Thursday, July 26, 2012

Daniel and Adam at the Black Theatre Network Conference in Atlanta

Daniel will be featured on the panel "Hip Hop Pedagogy," Friday, July 27th 3:00-4:30pm
This panel will examine the strategies and methodologies that have proven effective in integrating spoken word, rap music, and other elements of Hip Hop culture into the classroom.
Adam will present: "In the Mix: Pedagogy for the Creolized Classroom" with Eunice Ferreira from Skidmore College, Saturday, July 28th  10:15-11:45am
Too often the complexity of racial identity is reduced to a black-white dichotomy in the classroom, marginalizing those who do not fit neatly into the prescribed paradigm.  This panel will examine ways in which to complicate and enlarge the notion of diversity and explore effective methodologies from multiple points of entry.  

Adam and Daniel to lead DNAWORKS Workshop at Association for Theatre in Higher Education (ATHE) conference in Washington, D.C.

" Body, Memory, Narrative and Identity," Saturday, August 4th, 1:45-5:00pm

Daniel will be a part of the panel "Re-mix, Re-use, Re-frame: Strategies for teaching Hip-Hop Theatre and Teaching Theatre with Hip-Hop," Friday August 3, 2012 7:00pm - 8:30pm
This workshop addresses diverse approaches to teaching Hip Hop Theatre classes, and proposes pedagogical strategies for using Hip Hop as a critical framework within a broader Theatre curriculum.

Adam and Daniel will be discussing HaMapah/The Map as part of the Roundtable "Historical and Collective (Counter) Memory in African-American Performances Across Media"
Saturday, August 4th 11:30am-1:00pm

Week-long DNAWORKS Residency at Skidmore College

Skidmore College will host Daniel and Adam for a week-long residency October 9th-14th, 2012.
The DNAWORKS Co-Directors will be working with students, faculty, and staff and the residency will conclude with a performance of HaMapah/The Map on October 14th.