Combining storytelling with shadow puppetry brings a variety of cultures to life in the classroom through folktales. During this workshop, teachers become familiar with folktales from many cultures. Participants learn shadow puppetry performance techniques and how to construct their own shadow puppets. Hobey Ford discusses the construction of a shadow puppet theater, scripting a folktale into a play, and organizing a performance with students.
When: Saturday, November 18, 9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Where: MJH Gallery at the United Arts Council, 410 Glenwood Avenue, Raleigh (enter on Tucker Street)
Who: Open to any Wake County elementary educator with any level of arts experience
Cost: Free, but you do need to register by emailing full name, position, school, and email address to email@example.com
CEU credit available.
For more than 10 years, the United Arts Council has provided arts integration professional development for Wake County elementary teachers. Through stand-alone workshops and full-week intensives, United Arts designs these opportunities to aid teachers in engaging their students in active learning. Common Core and NC Essential Standards are an integral part of each workshop. Learn more about arts integration at United Arts.