Music and Stories for Children of All Ages with Faye Stanley
Monday, April 25, 2011
Wilson Special Collections Library, Pleasants Family Assembly Room
Free and open to the public
Information: Katelyn Ander, (919) 962-2559
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An interactive performance by Faye Stanley on April 25 will feature an array of musical and multicultural games, stories, and songs for all ages. The free public program will begin at 3:30 p.m. in the Pleasants Family Assembly Room of the Wilson Special Collections Library. Children and families are welcome and encouraged to attend.
Stanley’s performances are known for making connections across cultural boundaries and empowering groups to realize their own artistic capabilities.
Stanley directs Duke University’s Arts and Engagement Project and serves on the North Carolina Arts Council’s Arts in Education Advisory Committee. She holds a bachelor’s degree in voice and a master’s degree in education. Her books include The Teaching Artist Toolbox: Connecting Your Art and the School. She also wrote the JAM Guide for the North Carolina Arts Council, outlining programming for cultural music traditions in after-school programs.
This program is part of the series “Exploring Diversity Through the Cultural and Performing Arts,” sponsored by the University Library Diversity Committee, with assistance from the UNC Performing Arts and Special Activities Fund.
- Clapping Dog (Faye Stanley’s website)