Intergenerational Opportunities

Intergeneratiional Opportunities

Hamilton House is a community outreach to students in elementary, high school and universities. Experience classes, workshops and mentoring. We offer internship teaching positions.

Conversation Series: Education and Learning
 
School One’s new Conversation Series is a bi-monthly discussion group where we’ll talk about quality teaching, different kinds of schools, education in other countries, policy issues like school choice, and a host of related topics. Each session we’ll dive into an education-related book and discuss its implications for Rhode Island and beyond. This group is open to the public.
Our next conversation will be March 30, 2020 and we will discuss Educating Esme by Esme Raji Cordell. 6-7:30 p.m.
To sign up, complete this form.
Or contact Diana Champa at School One, 401-331-2497/dianac@school-one.org.
For Adult Writers Upcoming Writing Classes
 
Adult writers can enroll in evening classes at School One’s LitCenter throughout the year. Our programs are offered in conjunction with GrubStreet Boston, Frequency Writers, and Goat Hill. Unless otherwise noted, all programs take place at School One.
 
New classes with Frequency Writers:
Reading Your Work with Kerry McKenna
Feb 27- March 26
Prose Poetry with Anthony DiPietro
March 26 – May 7
Setting and Style with Amanda Kallis
April 9 -May 14
 
To learn sign up for a class with Frequency, contact School One.

Writing From Life: A Creative Writing Class 

A creative writing class for adults to share stories about themselves or the women in their lives. Marriages, childhood, affairs, death–this is what lives are made of. How do we write about relationships? In this workshop, participants will read and write, learning how to craft your own memories or experiences (or those of others) into a work of creative nonfiction.   

Adults | Online | 3:00 – 4:30 p.m. | February 25 – April 2nd (Thursday)

 
 

Drawing Explorations 

In this online drawing class, students will explore both wet and dry media, from abstract mark-making to observational representation, and embracing messes and mysteries in between. Exercises  will focus on opening up creatively while strengthening the connection between hand and eye movement as one complete, joyful tactile thought.    

Projects will be driven by what is meaningful to the student as we find inspiration in what’s around us – our homes, ourselves, and in the materials we are using. 

Whether you are an absolute beginner, have professional experience, or want to draw in a community, you are welcome.

Adults | Online | 2:30 – 4:00 p.m. | March 2nd – April 6th  (Tuesday)

Sign up: https://forms.gle/V4UNtqvS2ocWJn3fA

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