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Origami Workshop

Ben Parker thoughtfully and skillfully challenges the cliché notion of origami as merely the art of cleverly crafting amusing paper animals.  Ben’s workshop will teach students the art of the fold and how to break some of the rules associated with traditional origami. Workshop Date: Wednesday, June 24th from 3:30 – 5:30 PM The workshop […]

During the month of July, the Green Street Teaching and Learning Center will be exhibiting the work of North Haven artist, Nancy Eisenfeld.  This show of her newest work entitled,  On the Diagonal  will highlight her recent exploration of the emotive power of diagonal line.  Alive with the energy and movement of the diagonals which she uses to both construct and dissect their richly layered […]

 In his series, Breaking the Pattern, that will be on display at the Green Street Teaching and Learning Center of Wesleyan University from June 4th through June 24th, Ben Parker thoughtfully and skillfully challenges the cliché notion of origami as merely the art of cleverly crafting amusing paper animals. Parker’s aesthetic clearly affirms his affinity for pattern, precision and problem-solving–  all of which are inherent […]

On Thursday, May 14th from 6:15-8:15 in collaboration with HOT Schools the Green Street Teaching and Learning Center will be hosting a potluck workshop about how to use improvisation in the classroom setting. All teaching artists and interested college students are welcome to join this fun filled night at no cost. All we ask for […]

  Connecticut Higher Order Thinking (HOT) Schools in partnership with Wesleyan’s Green Street Teaching and Learning Center is offering an internship to Wesleyan Students. This is a unique opportunity for a highly organized, tech savvy individual interested in understanding the elements of planning, developing, implementing and managing the HOT Schools program including an intensive interactive […]

The Petit Family Foundation supports girls in science and they just awarded Green Street a $12,500 grant to grow their Girls in Science Summer Camp. Our Director, Sara MacSorley, got the chance to meet Dr. Petit and talk about the variety of their science support throughout the state. The Green Street Girls in Science Camp […]

This year the Green Street Teaching and Learning Center formerly known as “Green Street Arts Center” is celebrating its 10 year anniversary.Throughout its 10 years of existence, Green Street has formed an extremely close-knit community, gathering a variety of teachers and students all expressing their love of art, and now even other subjects such as […]

Believe it or not, Green Street is 10 years old this year. Instead of cake, we’re celebrating with pizza and froyo! Visit Bertucci’s on the Berlin Turnpike in Newington, CT on Tuesday, April 7th between 11:00am-10:00pm, present the coupon pictured below, and 15% of sales come directly to Green Street! Come out to enjoy a pizza and say […]

Believe it or not, Green Street is 10 years old this year. Instead of cake, we’re celebrating with froyo! Visit FroyoWorld on Main Street in Middletown on Friday, April 17th between 5:00-8:00pm and 20% of sales come directly to Green Street to support our youth programs. Come out to enjoy dessert and say Happy Birthday […]

Green Street Exhibit

(RE)PRESENTING PLACE: A Portrait of the Coal River Valley A Multi-Media Project by Wesleyan University Undergraduate Students, Rachel Lindy Rachie Weisberg Isaac Silk In the Summer of 2013, Rachel Lindy (’15), Rachel Weisberg (’15) and Isaac Silk (’14) spent six weeks living in the Coal River Valley of southern West Virginia—an area highly affected by […]

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