EnLIVEn! is dedicated to creating interactive experiences that make full use of the educational potential of the visual and performing arts as subjects of study, instruments for the development of life skills, and as a means of making other subjects more accessible to students.
We are also committed to developing and implementing quality job-embedded and sustained professional development to support successful arts integration.
EnLIVEn! fosters creative and critical thinking in the minds and through the imaginations of its youth. This unique and engaging program bridges the gap between the arts and education by offering interactive lessons designed to meet specific academic needs as identified by teachers.
INTERACTIVE CLASSROOM EXPERIENCES
All LIVE! lessons and units are facilitated using a residency model with either single or multiple visits. We’re happy to work with schools and teachers to create individual units or lessons for specific objectives or to coordinate special performances featuring other artists in residence or special guest artists.
WHAT WE OFFER
- We provide engaging lessons tied to state standards facilitated by a certified teacher and community artists in a variety of classroom settings
- We provide professional development for teachers interested in learning effective ways of offering arts integration in their classrooms
EnLIVEn! collaborators include:
- Cameron University
- Lawton Ballet Theatre
- Blue Moon Productions
- Lawton Community Theatre
Mandee Thomas (580) 215-0255 ext 4635
Available units are provided below. Units are very flexible. We can modify them to meet your specific objectives. Check back often! These are subject to change, and new units will be added as they are developed.
Radio Plays - Choose from available plays or request one
Visual Theatre * Very Popular *
Theatre Games & Basic Acting Exercises
Demonstrations (Visual Arts, Music, Dance etc.) - Experts demonstrate specific skills and facilitate student engagement
Special Performances by guest artists
Explore history from multiple perspectives, including Native American, European and African American through Actor Interpretations. An actor will visit your classroom as a historical character and interact with your students from that character's point of view.
Below are pictures of Visual Theatre @ Crosby Park in November!!!
And at Central Middle School in December!
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