Join me and my guest, Marsha Gildin, as we talk about giving meaning to the elderly and understanding to kids by them sharing the arts (www.estanyc.org). Marsha holds a Masters in Science in Education from CUNY Queens College and served as Faculty in the Graduate School of Education.
Marsha Gildin is a Master Teaching Artist with Elders Share the Arts (ESTA), which is based in Brooklyn, New York. She has taught drama, puppetry and intergenerational arts to students of all ages and abilities in school and community-based settings since 1974. Her passion is for connecting generations, cultures and communities through the art of storytelling and performance. Marsha is a theatre performer and director of ESTA’s intergenerational living history theatre program. You’re not going to want to miss this one!