Questions about the AISC Registry or any of the artists listed? Contact the Director of Arts Education at (406) 444-6522.
The CoMotion Dance Project provides highly-qualified dance teaching artists for K-5 classrooms. Elementary students are skillfully guided to create, perform, respond and connect to the curriculum (i.e. fractions, water cycle, parts of speech) using dance. In addition to learning artistic thinking skills in creative dance, our workshops foster emotional and social skills (listening, communication, collaboration, respect and diversity).
School of Theatre and Dance | University of Montana | Missoula, MT 59812
(406) 243-2870 | firstname.lastname@example.org
My belief is that all children should have the opportunity to express their creativity through movement. Integrating dance with the curriculum provides an alternate method of learning standards-based content, using the kinesthetic intelligence. I seek to create an enthusiasm for learning and movement, and to support the academic curriculum.
400 W. Broadway Street Ste. 101-303 | Missoula, MT 59802
(253) 632-7008 | email@example.com
Michelle Karcher and The Beet Tops bring traditional old-time music and dance to social gatherings or groups in an accessible and enjoyable way. All dances are taught step by step -- no experience required. The lively dance music and engaging nature of square dancing is perfect for learners of all ages.
324 Woodford Street | Missoula, MT 59801
(406) 544-5068 | firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Theatre is collaboration and discovery. I am constantly honing my observation skills, striving to build connections between people, ideas, moments, and works of art. There is always more to learn, and always a new direction in which to grow. Most importantly, as a favorite teacher of mine used to constantly remind us, “You’ve got to have fun to be in the game.”
348 Clancy St. | Helena, MT 59601
(406) 459-9073 | firstname.lastname@example.org
All music is a story. To connect with the audience, the story and underlying emotion(s) must be believably conveyed. There are simple ways to help the singer be in the place of storytelling. People don’t remember what you said but they DO remember how you made them feel.
280 Cartwright Way | Hamilton, MT 59840
(406) 363-5778 or (406) 369-0706 | email@example.com
www.mtacappella.com and www.youtube.com/user/mtacappella
I have a deep commitment to teaching/performing traditional African movement and conveying information on cultural importance of rhythms/dances. This tradition includes individual and communal healing, life transitions, honoring ancestors, and celebration. I am drawn to this form as a path for individuals to gain courage and a sense of community, process personal issues, and articulate new forms of self-expression.
1250 Harrison | Missoula, MT 59802
(406) 549-7933 | firstname.lastname@example.org
We offer a physically active, multidisciplinary exploration of folk music and dance. Guiding students through the background of traditional music and social dance, we demonstrate fiddle and guitar technique and teach New England contradance, squaredance, Appalachian clogging and French Canadian foot percussion.
4002 Spring Hill Road | Helena, MT 59601
(207) 380-1171 | email@example.com
As a credentialed dance teacher, I wish to show students the tools to create dance are easily accessible, even fun! The units of study will use Montana dance standards to create guiding lessons. Alternative instruction is also offer in Dance Integration with your preferred subject.
44 W. Ashley Hills Dr. | Kalispell, MT 59901
(406) 210-7000 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Through visual art, I express relationships and beauty found in the natural world. As a teaching artist, I integrate the arts with all subjects, and place art at the heart of learning. The arts are a powerful tool towards understanding Indian Tribes of Montana, World Cultures, and the Natural Sciences.
PO Box 565 | Stevensville, MT 59870
(406) 777-3546 | email@example.com
Art is a River: Integrating Indian Education for All: Part I Part II
Montana Arts Council | 830 N. Warren Street, Helena, MT 59601 | P.O. Box 202201, Helena, MT 59620-2201 | P: (406) 444-6430 | F: (406) 444-6548 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The Montana Arts Council is funded by the State of Montana and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.
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