ART DISCIPLINES - CHILDREN/YOUTH
Living History – Art Alive
See how students at Chicago schools are gaining a deeper appreciation of the past through the integration of arts in the classroom.
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See What I'm Saying? – Basketball Tales
Watch as Oba William King performs part of his story "Basketball Jones."
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Poetic Flow – Beat Generations
Check in with some of the performers and learn more about the Musicality of Poetry Festival.
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Beauty Rises: Four Lives in the Arts – Beauty Rises, an Introduction
Meet the subjects of
Beauty Rises: Four Lives in the Arts.
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Laura Wiley – Birthing Rehearsal
Co-Director Laura Wiley rehearses the birthing scene with Ana, who plays the mother in
Pilsen Profile – Break It Down
Drop in on a breakdancing class at Pros Arts Studio.
Lights, Camera, Action! – Cinematic Study
Get a behind-the-scenes peek as students from Chicago Vocational Career Academy shoot scenes from "The Last Stain"
Laura Wiley – Come Forth
"Come Forth," a scene from Albany Park Theater Project's performance of
Words of Wisdom – Don't Take it Seriously
Enjoy a conversation with the two comedic playwrights of the Pegasus Festival: Ruth Martin, author of
Free Will, and Maria Sutcliffe-Hetman, author of
The Elevator Syndrome.
Music al fresco – Early days of Ravinia
Listen to Chicago jazz legend Ramsey Lewis wax poetic about the Ravinia Festival and its long history of presenting jazz.
Word on the Street – Fighting for a Voice
See the exciting and moving stories that the young Chicago filmmakers at Street Level Youth Media tell when they're given
the opportunity to share their films with the rest of the world.
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Words of Wisdom – From Darkness to Light
Take a ride on "The Downtown Train," a play by Emily Rabkin about schizophrenia.
Words of Wisdom – From Page to Stage
Listen to Marques Jackson, whose play "Chameleon," deals with a woman struggling to break out of an abusive relationship.
Laura Wiley – Good News
Laura Wiley gets good news about her cancer treatments.
Better Than Recess – Gorham Perform's Her Interactive Story
Watch Gorham perform her interactive story, "No Time for a Partay."
Blackboard Broadsides – If I Were the President
Michael Miles explains how he engages students and helps them compose "If I Were the President," a song they'd sing and send
to President Bush.
Here Comes the Sun – Into the Woods
Visit the Upper Illinois River Valley for a peek at Art and Science in the Woods.
Let the Music Set You Free – Keeping Their Dreams
Join Meade Palidofsky as she helps give kids a second chance with the Music Theater Workshop.
Pilsen Profile – Lessons from the Big Top
Clown around a bit with the Kids Circus at Pros Arts Studio.
Laura Wiley – Meet Laura Wiley
Laura Wiley explains the mission of Albany Park Theater Project on the first day of rehearsal.
Perfect Harmony – Musical Metamorphosis
Watch these regular kids being transformed into spectacular choral singers – and having a blast while doing it.
Blackboard Broadsides – Of Thee I Sing
Watch Michael Miles strike a chord with Chicago public school students as he leads them on a songwriting journey.
School Days – Perfect Pitch
Sit in on the annual Artist in Residence auditions by Rock Island storyteller
Reanae McNeal, Rockford instrument-maker David Stocker and Macomb musician Chris Vallillo.
Society of the Spectacle – Red Moon A'Rising
Explore what makes Red Moon Theatre tick.
American History Live – Story and Song
Watch as Momma Kemba is transformed into Harriet Tubman, the "Moses of her people," in a segment taped for
Arts Across Illinois: CenterStage in 2004.
Mama Edie – Swimming in the Water
Listen as Mama Edie tells us the story of "The Monkey and the Crocodile" from the
Alfred Caldwell Lily Pool and the
Lincoln Park Zoo.
Pilsen Profile – The Art of Empowerment
Learn more about how Pros Arts Studio is involving kids in the arts in the Pilsen community.
Laura Wiley – The Confession
"The Confession," a scene from Albany Park Theater Project's performance of
Poetic Flow – The Perfect Mix
Hear what hip-hop duo Tone b. Nimble and capital D of all natural have to say about their music and rhyme.
Ancient Rhythm – Tsukasa Taiko Performs
Watch JASC Tsukasa Taiko perform on
Arts Across Illinois: CenterStage in 2005.
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