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Outstanding music and wonderful technological inventions were created during the 1970s! That is why we will touch on both topics in our workshop. Indeed, we will have a lot of fun discussing some of the most incredible artifacts from the period and learning about impactful musicians who changed the world. Students ages 6-11 are welcome to attend. Our facilitator, Ms. Dinorah, will provide two exciting writing prompts. Inspired by what they discover throughout the session, the young participants will construct their pieces!
This live, 90-minute interactive workshop will be presented through Microsoft Teams, via https://bit.ly/3xht7Dd
This program is part of our yearlong HCPL Centennial Celebration.
Dinorah Pérez-Rementería received a B.A. in Theater from the Higher Institute of Arts in Havana, Cuba, and an M.A. in Latin American studies from the University of Miami. As a teacher, she considers how ethics and aesthetics can have a positive impact on youth education. Her articles have appeared in such magazines as Art Nexus, Arte al Día International, ArtPulse, and others. Dinorah has worked with Writers in the Schools for 13 years, facilitating creative workshops for writers, teachers, and students as well as mentoring new teaching artists. [Organizer's description]