Each aspect of the Landscapes program contributes to our inquiry into serious play. Orientation is designed to familiarize program participants and their parents with the physical geography of Creating Landscapes, its faculty, and overarching navigation guidelines. Daily classes are laboratories of exploration where participants discover, find questions, and create skills. Share is to let our parents in on our processes and to develop presence in performance. Exhibition and performances help students understand the roles craftsmanship and editing play in the presentation of creative and scientific work. Our CD of original work and its production illuminate recording processes and provide 'hard copy' of creative musical work. The same is true of our book of student writing. Weekly 4:00 pm improvisations provide opportunity for dancers and musicians to become mindful of the ways individual moment-by-moment choices contribute to group experiences. Finally, the family picnic at Robertson Field Pavillion is an invitation to parents, siblings, and friends to 'join the dance'.
4:00 - 4:30 pm in Montgomery Performing Space
Family Picnic: Friday, July 19th at Robertson Field Pavillion @ 5:00 pm
Shares, Exhibitions, and Performances are in Montgomery Gymnasium