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									            Lincoln Center Institute
       International Educator Workshop
      Lincoln Center Institute for the Arts in Education
                        New York, NY

May 17-21, 2010 (Introductory-Level Workshop, targeted to higher
education audiences)

June 28–July 2 & July 12–16, 2010 (Introductory- and Advanced-Level
Workshops*)

70 Lincoln Center Plaza
New York, NY 10023-6583
Phone: 212.875.5535
Fax: 212.875.5539
E-mail: lcireg@lincolncenter.org
www.lcinstitute.org


 *The Advanced Level Workshops offered at this site, weekdays between June 29 – July 2
 and July 12 – 16, are open to those who have completed the Introductory Level workshop
 at any host site. Visit http://www.lcinstitute.org or e-mail lcireg@lincolncenter.org for
 more information, workshop descriptions, and the registration form.


The Organization
Lincoln Center Institute for the Arts in Education, established in 1975 and located
in New York City, is the educational cornerstone of Lincoln Center for the
Performing Arts, Inc. It is the leading organization in developing skills of
observation, imagination, and creativity through guided encounters with the visual
and performing arts. Over the past 35 years, Lincoln Center Institute has shared its
unique method of education with more than 20 million students, teachers, college
professors, and arts administrators representing public schools, arts organizations,
and professional teaching colleges in New York City, across the nation, and around
the world. See www.lcinstitute.org for more information.

The Institute is located steps away from its world-renowned neighbors, The
Metropolitan Opera, The New York Philharmonic, and the New York City Ballet,
and a pleasant bus ride (or a walk) across Central Park to the equally celebrated
Museum Mile. Lincoln Center Institute has presented countless artists, established
and cutting-edge, who have brought diverse cultural perspectives and classic works
to its workshops, and has developed its world-class professional development
approach.
2010 Works of Art
Below is a description of the works of art that will be studied at this site this year.
LCI will be offering multiple workshop sections each week. Each Introductory Level
workshop section will study two works of art in differing art forms.

The focus works of art for the Introductory Level Workshops are:

May 17-21
     Dance
     Suddenly Summer Somewhere
     performed by Monica Bill Barnes and Anna Bass

       and

       Visual Arts
       Selected work(s) from the Metropolitan Museum of Art

June 28-July 2
      Dance
      Fiesta Flamenca
      performed by Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana

       and

       Visual Arts
       Le Guichet (1963) by Alexander Calder and Reclining Figure (1962-1963) by
       Henry Moore in Lincoln Center’s outdoor art collection.

July 12-16
      Theater
      Exit Stage Left
      performed by Parallel Exit Physical Comedy Theatre

       and

       Music
       American Art Song
       performed by Beata Moon, piano, and Steve Herring, baritone

       or

       Visual Arts
       Le Guichet (1963) by Alexander Calder and Reclining Figure (1962-1963) by
       Henry Moore in Lincoln Center’s outdoor art collection.
Focus works of art for the Advanced Level Workshops:

Due to the number of Advanced Level Workshops being offered at LCI, the focus
works of art are not listed here. Please see the Advanced Level Workshop Brochure
for the focus art works for each Advanced Level workshop.

Special Guests and Workshop Leaders
All participants will have the opportunity to hear remarks by LCI’s Executive
Director, Scott Noppe-Brandon, followed by a lecture by Maxine Greene, Lincoln
Center Institute’s Philosopher-in-Residence. Dr. Greene is an engaging and
perceptive speaker, with a remarkable ability to make her philosophical reflections
accessible to all audiences. As well, additional prominent figures in education may
speak during the week.

Workshop leaders (teaching artists and staff) are specially trained by Lincoln Center
Institute in the methodology and philosophy of aesthetic education.

Workshop Location and Time
The workshops will be held in the Rose Building and at the Juilliard School on 65th
Street between Amsterdam and Broadway. Additional location information will be
provided after registration.

The Introductory-Level workshops will take place from 9:00 am through 4:30 pm
each day.

The Advanced-Level workshops will take place from 9:30 am through 4:30 pm each
day, unless otherwise indicated in the Advanced Level Workshop brochure.

Lincoln Center Institute Web Site Access Benefit
Included with each registration is a 1-year access to Lincoln Center Institute’s
Electronic Library, which includes full-text, image, video, and audio databases; e-
books; online journals; and articles and lists of Web links related to LCI’s philosophy
and methodology. Each Introductory-Level registrant will receive a username and
password. Advanced-Level registrants’ usernames and passwords remain the same.

