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Experience Senegal: Senegalese Dance and Music
- by BAM Education
Explore the culture of Senegal through this immersive virtual dance workshop.  Led by experts in African dance, students will learn essential information about Senegal, and the continent of Africa. Focusing on Senegalese dance and indigenous songs, students will have an arts experience that gets them moving and singing with live drumming accompaniment. Students also have the opportunity to see a video of a professional company from Senegal perform a version of the same dance that the students will learn.
Audience:  Education: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12


   based on 5 evaluation(s).


Liberty and Justice for All: Sancho Ignatius & the Right to Vote
- by BAM Education
Using excerpts from the play “Sancho: An Act of Remembrance” this virtual workshop focuses on the nearly forgotten life of Charles "Sancho" Ignatius a British African living in the 18th century who was the first known black man to cast a vote in Britain. The workshop uses three excerpts from the pivotal final scene of the play and explores a range of important curriculum topics including race, identity, African history, voter rights and human dignity. The play excerpts are taken from the riveting one-man play starring Paterson Joseph (HBO's The Leftovers) that was presented at BAM in December 2015. Students will be introduced to a professional theater performance highlighting a story of a nearly forgotten individual that will allow them to compare and contrast voting rights history in the U.S.
Audience:  Education: 9, 10, 11, 12


This program has not yet been evaluated.


Word, Sound, Power: Poetry and Identity
- by BAM Education
Inspire your students with the power of the spoken word and experience some of the finest spoken word poets from New York City. Led by a highly experienced BAM teaching artist, this unique interactive poetry workshop lets students explore their own poetic voice using video performances by renowned artists as inspiration. By the end of the workshop students will have created two poems; one on their own and one working collaboratively with a classmate. 
Audience:  Education: 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, Adult Learners


   based on 8 evaluation(s).


Word. Sound. Power. Poetry as Resistance
- by BAM Education
This virtual workshop shows students how to harness the power of spoken word poetry to challenge societal pressures around body image, socio-economic status, and race. Participants listen to a recorded performance of “Ritually rUINED,” by 19-year-old Brooklyn-based poet and emcee Alyssa “Lady Logic” Saunders. After reflecting on the poem, they are then invited to free-write, using some of the vocabulary from the poem, and eventually create their own work of resistance addressing an issue in their community that requires positive change. Each workshop includes a high-definition recorded selection of a BAM mainstage production, an online study guide resource that includes preparatory information and activities for teachers and students, and an engaging virtual workshop facilitated live by a BAM Teaching Artist streamed directly to your classroom.
Audience:  Education: 9, 10, 11, 12


This program has not yet been evaluated.


Word. Sound. Power. Poetry as Protest and Empowerment
- by BAM Education
In this virtual workshop, students are empowered to use spoken word as a way to call out political injustice and rally for change. After listening to a recording of “Peace to the Poets” performed by Bronx arts and justice collective the Peace Poets, participants reflect and free-write around the theme of peace and use the chorus from the poem to turn their soul-searching and personal struggle into art. The final piece is an articulation of protest and empowerment, charting each student’s own path to peace.Each workshop includes a high-definition recorded selection of a BAM mainstage production, an online study guide resource that includes preparatory information and activities for teachers and students, and an engaging virtual workshop facilitated live by a BAM Teaching Artist streamed directly to your classroom. 
Audience:  Education: 9, 10, 11, 12


This program has not yet been evaluated.



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