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Educator Workshop: Storytelling with ShadowLight Productions
Saturday, March 12, 2011 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM (PST)
Join KQED and the Asian Art Museum for an exciting opportunity to learn about and create Indonesian Shadow Puppets with world-renowned artist and puppeteer, Larry Reed, a featured artist on KQED's Spark program.
Educators will learn the cultural history of Shadow Puppets, watch a performance, and learn how to create their own unique puppets in a hands-on art and performance project that can be recreated with students.
Spaces are limited so please do not reserve a free ticket unless you are sure you will attend.
This workshop is open to K-12 educators and teaching artists. It is the third session in a 3-part series organized with the Asian Art Museum. For more information about the first two sessions to be held at the Museum, visit: http://www.asianart.org/upcomingeducatorevents.htm
This workshop is in conjunction with the Bali: Art, Performance, Ritual exhibition on view at the Asian Art Museum (February 25–September 11, 2011).
Questions? Send a message to ArtsEd@KQED.org.
Still image from the KQED-Spark story about Larry Reed, 2004.
KQED Education serves educators in schools, colleges, universities and informal learning environments. Specializing in STEM, Arts and News content, we produce high-quality digital learning tools, distribute free resources, and train educators to use educational media and digital media tools.