KINETIKids Artist Residencies 

 

Intensify your students learning experience by having a KINETIKids Artist Residency at your school. Residencies are for schools who wish to deepen the connections between academic and arts curriculum by having an artist in residence for a week or more. A KINETIKids experience includes planning with a school team of teachers to establish learning objectives, classroom sessions with students and follow up activities. If requested these can be directly connected to a performance by KINETYX Dance Ensemble.
 

Option 1
Custom Designed Residencies
(Available via ZOOM during COVID-19 pandemic) 
ZOOM residencies are priced at a special rate of $1500 per week for five daily classes over four or five days.

 

Invite Ms. Connerton to plan a unit of study with your teachers. Together we will design a residency around your learning goals and objectives in any subject area. Involve special area arts, foreign language, special ed, media and PE teachers in the process! 

Here are sample ideas from past residencies but you are not limited to these

Contact Martha (marthacon2@aol.com) to discuss  more options: 

All About Weather Students learn about air pressure and moisture content as factors that determine weather conditions. They create simple movement studies and assignments that help them to physically understand why the wind blows, what a “front” is, different types of clouds and their associated weather conditions, they create snowstorms, tornadoes, and rainshadows. 

Crouching Comma, Hidden Hyphen Help students to recognize and use punctuation marks appropriately by making movements and sounds to go with them. Then create dances to go with their poems, fairy tales, short stories, using the punctuation in their appropriate places. 

3D Forms Help students to understand the concept of volume in geometric forms, identify and create cones, cylinders, spheres, rectangular prisms, pyramids etc. Beginning with two dimensional shapes that are familiar to them, we show how these shapes can combine and “inflate” to make 3 dimensional forms. (i.e.: a cylinder is a rectangle with round ends, a cone is a circle with a triangle on top of it.) We make a sequential dance that transforms from one to another

Cultural Landscapes Students learn about different countries and cultures by creating their own montage based on information they gather about customs, traditions, food, housing, geography, clothing and art forms.

 

Option 2
Video Residencies
We have prepared several of our tried and true residencies in video form with social distancing built into the lessons so your students can safely learn by choreographing dances based on math, science, storytelling and multicultural studies.  
Pre recorded video residencies are priced at $350.  
You will receive a youtube link for five daily lessons that can be shared with your teachers.  The links will be active for one month so you have time to let numerous classes use it at their convenience.

Movin’ Into Math
We learn how dancers use math to create their choreography. Students make a dance that requires them to use numerical calculations (dividing into sets, combining in numbered groups), patterns and sequencing, geometric forms and transformations, and using diagrams to chart the dance on paper.

 

Objects in Motion 
Starting with several everyday objects we examine how their shape, material and size determine how these objects move. Students make movement studies to show the attributes of each object and they learn about Newton’s Laws of Motion.

Words in Action

Learn to tell a story by bringing nouns, verbs and adjectives to life!!

Culture Club 
Contrast and compare activities we might see people doing in different cultures. Create group dances that demonstrate these likenesses and differences.

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