Settlement’s Kardon Center for Arts Therapy is bringing together individuals affected by paralysis as a result of a brain or spinal cord injury for in-person and virtual art therapy sessions.
The Philadelphia Business Journal recognizes CFOs in the region who have risen to the challenge not just this past year, but throughout their careers.
Settlement CEO Helen Eaton shared her experience leading innovation at a legacy community arts school during the Innov8rs Connect Unconference, a collaborative learning event featuring a list of presenters from around the world.
“A lifeline amidst this terrible year.” That is how New York Times Bestselling Author Jennifer Weiner describes what Settlement Music School offered her this past year. Her piece, featured in the June edition of Philadelphia Magazine, focused on how music helped people stay connected to each other and to their shared humanity during the pandemic.
Settlement Music School is now offering Creative Release, a four-week children’s online movement class, facilitated by trained dance/movement therapist, Daniella Brown.
The full performance premiered on Sunday, February 14, and is available on our YouTube channel, so you can watch, re-watch, and share with all your friends!
While masked and socially distanced, Khiree Stewart jumped right in for live demo lessons with faculty members Andy Thierauf, Daniella Brown, and Ian Sadock.