook School

Fenn School

New Hampshire

Holderness School

Proctor Academy

Vermont

Colchester Middle School

Essex High School

Connecticut

Taft School

The Gunnery

Rhode Island

Lincoln School

City Arts

Thompson Middle School

East Providence High School

Tiverton Middle School

UCAP

SINGLE DAY VISIT

SERVICES PROVIDED

Keynote Presentations

Our highly diverse and experienced teaching artists do keynote presentations and performances on a variety of topics related to racial inequality, segregation, mass incarceration, cultural appropriation, racial identity, gender/sexual identity, and intersectionality. We always tailor our keynote addresses the meet the needs of each educational community. All presentations start with a 5-20 minute interactive arts performance. Presentations are typically 30-90 minutes long.

Workshops with Students

Typically following or preceding a keynote presentation, our teaching artists lead multidisciplinary workshops on a variety of topics related to inequality and identity. All workshops include an arts section in Hip Hop/African dance, rap, and/or DJing, to build cultural capital with students, as well as engage them in the present moment. Workshops are typically 30-90 minutes long.

Workshops with Teachers

Our teaching artists are highly trained facilitators, and we often do mixed workshops with both students and teachers, as well as workshops and facilitated conversations solely with teachers. These are often about classroom racial dynamics and school culture, as well as gender/sexual identity and how to create safe and inclusive educational spaces.

 
 

​Schools We've  Partnered With

Maine

Waynflete School

 

Rhode Island

Central High School

The Met

Nowell Academy (Providence)

Nowell Academy (Central Falls)

Nathanael Greene Middle School

Paul Cuffee High School

Calcutt Middle School

E-Cubed Academy

Alvarez High School

Newcomers Academy

A Venture Academy

MULTI DAY VISIT

SERVICES PROVIDED

We build long term relationships with schools, doing multiple keynote presentations and workshops over a period of weeks or months, to introduce a variety of topics to school communities, and dive deeply into content with repeated classroom visits.
 

Cumulative Presentations

Over the course of many visits to a single school, our teaching artists do multiple keynote presentations, introducing a new topic each presentation in a cumulative manner that builds off of previously introduced content. All cumulative presentation plans are created in conjunction with each school to meet their educational and cultural needs   


Classroom Visits

At each school we build a long term partnership with, we work with specific classrooms chosen by each school community, to dig deeply into specific topics relating to inequality and identity. These visits culminate in long term projects and/or curriculum development with classrooms and teachers.


Workshops with Teachers

We do repeated workshops, trainings, and/or facilitated workshops with teachers on culturally responsive teaching, classroom racial dynamics, gender/sexual identity, and curricular development. These can with teachers alone, or in combination with students or administrators.
 

 

CURRICULUM

SERVICES PROVIDED

Curriculum Assessment

We do single or multi subject assessments and consulting with administrations, school districts, teachers, and students, to ensure that curriculum is culturally relevant and responsive to student needs and interests.


Video Curriculum

We’re in the process of building a long term digital library of relevant video curriculum on a wide variety of topics related to inequality, identity, and history. Videos are designed with and for students, for use in classrooms. These videos are often created as part of our long term partnerships with individual schools or organizations, and can be about generalized topics, or highly specific topics related to particular communities.
 

​Organizations We've  Worked With

New Urban Arts

Providence Public School District

Providence Student Union

First Works Dance Company

The Funk Underground

 

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Video library made possible by funding from the Providence Public School Department, RICH, RISCA, and the Providence Mayor's Office

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