Rating: 4.82 stars 57 reviews
Issues: Arts & Culture
Location: 450 Lexington Ave Front A #1062 New York NY 10017 USA
Results: We have provided over 17 workshops, have so far scheduled 15 workshops for this year, and even more for next year at Children’s Museums, Art and Cultural Centers, Youth Centers at Military Bases, Centers for people with disabilities, and Senior Centers.
Target demographics: Aurora Over the Silk Road is for anyone and everyone who wants to learn about the Silk Road.
Geographic areas served: We work locally (New York City), nationally (USA), and internationally.
Programs: Aurora Over the Silk Road project is an interactive workshop that allows you to explore the cultural diversity of the Silk Road as you embark on a journey full of fun crafts, capturing performances, and sensational sensory experiences. Immerse yourself in the history, colors, sounds, and sights with original costumes, music, and folkloric dances of the many ethnic minorities found along the Silk Road. The educational cultural workshop consists of stations, which cover Science, Geography, History, Culture, Arts and Crafts, Music, and Dance. Participants will join Gul (the girl), Koy (the sheep), and Toge (the camel) on a journey through the Silk Road. With an interactive workshop as well as a performance, we enhance the learning experience while exploring the treasures found along the winding turns of the Silk Road.
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Although Anthony and Yasmine are teens, their attitude and professionalism far surpass their years. I was consistently impressed by their dedication and attention to detail throughout the planning process. Then to see them in action during the program was truly amazing. They brought so much life to the Silk Road and brought our Museum audience along for a wonderful journey!
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