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Uke Song Salon

Friday afternoon’s Uke Song Salon offers a way to sit around a virtual camp fire and strum some songs together. Phil has created videos for everyone in the SJ community to use. Learn a few chords and sign your family up for our next Uke Song Salon! Intro to Chords: this explains how to make …

Winter Broadway Camp “Into The Woods” Dec 14-18

Ages 9-14, Monday-Friday, 4:00-5:15, with Melissa Church, $85/child singing/coaching/discussion/journaling/group games/extension activities Just because we’re stuck inside doesn’t mean we can’t go Into The Woods! What woods? The woods can represent so many things…The unknown, adventure, being lost, being found, the outside world, your own heart…The woods is this pandemic; the woods is an eye-opening musical. The …

Winter Workshops

In our winter series of creative/instructional online workshops, small groups will explore performing and creative arts, fine art, language arts, social justice and science. Workshops are designed with the belief that when kids are creating, curious, and collaborating, learning is joyful! More About Our Workshop Approach Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday FULLArt Community11:00-12:00 FULLArt Community …

Fall Workshops

In our fall series of creative/instructional online workshops, small groups will explore performing and creative arts, language arts, history, cultures, social justice, science, and Spanish. Workshops are designed with the belief that when kids are creating, curious, and collaborating, learning is joyful! More About Our Workshop Approach Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Environmental Justice FULL11-12 …

Mexico City Workshop Recap

Leading up to our time together in Mexico City, we met together several times to prepare for our trip. This was a wonderful way to bond and gain background knowledge ahead of travel. We talked about what it means to be sensitive and respectful of local culture and how to reflect on our own cultural …

Harlem Renaissance Workshop

“Perhaps the mission of the artist is to interpret beauty to people – the beauty within themselves” – Langston Hughes During the Spring Semester of 2018, Melissa and I had the opportunity to spend twelve weeks studying the Harlem Renaissance through weekly workshops at Talking Stick Learning Center. In every way possible, we learned from the …

Staging Journeys