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Friday, August 4 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Impact and the Arts: Using Protest in Creative Expression

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This interactive workshop is centered on the notion that the arts can be powerful vehicles for issues of justice and for inciting social change. The two presenters will detail the ways in which they approach impact and the arts in a compulsory, integrative arts course at a public high school. In this course, students are required to study protest works and to create their own protest works to be discussed amongst peers and displayed/performed in an appropriate setting. Workshop attendees will gain valuable tools for presenting protest, analyzing protest works with adolescent students, and creating protest works with students of all ages. In addition, attendees will experience the process of creating either an aural or visual protest work to share with others in attendance. The intersection of visual art and music provides a unique collaboration that can be applied to a variety of educational settings. The presenters will close with a discussion of assessment regarding creative work and the potential applications in both the fields of music and visual arts.

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Sarah Gulish

Sarah Gulish holds a Ph.D in music education from Temple University.  For the past 10 years, Sarah has taught secondary level music at Lower Moreland High School in Pennsylvania.  She also serves as Adjunct Professor of Music Education at Buffalo State University and Temple University... Read More →


Friday August 4, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Room 779 - Ed Bldg 7th Floor 35 W 4th St., New York, NY 10012

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