Making Magic: Inspiring Children with Art

October 20, 2019 1 Comment

Now, we’re going to focus on this painting that you’ve been looking at today. Who can tell me what is happening? Magic Lantern is an educational charity that runs interactive art history workshops in classrooms around the country, to show Read More

2018 Dances of India

October 18, 2019 No Comments

Make plans to attend the 16th anniversary celebration of the highly anticipated Dances of India on Saturday, April 21 at 4 p.m. in CPCC’s Halton Theater in Charlotte. Presented by internationally acclaimed dancer and choreographer Dr. Maha Gingrich and a Read More

‘We don’t tackle art, we tackle hate.’ – BBC Young Reporter

October 17, 2019 No Comments

Young people you should be taught from a young age that this is their community they should have pride where they come from. When me and my friends walk to school we realised that there’s a lot of graffiti which Read More

Dance at Central Piedmont

October 16, 2019 No Comments

– Swing, grow tall, and open. (gentle music) Hello, my name is Clay Daniel and I’m the discipline chair of the dance department. At CPCC, our dance major focuses primarily on modern dance and ballet as the main focus and Read More

School of Culinary Arts

October 16, 2019 12 Comments

File Name : School_of_Culinary_Arts Length : 0:02:53 Speakers : Gail Simmons, Richard Simpson, Daniel Boulud, Sabrina Sexton, Andrew Gold, Linda Simon, Cindi Avila, Miguel Trinidad, Kelly Senyei, Michael Anthony, Marc Murphy Special Comment: [0:00:00] [Audio Starts] Gail Simmons: I think Read More

Music at Central Piedmont

October 16, 2019 No Comments

I’m Craig Bove, I’m chair of the music department in the Performing Arts and Interior Design Division here at CPCC. I’ve been teaching here since 1998. The music department serves the student population here in three ways. One, the music Read More

Tell the Ministry of Education: Protect Music Ed!

October 13, 2019 No Comments

Music is important to me because it’s been my whole life since I’ve Turned the age of three; the only education I received from that point on has been through The education system in Canada, which started with public school, Read More

The Truth about Hydrogen

This episode of Real Engineering is brought to you by Skillshare, home to over twenty thousand classes that could teach you a new life skill. As the world grapples to eliminate fossil fuels from our energy diet, electric cars have Read More

Scoring 4th Grade Expository Compositions

Hi, I’m Malene Golding, the Elementary Reading Curriculum Manager in HISD. In this video we will be looking at the rubric for scoring expository compositions for fourth grade. Now we will need to set up a couple of materials before Read More

Mae Jemison on teaching arts and sciences together

What I want to do today is spend some time talking about some stuff that’s giving me a little bit of existential angst, for lack of a better word, over the past couple of years. And basically, these three quotes Read More