NJPAC launches livecasts professional development in the arts

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Urban News Staff Reports
NJPAC’s Arts Education launches a variety of virtual professional development classes online. There is a range of live cast workshops that can inspire, educate, and reinvigorate one’s teaching strategies! NJPAC is offering 4 two-part workshops that are facilitated by content experts and master teachers that immerse the student in a collaborative, online environment with their peers.

Sponsors of the program include Mars Wrigley, Panasonic, TD Charitable Foundation, Turrell Fund, Wolf Trap, and the Victoria Foundation., NJPAC is offering the workshops as a “pay what you can” opportunity.

Doug Goodkin’s Jazz Improvisation for All Ages Livecast
Presenter:
Doug Goodkin
Date:
This is a two-part workshop!
Tuesday, April 7 @ 3-4:30PM
Wednesday, April 8, @ 3-4:30PM
Price: Pay what you can ($75 per person is suggested)

Moving Through Science Livecast
Presenter:
Kimberli Boyd
Date:
This is a two-part workshop!
Thursday, April 23 @ 10-11:30AM
Friday, April 24 @ 10-11:30AM
Price: Pay what you can ($75 per person is suggested)
Ticket link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/moving-through-science-livecast-registration-101570357674

Bars! Connecting to History Through Hip Hop Songwriting Livecast
Presenter:
Bomani Armah
Date:
This is a two-part workshop!
Thursday, April 23 @ 1:30-3PM
Friday, April 24 @ 1:30-3PM
Price: Pay what you can ($75 per person is suggested)
Ticket Link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bars-connecting-to-history-through-hip-hop-songwriting-livecast-registration-101571348638

Digital Storytelling: Photography as a Tool for Writing Across the Curriculum
Presenter:
Paige Whelan
Date:
This is a two-part workshop!
Thursday, Apr 30 @ 1:30-3PM
Friday, May 1 @ 1:30-3PM
Price: Pay what you can ($75 per person is suggested)
Ticket Link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/digital-storytelling-photography-as-a-writing-tool-livecast-registration-101579735724

NJPAC suspended performances on and off its campus on March 13, in response to city and state guidelines prohibiting large gatherings during the coronavirus pandemic. The Arts Center is in plans to reopen its offices on May 11th and resume its in-person arts education and community engagement programs wherever possible then. Performances on its stages are slated to recommence on June 1.

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