ARTS CONNECTION Video Series Week 10 – Ball in the House and David Harrell
A BRIGHT SPOT IN EVERY CHILD’S DAY
WEEK 10 ARTIST SPOTLIGHTS
START YOUR WEEK WITH ART!
This is our final week of our Arts Connection video series! We encourage you to keep sharing these interactive video performances with the students, educators, and families in your school community so you can stay CONNECTED to and INSPIRED by the arts this summer.
You can view and share these videos on our YouTube Channel under the Playlist Arts Connection.
Ball in the House
Packed with music, entertainment, and education, Ball in the House’s program teaches the history of a cappella singing from chant to doo wop through contemporary and classic cover songs as well as original works. The elements of teamwork and collaboration are highlighted as students learn how various vocal parts create harmony and beats, working in unison to produce a multidimensional piece of music.
☀️ Explore the limitless creative possibilities of music without instruments.
☀️ Be introduced to vocal music and its ties to religious, cultural, and social history.
☀️ See how teamwork and collaboration is used in creative endeavors.
This is a universal story about a not so ordinary life. In this warm, smart, and engaging autobiographical program, David Harrell delivers a hilarious and insightful look at living with a disability. Through his journey we all learn to not let the challenges or circumstances of our lives peel away the core of our humanity.
☀️ Watch a performance of a one-man show.
☀️ Identify positive character traits within themselves and in their classmates.
☀️ Develop a better understanding of the diversity that surrounds us.
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How are you using ARTS CONNECTION?
We want to hear from you! How have you been using and sharing our Arts Connection assembly performances weekly video series with your students during social distancing? Share your experiences, photos, and feedback with Denyce Mylson, our Director of Marketing & PR by calling 609-243-9000 or by email!