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ECM is offering a workshop exclusively to CCSD Creative Arts Schools. Invited teachers will be paid a stipend and will receive recertification credit. Sessions will consist of: Gaillard - An overview on how the Gaillard supports CCSD schools.  Teachers will participate in "Zora - A Literature to Life Presentation" Charleston Symphony...

For students in Charleston, math and history classes are not the same song and dance! Kristen Alexander, the founding Artistic Director of Annex Dance Company, is making the traditionally static subjects come to life by teaching fractions through movement and giving students studying the Roaring...

Deborah Meyers, artist, teacher and Piccolo Spoleto exhibitor, helped the students at Burns Elementary honor the heroes in their own lives through poetry and sculpture! The Hero Project explores two questions: 1) What is a hero? and 2) Who is your hero? As students define...

  The Gibbes Museum of Art may be closed for construction, but Elise Detterbeck, Museum Educator at the Gibbes and ECM Partner, has not let that stop Charleston students from having their education enriched by art! Through the Gibbe’s Eye Opener experience, Detterbeck collaborates with teachers...

We are pleased to announce that Engaging Creative Minds (ECM) has been selected as a recipient of the proceeds of the 15th annual Kiawah Art and House Tour, sponsored by Arts, etc.   Engaging Creative Minds currently serves over 5,000 students in grades 3-8 in...

Each fall, Trio Solutions Inc. hosts CreateAthon, a 24-hour work-around-the-clock creative blitz in which TRIO provides 5 local nonprofits marketing and creative services on a pro bono basis. Engaging Creative Minds had been awarded a spot in the “People’s Choice” category, and  all Last week...

Ausgust 12-14 Robin Berlinsky presented ECM's "Summer STEAM Institute" at Edinboro University, Erie Pennsylvania, during the 2014 Summer Learning Lab Conference sponsored by Erie Arts & Culture. At this three day conference, Robin along with other experts in the field of education, shared the tools and...

ECM welcomed in the 2014-15 school year during the First Day Festival!  Students visited our ECM booth to make homemade bookmarks just in time for all those book reports.  This year’s festival was held outside the SC Aquarium at the Charleston Maritime Center.  Free school...

ECM was so excited to participate in Hootie’s Homeground Round-Up where students created bookmarks at our ECM booth.  We saw familiar faces from ECM schools like Angel Oak, Haut Gap, and Memminger as well as new students from Sanders-Clyde and West Ashley Middle School.  There...

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