This event will the be the culminating presentation of our educational pilot program, Creating Identity at George Washington Elementary School. In Creating Identity, Fulcrum Point teaching artists work with 7th-10th grade CPS students, encouraging them to explore their individuality and character. Fulcrum Point’s eclectic music serves as a catalyst to inspire a body of work containing creative writing, art, and music. A new social learning tech platform from MashPlant compliments this program, allowing students and teachers to upload videos, pictures, and music for sharing in a safe 24/7 social digital community.
This pilot launched with 17 sessions taking place at Jane Addams Elementary School and is now wrapping up it’s second residency at George Washington Elementary. The presentation will take place on June 2nd and allow the students to present their “Identity Boxes,” containing the poetry, music, and art that they’ve created over the course of the program. The event will be graciously hosted by the Zhou B Art Center, facilitating the perfect creative space to inspire our young artists.
This is a private event, exclusive to George Washington Elementary parents, students, and staff.
Location: Zhou B Art Center