Julia Sharpe-Levine is an artist, educator, writer, and activist living in Brooklyn. She serves as Arts and Education Program Director at the African American Policy Forum and the Center for Intersectionality and Social Policy Studies at Columbia University. She’s led workshops on theatre and social engagement, and has written articles on the intersections of arts and politics for publications such as the Huffington Post and Rewire Magazine. She has a Master’s degree in Applied Theatre from CUNY’s School of Professional Studies and a Bachelor’s degree in drama and Chinese from Vassar College.
Today, we are reaffirming our promise to serve all of New York City’s children. NYCCT will continue to promote diversity, teaching children that everyone’s story belongs on stage – and that their lives matter.
Today’s book recommendation, Hairy, Scary, Ordinary, explores how adjectives help us describe people, places, and more in our stories! Read the book and then write your own adjective-filled story with our activity book!