AND THEN THEY CAME FOR ME:
REMEMBERING THE WORLD OF ANNE FRANK
And Then They Came For Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank is a multimedia journey into the lives of two Holocaust survivors. Click on the poster (left) to view the trailer.
Directed by Kris Winter and Tami Weiss, "And Then They Came for Me" was A.I.M.'s opening event (March, 2015), a production that encompassed arts integration through a deeply moving true story about the lives of Eva Schloss and Ed Silverburg.
DON'T LAUGH AT ME - PETER YARROW CONCERT
The song "Don't Laugh At Me" was written by Allen Shamblin and Steve Seskin. Yarrow performed the song live while this slideshow featuring Menomonie's children played in the background. Their photographs captured their response to the question, "What does it feel like to be bullied?"
This slideshow was created by A.I.M. Executive Director, Dr. Tami Rae Weiss. No copyright infringement intended.
Arts Integration Menomonie's anti-bullying event with Peter Yarrow (of legendary music group Peter, Paul, and Mary) called: Operation Respect.
ARTS INTEGRATION MURAL
These videos explain the goals of Arts Integration Menomonie (A.I.M.) through the painting of a large-scale mural. Dr. Tami Rae Weiss volunteered to paint the mural on behalf of A.I.M. to thank and honor teachers.
A.I.M.'s first video!
This video features Executive Director, Dr. Tami Rae Weiss, as she narrates and illustrates the beginnings of A.I.M.'s Co-Teaching In and Through the Arts (C.I.T.A.) program. The C.I.T.A. program has evolved over the years, but its focus remains on co-teaching between teacher and artist, exploring arts-integrated teaching practices for improved student engagement and enhanced teacher confidence.