Pamela Dharamsey Lee, Ox + Dragon
Pamela Dharamsey Lee, director, choreographer, singer, and visual artist, has been developing her own integrated arts pedagogy since 1992 through her company Ox + Dragon. She has been teaching in a variety of settings and studios on both coasts, helping children to access their own creative
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Here Ntombekaya takes a sound journey which leads her on a discovery of the wonderful world around her. After getting lost, she finds her way home by remembering the sounds that she had followed. In this class, students will dance, sing a Xhosa Lullaby, and create puppets of Ntombekaya and a soundscape of her journey.
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Washington State Learning Standards
EALR 1.1 Creates and experiences artworks and/or performances in dance, music, theatre, and visual arts using arts concepts and vocabulary.
EALR 3.2 Uses the arts to communicate for a specific purpose. Creates and/or performs an artwork to communicate for a given purpose in dance, music, theatre and visual arts.
EALR 3.3 Develops personal aesthetic criteria to communicate artistic choices. Shares and demonstrates how individual and personal aesthetic criteria are reflected in artworks and/or performances in dance, music, theatre, and visual arts.