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January 6, 2015
by: Kimberly Johnson

Exhibitions of Learning - Winter 2015 Preview

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Community members, families, and friends are invited to attend IDEAS Academy's Winter 2014 Exhibitions of Learning.

Exhibitions of Learning - Winter 2015 Program


Tuesday, January 13th 1:00-8:00 p.m.
John Michael Kohler Arts Center - 608 New York Ave, Sheboygan, WI
Jake's Cafe - 529 Ontario Ave, Sheboygan, WI

Thursday, January 15th 1:00-8:00 p.m.
EBCO Stage Works - 1221 Erie Ave, Sheboygan, WI
TYA Theater Factory - 1305 St. Clair Ave, Sheboygan, WI

Exhibitions of Learning give students an authentic means of communicating their ideas and learning through semester-long projects. All IDEAS students are enrolled in what we call IDEAS Block, which is a combined inquiry and studio period. Students begin the semester by making observations about themselves, their community, and the world around them. They then craft generative questions that guide their academic research. Through a scaffolded research process, students explore disciplinary foundations as well as contemporary voices that inform, extend, and complicate their inquiry. One outcome of this process is an original thesis. Through a formal paper with an annotated bibliography and at Exhibitions of Learning, students share and defend their thesis. To further their understanding and engage others in new thinking, students create an original interpretation of their ideas. 

Please join us for two evenings of thought-provoking conversation and original work! 

Our featured projects for this semester, include the following:

Tuesday, Jan. 13 John Michael Kohler Art Center, PERFORMANCES:

5:00 p.m.: Caleb Klinzing and Simon Ulrich, Effects of Child Labor
5:20 p.m.: Cassie Grande, Sydney Fetterer, Caroline Judnic, Isabel Cerda and Rayne O’Muineachan, Relationships with Alzheimers
5:40 p.m.: Autumn Willard, W.Wars
6:00 p.m.: Arthur Xiong, A Diffusion Between Culture and Prenatal Health
6:20 p.m.: TJ Payne, Poverty Lines
6:40 p.m.: Astreya Rincon-Frias, Lydia Medina, Kera O’Connor, & Destiny Montemayor, Celebrities: Money, Media, Mental Illness and Paparazzi
7:20 p.m.: Madison O’Brien and Karyn Attipoe, Cute vs. Sexy: Gender Roles in South Korea

Tuesday, Jan. 13 Jake's Cafe, ROUNDTABLES: 5:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Ryan Mueller, Influences of Pain Management
Erik Tetschlag, Davina Boykin, Felicity Mueller and Sheyenne Morales, Electrathon Racecar Prototype
Jacob Bartz, Cell Phone Camera Enhancements Patent Project

Tuesday, Jan. 13 Jake's Cafe, FILM:
7:00 p.m.: Taryn Wield and Ashlie Yang, Ensuring Educational Success
7:20 p.m.: Kade Byrand, Life Goes On

Thursday, Jan. 15 Theater For Young Audiences Factory, PRESENTATIONS:
7:00 p.m.: Hannah Staats, Psychology's Influence on Culture
7:20 p.m.: Casey Jordi, Language vs. Texting

Thursday, Jan. 15 StageWorks (EBCO Venture Center), GALLERY WALK: 2:30-5:00 p.m.
Lydia Waniorek, Behavior, Self-Identity, Stereotypes
Hannah Olmedo, Evolution of Makeup

Thursday, Jan. 15 StageWorks (EBCO Venture Center), PERFORMANCES:
7:00 p.m.: Sophie Stone, Rethinking the Inevitable is Inevitable, So I’m Going to Do it
7:20 p.m.: Keira Collin, Bayden Dassler and Tim Olszewski, Maturity: Technology, Parenting, and Musical Influences

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    Sarah Williams created visual and poetic interpretations of her research on racial bias and police training.

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    Davina Boykin articulates the process and models for an electrathon car. Her exhibition will be a roundtable, where she will get feedback from engineering peers and professionals.

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