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The Manchester Choral Society and 2G MCS with support from Manchester Community Music School present…

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Teaching Hope, Reliance, Inclusion and Empathy Through the Arts and Social Emotional Learning

The 2nd Annual Integrated Arts Conference and Children’s Arts Festival

Friday, March 13, 2020

Manchester Community Music School

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 Learn about hope, resilience, inclusion and empathy through various art forms. 


Incorporate these avenues of integration through workshops and curricular materials that are representative and inclusive of all learners. 

These themes will be explored with an emphasis on Social Emotional Learning.

All elementary and secondary classroom teachers, administrators, arts educators and artists are invited to participate in the Second Annual Manchester Choral Society Integrated Arts Conference and Children’s Arts Festival. MCS has partnered with the Manchester Community Music School to offer this one-day event. Participants will experience continuing education workshops and 8 hours of professional development through the hands-on, cognitive power of the arts.

Manchester area students in grades 4-8 are invited to participate in the Children’s Art Festival. Students will have music rehearsals with festival choral director Krystal Morin as well as visual art projects, theater activities and movement. The day concludes with a collaborative concert and exhibition of learning! Students do not pay a separate fee for this chorus festival, it is included in the teacher participation fee.

Festival Repertoire: 
Cantamos by James DesJardins
Thula Klizeo by Joseph Shabalala arr. Nick Page
Give Us Hope by Jim Papoulis
Additional songs will be taught the day-of at the festival

Important Details:

Cost: $95 includes workshops, conference materials, lunch for teachers and student registration fee (students will bring a bag lunch) **Students do not pay a separate fee for this chorus festival, it is included in the teacher participation fee***

 

Themes: Hope, resilience, inclusion and empathy through Arts Integration and SEL
PD Hours: Earn 8 hours of Professional Development.
Children’s Art Festival: Students in Grades 4-8, Krystal Morin, Chorus Conductor and Visual Art and Theatre Activities!

We hope you can join us for this fantastic opportunity!

Please contact Kirsten Mohring with any questions at kirsten.mohring@gmail.com.