From the Woodsongs promotional e-mail...
You are invited to a very special half-day seminar to explore how to help students learn a true appreciation for the arts and how it positively affects their lives, families, friends and community for FREE. We will have plenty of inspiration, music, refreshments and fun.
WHEN: Saturday April 25 1PM - 4:30PM
WHERE: The Duthie Theater in the Anne Hart Raymond Building on the campus of beautiful Midway College in Midway, KY (20 minutes from Lexington).
WHY: We live among the first generation in human history that explores most of their art and music as a flat screen, two dimension event. The loss of organic, honest, front porch, three-dimensional art and music affects how students live, learn, feel, grow and interact with their community, fellow students, family ... and their future. We want to help caring teachers, parents and home school families change that.
WHO: any teacher, parent or home school family
WHAT: You will enjoy performances by several youngsters. Lecturers will include Dr. Ron Pen (University of Kentucky), Raymond McLain Director of the Kentucky School of Traditional Music at Morehead State University, Michael Johnathon, Brian Spellman Director of School Services at KET, and many more.
By the end of the day you will see how to bring the "front porch" into classrooms, how to use the WoodSongs Classroom Project for students, how to start an in-school WoodSongs Music Series ... plus a showing of the Walden Play movie to help youngsters learn about Thoreau.
Drinks and refreshments (all free) will be available to our attendees.
Teachers, Home School Families and Parents! RESERVE YOUR FREE TICKETS!
859-255-5700 or email Teachers@woodsongs.com
TO REGISTER: visit the CLASSROOM page at WoodSongs.com, call 859-255-5700 or email Teachers@woodsongs.com
This event is FREE to anyone interested. The 435 tickets are first come, first served. There is no charge and nothing is being sold.
QUESTIONS? Call us 859-255-5700
PRESENTED BY: The members of the WoodSongs Front Porch Association, the Museum of Appalachia and