LCI Workshop

What is imaginative learning? Why is it important for my students to study works of art? In this introductory workshop, participants explore the answers to these questions through an experiential workshop around Ghostcatching (a work of art choreographed and performed by Bill T. Jones in collaboration with digital artists Shelley Eshkar and Paul Kaiser) and through the Capacities for Imaginative Learning, which are a set of possible outcomes that may occur when Imaginative Learning: The Lincoln Center Institute Practice is used in the study of an artwork. Imaginative Learning is the basis of Lincoln Center Institute's approach to teaching and learning.

Introduction to Lincoln Center Institute: A Three Week Workshop


These online courses are made possible by generous grants to Lincoln Center Institute from the Verizon Foundation and from the LuEsther T. Mertz Charitable Trust.

Student Tutorial
Lincoln Center/CaseNEX Course Tutorial
Session 1: Exploring the Work of Art
Ghostcatching Installation
choreographed and performed by Bill T. Jones
digital artistry by Shelley Eshkar and Paul Kaiser

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Session 2: Online Workshop
Online Workshop
Drawing Activity
 by Lynn Brown
Movement Activity by Lynn Brown
photo by Nancy Bareis
Session 3: The Capacities for Imaginative Learning
PS/IS 499, Planning Experiential Lessons
Elementary School
From Shore to Shore: Irish American Music (music)
performed by Cathie Ryan 

dial-up | broadband
PS/IS 499, Experiential Lesson # 2
Elementary School
From Shore to Shore: Irish American Music (music)
performed by Cathie Ryan 

dial-up | broadband

 



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