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  • Robert Armstrong
    Dear All, Please read below for information about the 7th Annual SF Arts Education Resource Fair on Sept. 15th at 4:30pm. Other arts enrichment info is listed
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 1, 2010
      Dear All,
      Please read below for information about the 7th Annual SF Arts Education Resource Fair on Sept. 15th at 4:30pm.
      Other arts enrichment info is listed below that as well.
      Thanks,
      Bob

      Bob Armstrong  (415) 515-8815 (cell phone)  Bob's Art Website: http://bobarmstrongart.com
      926 Esmeralda Ave. San Francisco, CA 94110





      7th Annual San Francisco/Bay Area
      Arts Education Resource Fair

      WHEN
      September 15, 2010    4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

      WHERE
      African American Art and Culture Complex
      762 Fulton Street, San Francisco
      Hall of Culture, 3rd floor

      FREE!!!

      WHO Should Attend
      • Schools interested in Arts programming
      • Community organizations interested in partnerships in the Arts
      • Arts Coordinators
      • Teachers
      • Parents
      • Teaching Artists    • Students
      • Administrators
      • Principals
      • Site Managers
      …and anyone interested in finding out more about the rich array of
      Arts Providers in the San Francisco/Bay Area!


      OTHER ENRICHMENT OPPORTUNITIES:


      New Conservatory Theater Center's YouthAware Educational Theatre Program: listing FROM SFUSD's WAD:

      To access the WAD:


      WHAT:   A free New Conservatory Theater Center’s YouthAware Educational   

                      Theatre Program - And Then They Came For Me: Remembering  
                      the World of Anne Frank - a unique theatrical experience: a multimedia play that  
                        combines videotaped interviews with Holocaust survivors with live actors recreating  
                        scenes from their lives during World War II. The performance is back for a return  
                        engagement in 2010.  
                        One of the survivors will be on hand after each performance to answer questions from the  
                        audience and to sign copies of her book, Eva’s Story, on which the play is based. Books  
                        will be available for purchase in the lobby.  
       
      WHO:     Students in grade 5 and up 
       
      WHEN:   ONLY TWO WEEKS! 
                      September 27th October 10th 2010 
                      Monday through Thursday at 10 a.m. & 11:45 a.m. 
                       
      WHERE: The production will be staged at the New Conservatory Theatre Center,  
                       25 Van Ness Avenue, (at Market Street) in San Francisco.  
       
      WHY:      The “Student Matinee Program” provides students with the benefit of receiving an  
                          educational message while experiencing live theatre. Part oral history, part dramatic  
                         action, part direct address, part remembrance, the ensemble-driven performance breaks  
                         new ground and educates young audiences about the importance of diversity and  
                         tolerance. 
                          
      HOW:     School groups email Sara Staley at sara@... to reserve free seats for weekday matinees. Don’t forget to send field trip permission slips.  
       
      E-mail ASAP because the performances are booked on a first come first served basis! 
       
      If you have any questions, please e-mail or call Sara Staley at (415) 694- 6149. 
       

      E-Alert Submissions for the week of 08-30-10

      Organization Name: Art in Action
      Contact Person:
      Torben Gronning
      Email / Phone:
      torben@...  650-566-8339 x204
      Website Address:
      artinaction.org
      Name of Program:
      Art in Action Online
      BRIEF Description:
      Art in Action has completed the online version of its masterpiece-based visual art curriculum for grades K-12 with the launch of 12 new lessons for middle and high school students: Art and the American Experience. The online lessons are aligned with California and National Visual Arts Standards, and offer animated discussions of the masterpieces; video demonstrations of art techniques; wikis for sharing tips and ideas; links to interesting websites, books, and music; spoken instructions; and much more.

      Contact Person: Molly Campbell
      Email / Phone:
       sfcac@..., (415) 771.0292
      Website Address:
       www.childrensartcenter.org
      Name of Program:
       Fall Open House
      Date and Time (if applicable):
       Sunday, Sept. 12, 1:00;m-4:00pm
      Venue (if applicable):
       San Francisco Children's Art Center
      BRIEF Description:
       Parents, caregivers and children welcome. Please join us for FREE art activities, a photo exhibition, and refreshments. Teachers, Board members, and volunteers will be on hand to coordinate art activities and talk with you about our programs. All are welcome to attend - we hope to see you there as we officially begin our Fall Session. 
      Associated Fees (if applicable):
       Free


      ADDITIONAL RESOURCES AND LIST-SERVES:



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