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Creative Play for Young Children


Abrakadoodle Summer Camp

Creative Drama/Art program for children designed by Harriet Lynn

http://www.abrakadoodle.com/MD01/news.html

LIFE STORIES-The PLAYSHOP!


Facilitated by,


Harriet Lynn, B.F.A., M.S.

Producer/Artistic Director

Heritage Theatre Artists’ Consortium



Life Stories - The Playshop! is an opportunity for participants

to share their "life stories” in a safe and supportive atmosphere.

 

Participants explore moments in their lives and create

a fitting performance piece including documentation. 


Facilitator serves as guide to activate this process

for participants to be in touch with and expressing their authentic self.

(Audiotaping and photography can be included).


Presented in various forms and venues as:


QM2

Senior Theatre Ship to Shore Trans-Atlantic Cruise

New York City to London

Summer 2005


Life Stories -The Playshop!

presented at

ATHE Conference - August  2006 - Chicago, IL


Life Stories - The Playshop!

Senior Theatre League of America Conference

October 2006  - St. Louis, MO


Ahimsa Yoga Center

Baltimore, MD

(including meditation and visual arts)


Life Stories/Life Lessons

Ivy Family Support Center

Baltimore, MD

presented at

OHMAR Spring 2006 Conference,

Park School, Creative Alliance, Waxter Center,

Towson University (Multi-Cultural Conference  2006)


Seasons of our Lives - The Musical!

Original production based on lives of participants

Jewish Community Center

Baltimore, MD


and other venues


This versatile program is ideally suited for senior adult communities

in many venues including assisted living facilities, day care centers, Alzheimer’s patients,

religious and social community groups who care to document their stories and present to community.


Thank you, Harriet.  I had a wonderful time at the (STLA) conference and I especially enjoyed your workshop.  You're a great facilitator. I returned with some wonderful techniques in mind to expound on and explore with a writing ministry I'm endeavoring to start at my church in Brooklyn.  I look forward to working with you again. 

                                                                                                                                                                    

                                                                                                                                                                     Mary B.

Brooklyn, NY


                                                                                                                                                                       

Facilitator: Harriet Lynn has produced and directed theatre and

movement performances, workshops and training sessions in arts,

humanities and wellness related programs for over 30 years.


Ms. Lynn is the Artistic Director of the Howard County Arts Council’s Fabulous 50+ Players,

a senior theatre company since 2000, and has been a social programming

and wellness consultant with federal and local government agencies

for senior adults and intergenerational groups including

the Eating Together and Baltimore City Recreation & Parks - Senior Division. 




websites:     www.ohmar.org

Time Slips

Creative Storytelling Project


Harriet Lynn received training in methodology from Time Slips creator,  and conducted programs at

such institutions as Holland Manor Assisted Living and Courtland Gardens Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, a LifeBridge Health Center

Communications Training


On-Camera    Podium     Interview    Interpersonal


for Business and Corporate Professionals, Educators, Medical, Government, Institution Leaders and Performing Artists

Since 1982 Harriet Lynn has conducted numerous training programs and has taught hundreds of individuals  through her company,

Communications Health, Network, Inc.


One-on-One and Group Training   Contact  hlynn@umbc.edu for further information

Programs available for:


Children

Adults

Senior Adults

Alzheimer’s/Dementia  individuals

Intergenerational




Theatre/Creative

Drama

Communications/ Training

Docent Training


Movement

T’ai Chi


Interdisciplinary


Peer Reviewer

for Association for

American Museums

T’ai Chi


Instructor:  Harriet Lynn, B.F.A., M.S.






Improve Balance, Alignment & Coordination  

Gain Strength, Endurance & Flexibility

Reduce Stress & Improve Focus

Enhance Breathing Techniques for Increasing Energy

T’ai Chi is a Weight Bearing Exercise

T’ai Chi is a Moving Meditation

T’ai Chi Principles Help Improve

Running, Walking,

  Sports & Fitness Programs

Golf, Tennis

Art Disciplines:

Dance, Theatre, Visual Arts


T’ai  Chi is excellent for individuals of all ages and levels,

and especially for

senior adults for enhancing balance, alignment and breathing.


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Instructor:  Harriet Lynn, BFA, MS, has been teaching a student of  T'ai Chi (Yang Style)

since 1975 and has been teaching for over 25 years.


Harriet Lynn has taught classes and/or presented workshops and programs

T'ai Chi in such institutions as (limited list)


Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Maryland

Celebrity Millennium Cruise Ship - 2014

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)

Union Memorial Hospital

Alzheimer’s Foundation

Association of American Museums Conference 2008

Goucher College

Washington College

Baltimore City

Ahimsa Yoga Center

Cross Keys

Blakehurst


and for many other organizations, government agencies,

associations corporations, businesses, educational institutions,

rehabilitation centers, conferences,  senior adult programs, and assisted living  institutions


Harriet Lynn also  has been a guest presenter teaching T’ai Chi

on various cruise ships including

Royal Cruise and Pearl Cruise Lines

cruising throughout  Indonesia, South East Asia,

China and Europe 


Harriet Lynn has had articles published on the subject of T'ai Chi

appearing in national journals, and national publications including 


Taijiquan in The Workplace

Qi - The Journal of Traditional Eastern

Health & Fitness Journal (Summer 1991)


Get Focused with Ta’i Chi

Dance Spirit


Introduction to T’ai Chi with Harriet Lynn

T’ai Chi training video available

a program of Communications-Health/Network, Inc.


Contact Harriet Lynn at

hlynn@umbc.edu

or ph/fax: 410-235-4457

for additional information on

classes, workshops and video.


2007 -  2008 - 2009


T’AI CHI

DRUID HILL PARK - The Conservatory

Fall 2007


Baltimore City  Community College

South West Senior Center

Spring 2008 & Fall 2008, Spring 2009


ASSOCIATION of AMERICAN MUSEUMS

CONFERENCES

DENVER 2008 - PHILADELPHIA 2009


also performing Ella Joline Gutman Hutzler program

at AAM Conference 2008 - IMTAL sponsored


2009 - 2010 Season


T’ai Chi Introductory Sessions

throughout City for

Baltimore City Recreation & Parks, Inc.


Some sponsors for Ta’i Chi programs include:


Bravo Health


East Baltimore Development, Inc. 




websites:


www.qi-journal.com

 

Heritage Theatre Artists Consortium


116 W.University Parkway     Penthouse 3

Baltimore, MD 21210


ph/fax: 410-235-4457        hlynn@umbc.edu 


www.h-tac.com

Harriet Lynn has trained thousands of individuals during her career.  As an artist and educator she has brought her years of expertise in theatre, communications, movement, t’ai chi, stress management as well as media to assist participants to reach their goals and success.  Her versatility and success in working with ages from the very young to older adults speaks volumes in her ability to be truly a gifted communicator.   Below are some of her diverse programs.

Museum Docent Training


As a facilitator Harriet Lynn of Heritage Theatre Artists’ Consortium has brought her years of experience working as a professional performing artist, educator and communicator to aid those who are engaged in museums.  Her ability to work with museum professionals and volunteer docents to “tell the story” is filled with adaptive methods and techniques to suit fine art museums, historical societies, children museums and science centers.


Upcoming Docent Training Program 2014 - His-Story/Her-Story at Clifton Park Mansion


Harriet Lynn is a member of Association of American Museums (AAM) and appointed to serve as a Peer Reviewer to work with museums to assist them to excel.