Art programs for 3,500 in-need New York children

 
$88,919
$11,080
Raised
Remaining
Jan 15, 2013

Winter/Spring Program Schedule

Literacy Through the Arts Kindergarten Dance Proje
Literacy Through the Arts Kindergarten Dance Proje

Happy 2013!  Thank you to everyone who generously made a year-end donation to help keep us thriving in 2013. We simply could not do what we do without you and our other supporters.

All of us at Arts For All look forward to a productive programming year.  We look forward to continuing our ongroing programs and residencies, like Literacy Through the Arts, our residency at PS 69, and monthly workshops at Children's Village Sanctuary House.

Here is our current schedule of winter and spring programming.  Some programs are still TBD depending on availability and funding. We eagerly await a date for our annual A Day At the Met program, as well as new residencies and workshops and the resurgance of our Creative Works Program at at New Alternatives for Children.

2013 is going to be a banner year for Arts For All!

Please keep an eye on the Blog to get more updates, and Like us on Facebook to see photos of our Winter/Spring programs. 

 

JANUARY

January 4, 11, 18, 25

Artist Robin Cannon teaches a music and movement workshop to children in a Special Education class at PS69 on Staten Island. 

January 4, 11, 18, 25

Artist Robin Cannon teaches an after school drama program to 4th Grade students at PS69 on Staten Island.  This program will culminate in the children creating and performing their own play!

January 16, 23, 30

Artists Shawn Shafner, Lena Moy-Borgen and Robin Cannon each teach two Literacy Through the Arts Workshops, to children – Grades K, 1 and 2, at PS15. ***

January 17, 24, 31

Artists Lena Moy-Borgen and Robin Cannon each teach two Literacy Through the Arts Workshops, to children – Grades K, and 1 at Hamilton Heights Elementary School. ***

January 19

Artist Olivia Harris teaches a drama workshop at the Children’s Village Shelter.

*** This is an ongoing program which focuses on increasing Kindergarten, First, and Second Grade children’s phonemic awareness and letter recognition through a multi-arts curriculum focusing on movement, music and visual arts in order to improve their reading, writing and verbal expression.

FEBRUARY

February 1, 8, 15

Artist Robin Cannon teaches a music and movement workshop to children in a Special Education class at PS69 on Staten Island. 

February 1, 8, 15

Artist Robin Cannon teaches an after school drama program to 4th Grade students at PS69 on Staten Island.  This program will culminate in the children creating and performing their own play!

February 6, 13, 27

Artists Shawn Shafner, Lena Moy-Borgen and Robin Cannon each teach two Literacy Through the Arts Workshops, to children – Grades K, 1 and 2, at PS15. ***

February 7, 14, 28

Artists Lena Moy-Borgen and Robin Cannon each teach two Literacy Through the Arts Workshops, to children – Grades K, and 1 at Hamilton Heights Elementary School. ***

February 16

Artist teaches a drama workshop at the Children’s Village Shelter.

*** This is an ongoing program which focuses on increasing Kindergarten, First, and Second Grade children’s phonemic awareness and letter recognition through a multi-arts curriculum focusing on movement, music and visual arts in order to improve their reading, writing and verbal expression.

MARCH

March 1, 8, 15, 22

Artist Robin Cannon teaches a music and movement workshop to children in a Special Education class at PS69 on Staten Island. 

March 1, 8, 15, 22

Artist Robin Cannon teaches an after school drama program to 4th Grade students at PS69 on Staten Island.  This program will culminate in the children creating and performing their own play!

March 6, 13, 20

Artists Shawn Shafner, Lena Moy-Borgen and Robin Cannon each teach two Literacy Through the Arts Workshops, to children – Grades K, 1 and 2, at PS15. ***

March 7, 14, 21

Artists Lena Moy-Borgen and Robin Cannon each teach two Literacy Through the Arts Workshops, to children – Grades K, and 1 at Hamilton Heights Elementary School.***

March 16

Artist teaches a drama workshop at the Children’s Village Shelter.

*** This is an ongoing program which focuses on increasing Kindergarten, First, and Second Grade children’s phonemic awareness and letter recognition through a multi-arts curriculum focusing on movement, music and visual arts in order to improve their reading, writing and verbal expression.

APRIL

April 3, 10, 17, 24

Artists Shawn Shafner, Lena Moy-Borgen and Robin Cannon each teach two Literacy Through the Arts Workshops, to children – Grades K, 1 and 2, at PS15. ***

April 4, 11, 18, 25

Artists Lena Moy-Borgen and Robin Cannon each teach two Literacy Through the Arts Workshops, to children – Grades K, and 1 at Hamilton Heights Elementary School. ***  

April 5, 12, 19

Artist Robin Cannon teaches a music and movement workshop to children in a Special Education class at PS69 on Staten Island. 

April 5, 12, 19

Artist Robin Cannon teaches an after school drama program to 4th Grade students at PS69 on Staten Island.  This program will culminate in the children creating and performing their own play!

April 20

Artist teaches a drama workshop at the Children’s Village Shelter.

*** This is an ongoing program which focuses on increasing Kindergarten, First, and Second Grade children’s phonemic awareness and letter recognition through a multi-arts curriculum focusing on movement, music and visual arts in order to improve their reading, writing and verbal expression.

MAY

May 1, 8, 15

Artists Shawn Shafner, Lena Moy-Borgen and Robin Cannon each teach two Literacy Through the Arts Workshops, to children – Grades K, 1 and 2, at PS15. ***

May 2, 9, 16

Artists Lena Moy-Borgen and Robin Cannon each teach two Literacy Through the Arts Workshops, to children – Grades K, and 1 at Hamilton Heights Elementary School. ***

May 18

Artist teaches a drama workshop at the Children’s Village Shelter.

*** This is an ongoing program which focuses on increasing Kindergarten, First, and Second Grade children’s phonemic awareness and letter recognition through a multi-arts curriculum focusing on movement, music and visual arts in order to improve their reading, writing and verbal expression.

WINTER PROGRAMMING, DATES STILL PENDING

A Day at the Met – A Saturday in May, TBD

Creative Works Program – Dates TBD

Artist residencies at PS 163, PS 212, the Renaissance School, Weeksville Elementary, and Long Island University after school program  - Dates TBD

Incarnation Children’s Center Video Project – Dates TBD

Literacy Through the Arts Grade 1 Puppet Project
Literacy Through the Arts Grade 1 Puppet Project
Workshop at New Alternatives for Children
Workshop at New Alternatives for Children
Literacy Through the Arts Inch by Inch Project
Literacy Through the Arts Inch by Inch Project
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