Multiple Intelligences—Multiple Solutions with Christopher Eaves
Multiple Intelligences—Multiple Solutions provides an intro and overview of Multiple Intelligences (MI) Theory and how it can strengthen instructional design, teaching and learning. Participants will explore how to better engage students through bodily/kinesthetic, musical, visual/spatial, intrapersonal, interpersonal, existential, naturalist, linguistic and logical/mathematical modalities. This professional development features an array of artful activities designed to level-up the Teaching Artist's practice.
Wednesday Jan.26 (6:30-8:30pm)
Christopher Eaves is the Director of Higher Order Thinking (HOT) Schools—a program of Arts for Learning CT and the Artistic Director of eavesdrop®. He provides arts residencies, professional development and keynote addresses for educational institutions throughout the United States. Christopher is a member of the NYC Arts in Education Roundtable (NYCAIR), Stage Directors and Choreographers Society (SDC), U.S. Department of State Speakers Bureau and the Monacan Indian Nation. www.eavesdrop.net | @eavesdrop_net
From the 3 Part Series: From Starving Artist to Thriving Artist
Wrapping up the starving artist series, teaching artist & sculptor Laura Baring-Gould will be joining us on Thursday, January 27 @ 6pm via Zoom.
**This workshop is open for all past attendees only**
Laura Baring-Gould is a sculptor, place-maker, educator and artist-advocate. For thirty years she has created epic ephemeral installations, large-scale community-based art works and small intimate objects that create wonder in the palm of a hand. She has taught at Umass Boston, Clark University and the Art Institute of Boston, as well as teacher and artist sustainability trainings at Studio in a School (NY) and Assets for Artists (MA). In addition, Baring-Gould has been an artist-in-residence in multiple educational and community settings including Little House Community School. Cambridge Rindge and Latin High School, Wellesley College, Stone Hill College, The Food Project, Trustees of the Reservation (MA) Silpakorn University (Bangkok) and Scenic Hudson Inc (NY). Her projects have received multiple awards with the most important achievement a shared connection to beauty, place and wonder.
Laura’s reverence for individual and collective purpose, ecological stewardship and the importance of resilient creative cultural buoyancy was spawned with early childhood experiences in Mexico, the Pine Ridge Reservation and Alaska. Today she lives and keeps bees in Somerville MA.
Baring-Gould’s work has been sponsored by the National Park Service, the Institute of Contemporary Art, the DeCordova Museum & Sculpture Park, Creiger Dane Gallery, Boston Sculptors Gallery, Boston Center for the Arts, New England Foundation for the Arts (Creative Cities Grant), the Massachusetts Cultural Council and Scenic Hudson Inc. Her work has received awards including Best of Boston 2006 and 1995, a Fulbright Grant (2008), and recognition from the American Society of Architects and Americans for the Arts Public Art program. Permanent public art works include the City of Boston (Edward Everett Square, Dorchester) the City of Cambridge (Fresh Pond) and commissions for Tower Hill Botanic Garden (Boylston, MA).