FANTASYSCAPES: CREATING RICH ENVIRONMENTS TO ENHANCE STORYTELLING

Sat March 16, 2019 - 1:00 PM
FANTASYSCAPES: CREATING RICH ENVIRONMENTS TO ENHANCE STORYTELLING

PUPPET POWER WORKSHOPS
A Festival of Animated Objects - WP Puppet Theatre Partnership

FANTASYSCAPES: CREATING RICH ENVIRONMENTS TO ENHANCE STORYTELLING
Instructors: Pat Tarr, Sayward Wilkinson, Wendy Passmore-Godfrey

BOW VALLEY COLLEGE NORTH CAMPUS, ROOM N534.
SATURDAY, MARCH 16TH 1:00 - 3:30 PM

Age Adult

Using natural and found materials together with low- and high-tech light sources, participants will have fun exploring and creating collaborative micro stories. Based on our experiences in ateliers (studios) in Loris Malaguzzi International Centre on study tours to Reggio Emilia, Italy our goal is encourage educators to use technology in rich and meaningful ways, and provide children with another language for expression and communication.

Wendy Passmore –Godfrey, BFA, founded WP Puppet Theatre Society in 1991, and is full-time Artistic/Executive Director and principal performer.

Pat Tarr‘s research and publications have focused on the possibilities of the Reggio philosophy for North American art and early childhood educators, particularly in classroom environments and pedagogical documentation.

Sayward Wilkinson Blanc, BFA, B.Ed is the founding educator for the Children’s Commons Ecological Society’s Nature Kindergarten, a journey that started with the Common Digs Forest School in 2014. She has been teaching for 13 years with a focus on early childhood and art education.