Special Attractions, Cultural Events, and Community Activities
The Lincoln Center Festival will be in full swing, with dance, music, theater, opera,
and more from around the world. Lincoln Center’s annual outdoor summer dance
party, Midsummer Night Swing, offers night after night of swing, salsa, blues,
country-western, polka, and zydeco performed by some of the best live bands around.
Or venture beyond the campus to visit Broadway, Off-Broadway, Central Park, or
any number of the many galleries, museums, and performance spaces you will find
all over the city. You are sure to chance upon exciting discoveries to bring back and
share at your workshops and discussions the very next day.

Credit
Graduate credit is available through City University of New York School of
Professional Studies. For more information and to register for credit, visit the SPS
Web site at www.sps.cuny.edu.

For New York City teachers, P In-Service Credit is available for the Introductory
Level Workshop offered the week of July 12-16, 2010 only. Visit
http://www.lcidb.org/pdf/P_Credit.pdf for more information about how to register for
P Credit and fees.

Travel and Accommodation Information
Discounted room rates at facilities near Lincoln Center for Lincoln Center Institute’s
International Educator Workshop registrants have been secured at the following
hotels. Please contact the hotels directly to make the reservations. Please note:
these rates do not include tax and/or associated fees, are not available
online, and are subject to availability.
For any questions, please contact Christian Rizk at crizk@lincolncenter.org.

Hotel Belleclaire
250 West 77 Street
Rates: May 17-21: $259 – Group code: Lincoln1
       June 28- July 2: $169 – Group code: Lincoln2
       July 12-16: $169 – Group code: Lincoln3
Phone: 212-362-7700, 1-877-468-3522, or reservations@hotelbelleclaire.com
       (When calling or emailing, please reference the group code according to the
       week which you will be participating in the International Educator Workshop
       to receive the rates.)
       Please note: Reservations at this hotel must be made 30 days prior to the
       beginning of the workshop, after that all rates are subject to change
       according to availability. Also, rooms booked using the rates above must be
       cancelled by the 30-day window to avoid a one night’s room and tax fee on
       your credit card.

Buckingham Hotel
101 West 57 Street
Rates: $189 per night for a Studio Suite
       $229 per night for a One Bedroom Deluxe Suite
Contact: Lynn Chan or Dawn Murphy
Phone: 212-246-1500 x3201, 1-888-511-1900 x3201
       (When you call, please ask to speak to Dawn Murphy or Lynn Chan and
       mention you are part of the Lincoln Center Institute / International Educator
       Workshop group.)
Web site: http://www.buckinghamhotel.com/index.cfm

Comfort Inn
31 West 71 Street (at Central Park West)
Rates: 15% off standard room rate at the time of booking, and complimentary
       continental breakfast.
Contact: Rona Martin
Phone: 917-441-5008
      (When you call, please ask to speak to Rona Martin (she is available M-F 9:00
      am–5:00 pm), and mention you are a participant of the International
      Educator Workshop at Lincoln Center Institute.)
Web site: http://www.comfortinn.com/hotel-new_york-new_york-NY209

The Empire Hotel
44 West 63 Street
Rates: $179 per night for a standard room (1 Queen Bed)
       $199 per night for a standard deluxe room (Double Beds, or 1 King Bed)
Phone: 212-265-7400 or 1-888-800-6301
       (When you call, mention you would like to reserve using the Lincoln Center
       rate.)
Web site: http://www.empirehotelnyc.com

The Lucerne Hotel
201 West 79 Street
Rates: $190 Superior Queen
       $200 Superior Double
Phone: 212-875-1000 or 1-800-492-8122
       (When you call, mention you would like to reserve using the Lincoln Center
       rate.)
Web site: http://www.thelucernehotel.com/

The Milburn Hotel
242 West 76 Street
Rates: $195 per night.
Contact: Albert Mason, General Manager
Phone: 212-362-1006 or 1-800-833-9622
       (Please ask to speak to Albert and mention you are a participant of the
       International Educator Workshop at Lincoln Center Institute.)
Web site: http://www.milburnhotel.com/

Le Parker Meridien
118 West 57th Street
Rates: May 17 – 21: $299 per night
       June 28 – July 2: $225 per night
       July 12 – July 16: $225 per night
Phone: 1-800-543-4300
       (Mention you would like to reserve using the special group rate of Lincoln
       Center Institute International Educator Workshop May 2010 (for the May
       dates) and/or July 2010 (for the June/July dates). Note: You must book at
       least 30 days in advance of the arrival date in order to receive special group
       rates.)
Web site: http://www.parkermeridien.com/

								
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