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Friday, May 20 • 3:30pm - 5:00pm
A Framework for Dynamic Opera Learning, Presented by Lincoln Center Education FULL

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Discover Lincoln Center Education’s distinctive inquiry-based approach to arts learning that fosters creativity and critical thinking skills for all learners. This session is the first of three events in the Lincoln Center Education series at the conference. This introductory session outlines the LCE framework that promotes capacities for imaginative learning. Attendees are encouraged to attend the New Works Sampler and then learn how to apply the framework at the Dynamic Curriculum Development session on Saturday.

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John Holyoke

Assistant Director, Pre-K - 12 & Higher Education, Lincoln Center Education
John Holyoke (Lead Facilitator) is Assistant Director of Pre-K-12 & Higher Education at Lincoln Center Education. In nearly 15 years with the institution, John has worked to cultivate partnerships and support curriculum design in both Higher Education and LCE’s Focus School Collaborative in grades K-12.  Prior to joining the administrative team, John was a theater teaching artist, bringing a decade of experience as a... Read More →
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Tenesh Webber

Teaching Artist, Lincoln Center Education
Tenesh Webber, photographer, is a full-time visual arts teaching artist at Lincoln Center Education. She has worked with LCE since 1992. Prior to her full time position there, Tenesh taught in art centers and museums throughout the five boroughs of New York City.  This included working with English Language Learners through The Center for Arts Education, and with special-needs audiences at The Museum of Modern Art. Tenesh works in black and... Read More →


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