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The Story of Flow – An Eco-Arts Escape for Educators

The Story of Flow – An Eco-Arts Escape for Educators

Tuesday, June 25, 2024 at 9 a.m.–1 p.m.

Reservations required. 
Members: $30 
General public: $40 
College students: $20

This half-day professional development retreat, featuring Sherry Cook Stanforth at Columbia Tusculum’s historical Carnegie Center, offers teachers and community program leaders a creative escape. We will explore Cincinnati’s unique territory in the Ohio River Watershed, flowing with artistic inspiration, Urban Appalachian culture and history, and ecological surprises. We will practice a range of skills (field observation, personal meditation, narrative interpretation, and arts-based invention) to design unique, easy-to-implement classroom and collaborative community projects highlighting the value of creative processes and storytelling techniques. These include:

  • urban history hiking excursion
  • local forager & cultural tasting table
  • guided (creative writing/visual arts) exercises and prompts
  • interdisciplinary connections
  • demonstrations and conversations with rising young teaching artists

A CEU certificate can be provided after the program. You may attend this program and the Summer Teacher Institute for additional CEUs. For more information, email [email protected] 

Partnering with Urban Appalachian Community Coalition, Originary Arts Initiative and the Carnegie Center of Columbia Tusculum.

If you need accessibility accommodations for this program or event, please email[email protected].Please contact us in advance to ensure accommodations can be made. 

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