Visiting Artist Workshop: Want to be a Rock Star? with Diana Suskind

Sunday, June 16, 2013 - 1:00pm to 4:00pm
Location: outside on the boardwalk
Ages: All Ages


Come be closer to nature! Stones are a kinesthetic medium, never fixed in their place or meaning, the ground an endless canvas and small hands the brushes that move them. This workshop invites you to work with stones, a natural resource, using the stones as a storytelling device. Share your story with us. It's a great way to celebrate Father's Day.

Diana Suskind, Ed.D, RIE Associate, is an accomplished and passionate educator, artist, consultant and international advocate for early childhood development and elementary education. She recently retired as an Associate Professor in Education from Fitchburg State University where she taught courses in early childhood education focusing on the arts and RIE parent-infant guidance classes. Dr. Suskind travels the world, including Asia and Europe, bringing “Stonework Play” directly to children and their caregivers. Currently, Dr. Suskind is working collaboratively with the Elizabeth Jarman Foundation to bring Stonework to even more places worldwide.