The Simple Things | Ardina Greco

Wrapping paper, water bottles, wood Boxes, bags, and straws Scissors and string We can take recycled things We can take pictures And turn them into creatures We can take trash And turn it into sculptures What is that? What is that? WHAT IS THAT? This prose, the collaboratively generated mantra of Jukebox Radio’s week long […]

Wait Time: Communicating Through Puppetry in a Rural Alaska School | Ryan Conarro

It was early December. Outside, a steady wind was whipping snow into curling drifts around the school building. Inside, it was silent. I was in the 3T classroom at Akiuk School in the Yup’ik Alaska Native village of Kasigluk. The students were sitting quietly at their desks, each with a puppet  lying on the tabletop […]

From Museum to School: Adapting Models of Teaching to Different Contexts | Chio Flores

Sometimes you don´t know your teaching practice has changed until you´re confronted with a different environment and audience. I recently changed gears from teaching in a museum to teaching in a school and the transition has been a radical experience for me as a teaching artist. In February 2011, I moved back to Lima after […]