Saturday, April 5, 2014 Philadelphia Celebration Webcast Link
Published on Apr 02 2014
Yes, you can see it here! Live from the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia, PA USA. (And on your phone too!)
Just click on the link below at 11:30 EST (time zone converson) to hear poets of all ages read their Dream Flag poems while musician Tim Motzer creates a gentle web of accompaniment with looping guitar improvisation.
The program, hosted by high school volunteers from The Agnes Irwin School, will include a brief address from Kerry Sautner, Vice President of Education and Visitor Experience at the National Constitution Center. This is followed by readings from representative poets from all attending schools along with some video readings sent in by schools in other locations.
Each group is invited to have up to three representative poets read their Dream Flag work. It is a fast-moving collage of dreams that represents the more than 10,000 student dreamers who have connected their Dream Flags around the world this year.
We expect to hear student poets read from:
Gardiner Manor School , Bay Shore, NY
Friends School Haverford, Haverford, PA
Wissahickon Middle School, Ambler, PA
West Chester Friends School, West Chester, PA
Presbyterian Children's Village, Rosemont, PA
Tacony Academy Charter School, Philadelphia, PA
Readers-R-Us Afterschool Program, Phialdelphia, PA
A.M. Greenfield School, Philadelphia, PA
The Philadelphia School, Philadelphia, PA
First Philadelphia Preparatory Charter School North and South Campus, Philadelphia, PA
Neumann University, Aston, PA
The Agnes Irwin School, Rosemont, PA
Cherry Hill High School West, Cherry Hill, NJ
Folsom Elementary School, Folsom, NJ
Bala Cynwyd Middle School
Sister Cities’ Girlchoir
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Art Therapy Program
and video contributions of student reading from:
International School of Paris, Paris, France
Burrell Boom School, Belize City, Belize
Tecnológico de Monterrey Campus Sinaloa, Culiacan, Mexico
The Peijia School, Shanghai, China
and maybe more . . .