Basically, I see two communities that would provide each other a great benefit, and I’m creating a bridge for them to connect and serve each other. – Casandra Tanenbaum, Director of Flow Fests
Lake Worth, FL (PRWEB)
June 23, 2017
Flow Fests are free, public, urban arts events offering participants the opportunity to study movement arts with instructors from across the globe.
Flow Fests’ goal is to make Flow accessible to the public masses, especially due to its usefulness for learning. Its new educational iteration, Flow Fests EDU, is a project to transform K-12 education from the inside out, using Flow Arts as a tool to enrich the educational experience and inspire lifelong learning through play.
To bring this alternative educational project to fruition, Flow Fests has launched a crowdfunding campaign. Flow Fests is working with educators and artists to build an entire curriculum of lessons for grades Kindergarten through 12. Campaign funds will go directly to supporting the creation of this compendium of lessons, and paves the way for Flow Artists to contribute to the educational landscape and academic conversation around learning STEM-specific concepts. STEM, aka Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, becomes STEAM with the addition of Arts Integration, a critical aspect of arts instruction that can bring all the pieces together for students through the particular intrinsic motivation that arts often provide. Both have become buzz words in the domain of education, and schools are frequently on the lookout for programming that utilize Math and Science concepts in engaging ways.
“Basically, I see two communities that would provide each other a great benefit, and I’m creating a bridge for them to connect and serve each other: schools need support to incorporate…