JOLINDA performs at Arts Institute

July 10th, 2002 by Adam

As a part of the annual Arts in Education Institute, members of the PSC community are invited to attend a performance by JOLINDA, a traditional folk music group with Joe Polluck and Linda Goodman from Wilton, N.H.

According to Art Department Chair, Bill Haust, the concert is being held in keeping with the theme of this year’s Arts Institute: Art Partnership: Integration and Inclusion. JOLINDA advocates for the arts for children with disabilities as Joe has congenital blindness. They speak on the topic of blindness and perform in schools throughout the state.

The concert will be held from 7-8 p.m.Thursday, July 11 in
Draper and Maynard room 201. There is no charge for admission, and children and families are welcome to attend.

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