Event Co-Chairs:

Ram Estrada, Lamar Consolidated ISD

Rachel H. Dickson, The Ensemble Theatre

Azar Rejaie, University of Houston-Downtown

Houston's arts organizations share resources for coping, renewal, and healing.

 

All sessions are virtual, FREE, and open to the public. CPE Credit Certificates are available. Registration is required. 

Dates

Tuesday, March 30, from 5:30 - 7 p.m. 

Tuesday, Apr. 20, from 5:30 - 7 p.m.

Tuesday, May 18, from 5:30 - 7 p.m. 

Each session features three presentations from three of Houston's arts organizations. Info about each session is coming soon!

Sessions and Presenters for Tuesday, April 20

 

5:30 - 6 p.m. Central

Teaching from the True You

Presented by Young Audiences of Houston and Kinetic Vibez

Said Jalajal, Director of Flow, Kinetic Vibez

Teachers will engage in activities centered around creating a sense of relaxation quickly, then moving into a self-expression activity and followed up with tips on how to integrate creativity into their classroom. Kinetic Vibez is an artistic wellness movement that focuses on introducing a holistically creative lifestyle to youth, ages 7 to 19. By fusing yoga, meditation, and hip-hop, participants can overcome stress, depression, and bullying.  In their arts-in-education programs, Kinetic Vibez gives students the opportunity to express themselves through hip-hop music production, poetry, and art. 

6 - 6:30 p.m. Central

Erasing Fears with Images of Hope

Presented by Aldine ISD

Kaileigh Newman, Director of Visual Arts

Using writing and drawing, participants will explore connecting their emotions to visual representations using color, shape, line, and space. For this session, please make sure you have a pencil or pen, markers or colored pencils, a straight edge or ruler, and paper that is 8.5"x11" or larger. This exercise can also be used in your classrooms. 

6:30 - 7 p.m. Central

Self-Care through Theatre Exercises in Every Classroom

Presented by The Ensemble Theatre

Rachel H. Dickson, BOLD Artistic Associate

This interactive workshop will get you on your feet as we explore theatre-based activities that can be done quickly and are tied to “foundational” curriculum.  A theme for this application-based exploration is the universality of theatre as a tool for every classroom, while providing opportunity for self-awareness and emotional exploration. Fun will be had by all as we use the brain and the body to engage the world of theatre—no experience required! 

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