Arts Integration through Multiple Intelligences Project (AIMI)
The AIMI Team announces their 10th year anniversary with a performance of:
The Big Easy: AIMI Celebrates New Orleans
Friday, July 19th, 2013 at 5:30 p.m. & 7:30 p.m.
The Bruyette Athenaeum's Hoffman Auditorium
1678 Asylum Avenue, West Hartford, Connecticut
Children, Seniors, USJ Community: $6.00
Let the good times roll! Join more than 50 children and 40 teachers in the AIMI Program as they present a joy-filled performance of music and dance in the 10th year anniversary program. From Congo Square to Mardi Gras, Louis Armstrong to Crawfish Etouffee, the show celebrates the people, events, and traditions that make up the flavorful and glorious city of Naw'lins.
Don't miss it! Reserve your tickets early.
Frances Driscoll Box Office 860.231.5555 or tickets.usj.edu
Application for Scholarship (PDF: 1p., 34K)
For Information, contact Jill Mack at 860.231.5335 or email@example.com.
Unique Professional Development and Course of Study for Educators!
The Arts Integration through Multiple Intelligences (AIMI) Project provides an opportunity for teachers and teacher candidates at both the graduate and undergraduate levels to learn differentiated instructional approaches through the arts. Through Multiple Intelligence Theory and the use of arts integration strategies, educators and future educators develop units and lessons that incorporate the visual and performing arts across the curriculum. Students also participate in workshops conducted by National Dance Institute which culminate in a professional grade dance production, unique in that it teaches adult students alongside children. Six credits in graduate education and three credits in undergraduate dance are offered through the AIMI project.
For Graduate Education Course information, contact Dr. Susan Johns at 860.231.5336 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For undergraduate dance course information, contact Susan Murphy at 860.232.7848 or email@example.com.
AIMI is a partnership of the University of Saint Joseph Departments of Education, Fine and Performing Arts, the Carol Autorino Center, and National Dance Institute.
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