Photo by:Clay McBride
Welcome to The Lied Center of Kansas Studio Lied website for the Eileen Ivers and Immigrant Soul! The bandwill perform in Lawrence at The Lied Center of Kansas on Friday, March 3, 2006 at 7:30 p.m. This website is your ticket "beyond the stage." We hope these materials open doors, spark your exploration of music and the world around you, and most of all, enhance your enjoyment of Eileen Ivers and Immigrant Soul and the performing arts.
Studio Lied is an integrated program for secondary students and their
teachers, as well as all those interested in learning
more about the artists, the art form and the creative process.
It is part of the Adventures
in Imagination program and includes online study materials, discussions
and Lied Center performances. The Studio Lied program for Eileen Ivers and Immigrant Soul includes the following opportunities:
This online Studio Lied website with background information, as well as activities for students and teachers.
A pre-performance lecture on Conflict and Creativity: Ireland and the Immigrant Soul, Tuesday, February 21, 7:30 p.m., in the Hall Center for the Humanities Conference Hall. Kathryn Conrad of the KU English Department will address cultural issues. Artistic considerations will be explored by Bob McWilliams, Moderator of jazz on KPR.
An exhibit in the Lied Center lobby entitled A Closer Look at Ireland, on display November 15, 2005 through March 6, 2006.
A public performance by Eileen Ivers and Immigrant Soul on, Friday, March 3, 2006, at 7:30 p.m., Lied Center.
A post-performance Coffee and Conversation with the Artists in the Lied Center’s second floor lobby immediately following the performance.
Click here for information on how you can participate in the Eileen Ivers and Immigrant Soul program, and to learn more about the entire Studio Lied program.
This WebsiteOn this Studio Lied website, we will learn about the Eileen Ivers and Immigrant Soul artists and performance and explore conflict and creativity as they relate to life and identity in Ireland today. You will be introduced to the artists themselves and their cultural heritage. Included in this site are opportunities to interact and consider your own ideas on issues related to conflict and creativity.
As you navigate the website, you will notice four icons.
The artists in this year’s World Series performances come
from countries challenged by conflict, revolution, reform and hardship.
This theme will lend itself to a wide range of teaching and learning
opportunities, which we will support with activities on this site
and with other websites to explore. World Series performances offer
exciting gateways through which to expand awareness of such areas
as current social-political events, the importance of history and
geography, and the challenges and opportunities of living on a culturally
To help you and your students get the most from this website and the entire Eileen Ivers and Immigrant Soul Studio Lied program, please refer to the section on Teacher Resources & Suggested to the Standards. The curricular ties, identified by USD 497 teachers, can assist and support educators in using the Studio Lied integrated program in classroom curriculum.
The information on this website was developed through the collaborative efforts of Lied Center staff, writer Sandra Sanders, and the use of promotional materials from the performers. All rights are reserved by the creators. It is intended for educational purposes only and may not be reproduced or used for any other purpose without the written consent of the Lied Center.