The Cross Currents program was offered to adult ( 18+) performing arts students in June 2017. Thanks to the positive feedback and suggestion of our participants,we've decided to offer MORE Cross Currents explorations: every Wednesday, Jan 3 - April 25, 5:30 -9:00 pm. We can keep skills fresh, develop new ones, and ramp up to the Summer intensive!
Curriculum: Each month will explore an art form:
January: Music February: Dance March: Oratory
April: a mixture of music, dance, drama learned in previous months, to keep up the skills developed.
For an entire month, $75 [$60 for MACC members; $50 for Kaunoa members]
Drop-in, per session: $25. light refreshments included
Building a community is a big component to the Cross Currents experience. Experiencing the arts with old and new friends adds a extra depth. We hope you can join us in the new year ... and please invite friends who would enjoy the experience.
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Please download, fill out and save as a document to your device, and email reg form as an attachment to Aleah @ MauiArts.org
NATIVE ARTIST PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
In partnership with First Peoples Fund, a national non profit focused on developing indigenous artists and arts markets, this workshop will focus on developing imporatant business skills and mindsets.
The free two-day training was held
Saturday-Sunday, January 27-28
Maui Arts & Cultural Center
Jeremy Staab, Program Manager at First Peoples Fund, says: "This training is a great way for artists at any stage in their career to start or expand an arts business, whether it be a newcomer unsure about the pricing of their art or a more experienced artist hoping to grow their customer base,” said “Everything we do is designed to honor and protect traditional and cultural values, while helping Native and Indigenous artists succeed and thrive as business people.”
WORKSHOPS were held in January:
"Public Art: Encouraging Awareness and Appreciation with Students"
with Neida Bangerter Jan 18th
This workshop will introduce teaching artists to works in the Hawai’i State Foundation on Culture and the Arts permanent collection at public schools around the state, and highlight opportunities for a new residency program, Artists in the Schools (AITS). Participants in all arts disciplines are invited to join us and learn approaches to interpretation and techniques of instruction that compliment core subjects, and strengthen your teaching experience. with students.
"Responding to Art through Art, Part 1”
with Jamie Simpson Steele January 19
Teaching artists will engage with artwork, and:
1. Practice engaging, questioning, and facilitating students in
active discussion, using observation, inference, and inquiry.
2. Experience art-making strategies to deepen thinking about
3. Integrate visual thinking with art-making experiences through practice planning.
"Responding to Art through Art, Part 2"
with Jamie Simpson Steele January 26
Teaching artists will share their observations, and discuss potential obstacles, as well as potential solutions. Jamie will lead this culminating workshop, that will enrich your teaching artistry with strategies for responding to art.
For more information please contact Chadwick at 808.243.4234 or email@example.com
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Keeping in mind the long struggle of arts being under-funded across the nation, we have found incredible success when our teaching residencies are focused on arts integration. Arts integration is where teaching artists go into schools and collaborate with classroom teachers and find innovative and relevant ways to infuse classroom instruction with the arts, raising engagement and leveling the playing field for different types of learners, and inspiring confidence in and through the arts.