All of our programs, projects and experiments are designed with the goal of learning something that will be of value to kids, educators or the community at large. We run the gamut from qualitative ethnographic case studies to quantitative experimental designs. Check out our work so far!
In the summer of 2015, foundry10 partnered with the Shoreline School District to offer the dramatic arts as part of a summer intervention for incoming third grade students testing below average in reading.
Working with dance students, we frequently encounter performance anxiety and frustration. However, we believe that encountering and overcoming these difficult feelings is one of the biggest challenges through which Hip Hop, and dance in general, creates value for students of all skill levels.
This study will be running this coming school year in partnership with Dr. Jason Yip and Dr. Jinha Lee from the University of Washington iSchool and in conjunction with the Seattle Public Libraries. We are intrigued by the idea of libraries as community spaces, rooted in storytelling, that appeal to multiple generations. We want to...