Goals and Objectives:
To investigate, explore and deliver non-traditional artistic solutions for successfully engaging and teaching common core curriculum and demonstrating unique approaches to deliver this curriculum.
To investigate, explore and deliver non-traditional artistic solutions for successfully engaging and fostering coexistence and collaboration in the workplace.
To investigate, explore and deliver non-traditional artistic solutions for successfully engaging communities in creatively coexisting and collaborating.
To present art that embodies our core values of Collaboration, Coexistence and Community.
ABOUT THE FOUNDER
Khaleshia Thorpe-Price is the owner and Master Teaching Artist at Dramatic Play. She is an Imagination Cultivator. Khaleshia is a versatile creator and educator. She aims to dazzle participants with the love of play and creative exploration. She has worked in the field of arts education for over 20 years.
In addition to her work at Dramatic Play, Khaleshia is a Master Teaching Artist with the Wolf Trap Institute for Early Learning through the Arts and she is a Maryland State Arts Council Roster Artist. She has facilitated residencies and workshops for children and adults nationally.
Khaleshia has worked and collaborated with many organizations including, Folger Shakespeare Library, Shakespeare Theatre Company and the Ford's Theater.
Khaleshia is the Maryland Director for Teaching Artists of the Mid-Atlantic (TAMA), a network that advocates for, empowers, and supports Teaching Artists throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. She has a BA in Theater Arts from Morgan State University and an MA in Arts Management from the University of Central Florida.