These questions can help our volunteers determine their strengths and get the perfect assignments to grow:
- Yearning: What activities am I drawn to, that naturally energize me?
- Rapid Learning: What kind of activities do I seem to pick up quickly?
- Flow: In what activities do I seem to automatically know the steps to be taken?
- Satisfaction: What activities give me a buzz, where I think, “when can I do that again?
We started a new ceramics class for adults in the Fall at Dendy Playground (named after activist Marie Dendy) to get the involvement of local artists, neighbors and family members. … Continue reading Starting an Adult Ceramic Program for Women at Dendy
Schedule spans from July 1-Aug Weekdays: 9am -12 noon 12 noon-3 pm Sites and days: Fishtown Recreation Center: Mondays, 9am-noon, noon-3pm 2 Older classes: 9am-noon 2 Younger Classes: noon-3pm Towey … Continue reading ASI Summer Art Program 2019
At Southwark on Tuesdays From 3-4:10 pm with Sunrise of Philadelphia Middle school age students From 4:10-5pm with United Communities elementary age students 1. March 19 – Cactus, Plants, Gardens … Continue reading ASI Spring 2019 Calendar
Pre-Kindergarten Great site for music lesson plans – we are adapting for our preschool youth music through Art Programs Share the post “Music Lesson Plan Resources” Facebook Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest … Continue reading Music Lesson Plan Resources
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Art Sphere Inc. is so excited to share ideas from our most recent music program for preschool youth. Using music terminology and equating the teacher with the conductor is how … Continue reading Music Room Dynamics
In recognition of Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Mary Oliver who died January 17th 2019, we have asked students to illustrate their favorite words by this author who “wrote brief, direct pieces … Continue reading Poems from Mary Oliver for students to illustrate