Teaching artist Priscilla Howe is in residency on Monday and Tuesday, January 14-15 in Salina schools through the Arts Infusion Program of Salina Arts & Humanities. The residency includes a community performance of "Tristan & Iseult" at Ad Astra Books & Coffee House, 141 N. Santa Fe, Sunday, January 13, at 3:00 p.m. This event is free and open to the public.
Storyteller and puppeteer Priscilla Howe has traveled the world, captivating audiences of all ages. In her upcoming Salina performance, Howe will tell the story of "Tristan & Iseult," an epic tale of good luck, bad choices, giants, dragons, fools, betrayal and of course, romance. This story is best suited for adults and children ages nine and up.
In addition, Howe will bring her popular storytelling to local schools, working primarily with students in grades K-5. A returning resident artist, Howe offers a highly dynamic program with curricular connections in language arts that allow students to explore creative self-expression.
A resident of Lawrence, Kansas, Howe has been telling stories in Salina for more than 20 years as a visiting teaching artist and a performer at the Smoky Hill River Festival.
For needed accommodations, please call Amanda Morris at Salina Arts & Humanities at (785) 309-5770 between 8:00 a.m. - Noon and 1:00 - 5:00 p.m. Every effort will be made to accommodate known disabilities. For material or speech access, please call at least five working days prior to the event.
Salina Arts & Humanities, a department of the City of Salina, has served a unique role in arts advocacy and support since 1966. The Smoky Hill River Festival, Horizons Grants Program, Smoky Hill Museum, Arts Infusion Program in schools, Community Art & Design, Cultural Connections, and Friday Night Live performance series are among the programs of Salina Arts & Humanities, located at 211 W. Iron Avenue in Salina.