WORKSHOPS

We love to create opportunities for our artists to take leadership roles in the community in sharing their expertise in the arts.

Do you need an on-site woodworking teacher, or are you looking for an artist to give a presentation on their work? Contact Community Inclusion Coordinator Livia Charman at livia.charman@rhd.org

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Cassie Flanagan is teaching a group at Greene Street Friends School how to make walking sticks using green (fresh) wood. The curriculum includes everything from harvesting the wood from trees at Harriton House to carving/refining the sticks with woodworking tools, and culminates in a group hike to use the sticks in the field.

April/May 2019

Teacher Corps at Greene Street Friends

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Paige and Mary gave artist talks to fourth graders and led a drawing demo on using calligraphy pens.

March 2019

Artist Talks at Candlebrook elementary

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Mary T. Bevlock and Paige Donovan were invited to give an artist talk at ArtYard in conjunction with the exhibition The Creative Commons. They also led a watercolor painting workshop for a small group.

March 2019

Artist Talks/workshop at Artyard

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Teacher Corps teachers Cassie Flanagan, Tim Deaton and Pat McEvoy-Hull taught a workshop on making customized wooden fidget spinners. They taught 4th graders from Frenchtown Elementary School and the public at ArtYard Art Center how to use hand-powered portable scroll saws.

March 2019

Teacher Corps at Artyard

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Teacher Corps teachers Pauline Omelchuk, Cassie Flanagan, and Pat McEvoy-Hull taught a group of home-schooled kids at Haverford how to make race cars out of wood and found objects.

September 2018

Teacher Corps at Friends Meeting House

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Teacher Corps teachers Cassie Flanagan, Tim Deaton and Pat McEvoy-Hull taught a workshop on making customized wooden fidget spinners. They taught 4th graders from Frenchtown Elementary School and the public at ArtYard Art Center how to use hand-powered portable scroll saws.

June 2018

Teacher Corps at Henry Houston

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Teacher Corps teachers Christine Vega, Vinetta Miller, and Cassie Flanagan hosted an open session for Haverford College students on campus during final’s week. They invited students to learn how to make giant bubbles with rope and to learn to use hand-powered scroll saws to make brooches.

May 2018

Teacher Corps at Haverford College

Center for Creative Works is a program of Resources for Human Development

for information about viewing or purchasing artwork contact ccwexhibitions@rhd.org

Center for Creative Works

241 E Lancaster Ave, Wynnewood, PA 19096

phone: 610 642 9101

hours: 8:30am - 3:00pm, Monday through Friday

@2019 CCW

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