Song of America Teacher Workshop on History, Music, and Art

Would you like to connect the arts with the humanities in a more integral way in your classroom? The two-day Song of America workshop offers an interdisciplinary exploration of American history and culture through two artistic forms: classic song (poetry set to music) and visual art (as represented by the collections of the Fenimore Art Museum).

  • Hands-On Activities & Interactive Presentations 
  • Lesson Plans & Grade-Specific Activities for Classroom Use 
  • Great for K-12 Language Arts, English, Social Studies, and Performing Arts Educators 
  • Topics include: Native American Culture 
  • Hamilton/Burr 
  • Civil War 
  • North American Folk Movements 
  • 20th Century African American History

$45 Per Teacher or $69 including box lunch each day 

Call 607-547-1510 for more info. 

This workshop draws on the Song of America educational resources (, developed by the Hampsong Foundation in collaboration with the Library of Congress. A Hampsong/Fenimore Art Museum/The Farmers’ Museum collaboration, in conjunction with Glimmerglass Festival.

Photo credit: Anne Perigo

Thursday, August 16, 2018 — Friday, August 17, 2018
10:00 am — 4:00 pm (30h)

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