Artists in the Schools

Exploring Shifting Power Balances in History through Drama

Grade: 5
Subjects: Drama,Social Studies
Max. number of students per class: 35

Bonnie Raines

In this residency, students will use the lens of drama as a vehicle to explore the shifting balance of power as a result of Europeans arriving in North America and interacting with Native Americans. Led by veteran classroom teacher and arts integration expert Bonnie Raines.

Education Programs on sale August 7, 2019 starting at 9:00am.


email Hannah Keefer, Curriculum Specialist, or call 707.800.7548.

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Residencies start at $475 and are adaptable to fit your needs. Additional fees and terms may apply. Scholarships are available.

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