“It Was Written”: A Workshop for Teachers
This interactive teacher workshop will focus on the evolution of hip hop culture, its history, and the recognition of its highly influential, yet often overlooked, contributions to the literary canon in the United States. Participants will discuss this evolution while exploring their own creativity through activities that can be easily adapted to a classroom setting.
This workshop is facilitated by Unique Robinson, poet/MC and Director of the MFA Community Arts Program at the Maryland Institute College of Art.
All educators are welcome, but this content is best suited for middle and high school educators.
- Enjoy access to The Culture: Hip Hop and Contemporary Art in the 21st Century before public hours
- Learn about the artworks in the exhibition with Chief Education Officer and exhibition curator Gamynne Guillotte
- Learn interactive classroom strategies that explore the literary devices embedded in hip hop
- Contemplate ways to connect art to your classroom curriculum
- Receive 10% off at the BMA Shop and a BMA tote bag
- A light breakfast will be provided
Members: $30 | Non-Members: $35
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Fahamou Pecou. Real Negus Don’t Die: Thug. 2013. Private collection