presenters included an Indian singer who taught
the children to sing a song in Sanskrit; a fashion
artist who showed them how to use a knitting
machine; a parent musician who introduced the
children to the amazing sounds that can be created on a keyboard synthesizer; a disabled dance
troupe who inspired the students to overcome
limitations and keep creating; a parent architect
who took the children through the process of
designing and building a house; two San Francisco Ballet School students who shared what
happens behind the scenes to create a ballet; and
an Indian dancer who introduced the children to
the world of classical Indian dance.
The final projects and artistic creations were
showcased at a closing Vernissage on the evening
of Friday, March 28, which attracted over 200
parents and families for a fun evening of celebration and demonstration.