Music is more than just a hobby and passion for your students, it’s a means of expression and a way they identify with and shape their cultural identity. The GRAMMY Museum’s mission is to help students use music as a gateway to learning and as a way to inspire and cultivate creativity and critical thinking. We invite you to immerse your students in a cutting-edge experience complete with interactive exhibits, films and artifacts. Students will leave inspired to continue learning and will be more aware of how music impacts many aspects of society.
Bob Dylan and 1960s America
A Master Class with Bob Santelli
Sunday, January 11, 18, 25, 2015 2:00pm-3:30pm
Bob Dylan helped define America in the 1960s. Thanks to his compelling catalogue of songs of conscience, Dylan put his mark on the Civil Rights Movement, the Vietnam War, the Generation Gap, and the many other cultural twists and turns of this nation's most tumultuous decade of the 20th century. In honor of MusiCares' selection of Bob Dylan as its 2015 Person of the Year, the GRAMMY Museum will present a three-part seminar called "Bob Dylan and 1960s America" next month in the museum's Clive Davis Theater. Open to all GRAMMY Museum members, the mini-course will be led by Executive Director Bob Santelli, whose book,The Bob Dylan Scrapbook was a New York Times bestseller and was chosen as the companion book to Martin Scorsese's acclaimed PBS Dylan documentary, No Direction Home.