Press Corps In Schools
Arts Criticism 101 Residencies
The TeenTix Press Corps offers arts criticism residencies that foster critical thinking, resulting in empathetic and culturally competent writers. Our in-school Arts Criticism 101 residencies introduce students to the basics of arts criticism and structuring a review, while building their creative, critical thinking, and communication skills. Central to our philosophy is the idea that art provides avenues for youth of all learning styles and backgrounds to discover more about themselves and the world around them.
The Press Corps works collaboratively with classroom teachers and can tailor our curriculum to the genre of art a teacher chooses.
The Press Corps is part of the Creative Advantage Community Arts Partner Roster, a vetted list of teaching artists and community arts and culture organizations approved to work in Seattle Public Schools through the Creative Advantage.
For a residency overview and a sample schedule see here: Teen Tix Arts Criticism Residency One Pager
To bring an Arts Criticism 101 Residency to your school, contact the Teen Programs Director, Mariko Smithashima: [email protected]
Read reviews by Arts Criticism 101 students:
Dragon Mama: The Trials and Tribulations of an Asian-American Woman - by Veronica Bunnell of Franklin High School
Dragon Mama: Are We the Same or Could We Not Be More Different? - by Kalie Vo of Franklin High School
A Not-So Queer Story About A Queer Story - by Cecilia Carroll of Franklin High School
Rockin' and Rollin' with Sister Rosetta - by Ngoc-Linh Truong of Franklin High School
A Diamond in the Rough - by Andrew P. of Cleveland High School