Chicago Maritime Festival Outreach Performances
(For schools and other organizations.)
To book an outreach performance click Chris Kastle.
Large Group Performance - Let The Waves Roll High!
© Tom and Chris Kastle 2001
The Chicago Maritime Festival offers programs to area schools, libraries and senior centers. The festival underwrites most of the outreach program cost; however, a token fee of $75 per performance is required. There are a limited number of performances available February 20 through February 22, 2013. Call 773-576-7245 for more information or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Featured Artists 2013: Tom and Chris Kastle, Forebitter, David Jones, Talitha MacKenzie, and Lee Murdock.
(One or more of the featured artists will present at each performance.)
"Come hoist the hook and ride the tides". Set sail to a shanty with featured performers from the Chicago Maritime Festival. Learn about life on board ship in days gone by and how you can join the crew of a Tall Ship today! The program is a 45-50 minute concert/lecture, which includes songs and stories such as "Let the Waves Roll High", "Haul Away Joe," "John Kanaka", "The Pirate" and "Strike the Bell", among many others.
This program complements the following Illinois State Board of Education State Goals and Chicago Academic Standards:
State Goal 16 - Understand events, treads, individuals and movements shaping the history of Illinois, the United States and other Nations.
State Goal 17 - Understand world geography and the effects of geography on society, with an emphasis on the United States.
State Goal 18 - Understand social systems with an emphasis on the United States.
State Goal 25 - Know the language of the arts.
State Goal 27 - Understanding the role of the arts in civilization, past and present.
Classroom Workshop - The Art of Ship in a Bottle
A single complementary classroom workshop is offered to a school with each outreach performance that is booked. The presenter in 2012 is Glen Braun.
The Art of Ship in a Bottle with Glenn Braun Learn the art and technique of this centuries old craft from a master along with other ship model building tips and demonstrations. Glenn Braun built his first ship model at age six and has since built models professionally most of his adult life. With hundreds of models, ships-in-the-bottle, wood carvings, and other maritime related arts to his credit, Glenn's work can be seen in museums and private collections all over the globe. After almost twenty years at the South Street Seaport Museum in New York City, Glenn has recently relocated to the Chicago area, wading into the rich traditions of the Great Lakes, the Mississippi, and other waterways of the Midwest.
Chicago History Museum Field Trip
LET THE WAVES ROLL HIGH! on February 22, 2013, 10:30 am. Book directly online http://chicagohistory.org/education/fieldtrip/student-programs