Co_creation a la LYNDSEY

Craft Alliance Mural Arts Program

Are you in or is you out? / Collaboration with Lezlie Silverstein, Mike Pagano, Sumner alumni and art students (2005)

During the springs of 2004 and 2005, I team taught for the first time in residency with STL public schools through Craft Alliance. Emerson funded a program that set teams of artist in dialogue with the school art teacher to facilitate the student-led design and production of  a permanent ceramic tile mural.  I loved the richness of collaboration in the classroom – - allowing for more one-on-one attention, to let teaching and creating styles naturally attract different kinds of learners.  Robert Longyear, the Outreach Coordinator at Craft Alliance, made the program rich with his sound-off freestyling and instantanous rapport with children.

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Educated as a painter, learning as a yogi, and playful as a baby monkey: I am a willing human being __ emphasis on the Be. I am traveling-learning, designing projects to feed my inquiries while attracting adventures and connecting with tribes that grace my journey with experiential wisdom in creative healing and joyful sustainability. My passions are catalyzing radically simple + beautiful + fun intentional community, sparking spontaneous collaborative singing and dancing, acroyoga, permaculture, and loving children.