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    11:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    10/7/2020 - 10/29/2020

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  • Children Ages

    6 months to 5 years

Wolf Trap Early Learning Series

Virtual Event

Nurturing curiosity and joy from the start!

Wolf Trap teaching artists will share engaging activities designed for parents, caregivers, and early childhood educators to use the arts at home, daycare, and school to set our youngest learners on a path toward kindergarten readiness.

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October 7: Spice
Spice has conducted Arts Integration Education Residencies in Baltimore, Takoma Park, and Silver Spring, Maryland for over ten years. While working with the children on Pre-School curriculum, Spice mentors teachers to help them feel more comfortable utilizing the Arts to teach their lessons in the classroom.

October 14: Jamaal Collier
Jamaal Collier—or “Mr. Root”—is a dedicated and versatile professional Hip Hop artist with more than a decade of experience facilitating workshops and live performances in the Mid-Atlantic region. By incorporating rapping, vocal percussion, and dynamic stage presence, Jamaal articulates his passionate appreciation for his artistry every time he teaches and performs.

October 21: Tiffanie Horner
Tiffanie Horner received her BFA in Dance from the State University of New York College at Brockport. She studied on full scholarship at The Draper Center for Dance Education, STEPS on Broadway, and Broadway Dance Center. Ms Horner has also attended summer intensive training programs with the Joffrey Ballet, Rochester City Ballet, and American Ballet Theatre. She completed a Pilates Apprenticeship program with Mirea Pineda in Tucson, AZ and is certified in Progressing Ballet Technique developed by Marie Walton-Mahon. Additionally, Ms Horner has taught classical ballet, pointe, variations, modern dance, creative movement, and stretch classes at dance schools throughout the US for more than fifteen years.

October 28: Maria Tripodi
Maria Tripodi has been a Teaching Artist with Wolf Trap Institute for Early Learning Through the Arts since 2004. She is a graduate from Young Audiences’ Teaching Artist Institute, and holds a Bachelor of Arts in performance and language arts and a Master of Arts in Teaching from Bennington College. Having grown up both in Washington, DC and Argentina, Maria conducts classes in both English and Spanish. Because she began dancing as an adult, Maria pays close attention to creating an enriching movement experience for both the experienced and novice dancer.