Three classes of fourth-grade students at Roberto Clemente School No. 8 in Rochester were recently able to study colonial America in a unique way. Guided by Project U.N.I.Q.U.E. artist Maria Scipione, they learned through hand-on lessons and role-playing, and the program culminated with a Jan. 11 performance at the school. The event was the first program of the Gisela Fritzsching Memorial Residency Fund, created in the memory of the Brockport professor and theater artist.
(EMC video by Jeff Witherow)
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