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CUP (Center for Urban Pedagogy), an MFTA member since 2005, is known for their “Urban Investigations” — experiential semester-long projects with public high school students, where they give students the tools to investigate their own communities and use art and … Continue reading
Nowadays it’s easy to find DIY goods and community driven art collectives on any number of social media sites and in trendy boutiques. Back in the 60’s and 70’s, DIY appeared in the form of Better Homes & Gardens and … Continue reading
The Vital Theatre, an MFTA recipient since 2001, presents Show Way, a musical that traces a family’s history, and the contours of a culture, through quilting. In Show Way, Toshi Georgiana looks for a beloved family heirloom. As she searches, … Continue reading
Creative Infusion: Art & Reuse in the Classroom Introduction to Project Based Learning | Starts Saturday, April 27 Learn the basics of differentiating instruction by integrating creative projects into all content areas. With the guidance of MFTA’s master teaching artist, … Continue reading
Project Based Learning: Reuse in ELA Advanced Course for ELA-integrated Art Projects | Starts Saturday, February 9 Build student success by learning to use items from the recycling bin and free supplies from MFTA for classroom projects and presentations. These … Continue reading
The MFTA Nation is a large and energetic one. We love hearing good news stories about our recipients and donors and are always happy to share their work with our friends. Recently, we received a check through Crowdrise an online … Continue reading
Our P credit course Paper: From Pulp to Fiction starts this Saturday. For more information, or to register today, click here.
Due to the storm, we have rescheduled the first session of our P credit course Paper: From Pulp to Fiction. The original start date, Saturday, November 3, has been moved to the following Saturday, November 10. The course meets for … Continue reading
Paper: From Pulp to Fiction In-depth Paper Course Starts Saturday, November 10 (Rescheduled from November 3 start date) This course explores the history, production, and uses of paper with connections in social studies, science, math, and language arts. Participants will … Continue reading