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Tell It On Tuesday – April 30th

Violet Juno will be performing at Tell It on Tuesday at the Marsh Theatre in Berkeley. Tell It On Tuesday is a monthly event that celebrates the expression of individual storytelling and solo performance. Violet will be performing an excerpt from her new performance “Romancing Variable X.”  More info is below and also at the Tell […]

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Deep Play Workshop at Expressive Arts Institute in San Diego

Date: 10:30 am – 1:00 pm on Saturday, November 17, 2012 Cost: $25 Where: Expressive Arts Institute 2820 Roosevelt Rd., Suite 204, San Diego, CA, 92106 Join Us To: Blur the boundaries between art mediums by combining drawing, movement and sound in fun, new ways Play with objects that transform into story props with star […]

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Milkbar Salon in Oakland – Nov. 9, 2012

Violet will perform a new piece entitled “Let Me Spell It Out For You” as part of the Milkbar Salon on November 9th in East Oakland.  This is a new site-specific piece that involves playing the innards of an upright piano, dissecting a toy Barbie piano and dancing on an amplified piano bench–all while telling […]

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California Library Association – Nov. 4, 2012

Violet will be sharing the local partnership Art IS Education with librarians from around California at the Defying Gravity conference on Nov.4th in San Jose. With staff from the Alameda County Library, Violet will present about the unique partnership between the county libraries and the Alameda County Arts Commission that resulted in a series of […]

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Cal Performances – Oct/Nov, 2012

In October and November of 2012, Violet Juno will teach Berkeley Unified teachers and students about the joys of working with charismatic props in preparation for experiencing the Swiss physical theatre troupe Mummenschanz at Cal Performances.  She is looking forward to co-teaching with Mahsa Matin who is a multi-talented clown/mime/one-woman-band.  Fun will be had by all! […]

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Southern Illinois University Artist Residency- Sept.30-Oct.6, 2012

Violet will visit the Performance Studies Program of the Department of Speech Communication at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, Illinois from Sept. 30 – Oct. 6, 2012.  Her visiting artist residency will include working with students to create a new installment to the site-specific Reversicon Project, conducting consultations with students, performing “(I am still here) […]

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Impossible Things in Oakland – Aug. 7, 2012

Violet will perform excerpts from “Impossible Things” as the kick-off performance for the Integrated Learning Summer Institute presented by the Alameda County Office of Education at the the Chabot Space and Science Center on August 7, 2012.  The performance will be part of the first plenary of the conference which will also include presentations by […]

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Artful Teaching 2012

Artful Teaching 2012

A chapter by Violet Juno is included in the book Artful Teaching that has just entered its second printing!  This book published  by Teachers College Press explores a wide range of techniques and strategies for integrating the arts into K-8 curriculum. Violet’s chapter shares examples and ideas for using Making Learning Visible techniques in the […]

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Artful Teaching Book Reception- Nov.10, 2011

TAO (Teaching Artists Organized) will host a wine-and-cheese reception at 6:15 pm, Nov. 10th in honor of the second printing of the book Artful Teaching.  The event will be in Oakland, CA and include a conversation with the authors about emerging trends and what goes into writing and publishing about the field of teaching artistry. […]

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Louisiana State University Performance

Violet will perform “(I am still here) Language Has Left The Building” at the HopKins Black Box theatre at Louisiana State University Baton Rough on Friday, September 3, 2011.  This performance is presented by the Department of Communication Studies. (I am still here) Language Has Left The Building Counting languages learned and lost over the […]

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