LLI: Why Are There Yellow Buses at the Hylton Center?
|Presented By||Lifelong Learning Institute, Manassas|
|When/Where||Tuesday, May 14, 2019 10:30am||Hylton Performing Arts Center, Gregory Family Theater, Science and Technology|
PAK’s Mission of Education
Facilitators: Claire Machosky and Marit Majeske
Performing Arts for Kids, also known as PAK, is a non-profit organization that works exclusively with the Hylton Performing Arts Center to provide a rich cultural repertoire for school age children. Since 2013, PAK has supported programming at the Hylton for over 30,000 students from the public schools of Prince William County and the cities of Manassas and Manassas Park. This is an opportunity to learn about the work of the Hylton Education Committee and to share your ideas that will contribute to the continued success of kids and the arts in Prince William County. The facilitators will be joined by other staff and community representatives for this interactive program.
Claire Machosky-Ullman is a retired New York teacher and school administrator, who resides in Prince William County. She has served as the Occoquan Bicentennial Chairperson, the Odyssey of the Mind school coordinator for Gravely Elementary School and is currently co- chair of the Hylton Education Committee. Claire is a charter member of Performing Arts for Kids and is currently its vice-chairperson.
Marit Majeske has been the front of house manager at the Hylton Performing Arts Center since it opened in May 2010. In October 2016, she took on the additional role of interim education coordinator, working with local school systems to provide diverse arts experiences to local students. Prior to joining the staff at the Hylton Center, she worked as an assistant house manager at Ford’s Theater and a volunteer intern with the Performing Arts for Everyone and Kennedy Center Friends offices at the Kennedy Center. Marit holds a bachelor's degree in music and broadcast journalism from Winthrop University (Rock Hill, S.C,) and a master’s in arts management from George Mason University. She received the Kennedy Center Leadership Exchange in Arts and Disability (LEAD) Emerging Leader Award in August 2014.
This event is open to the public. For more information about the Lifelong Learning Institute, Manassas, visit: lli-manassas.org