This spring, Orchestra of St. Luke's is proud to collaborate with Taylor 2 of Paul Taylor America Modern Dance. Taylor's most famous dances - Esplanade and Profiles - endeavor to reenact our everyday movements and interactions with one another through the spectacular music of J.S. Bach and Jan Radzynski.
Hands-on educational workshops. Prestigious keynote speakers. World-class performances.
Immersive professional development like you've never seen before.
For three weeks during the summer of 2017, Lincoln Center opens its doors to artists, educators, teaching artists and participants from around the world who are interested in the intersection of arts, education and community.
On January 24, 2017 Exploring the Arts held a workshop on Culturally Inclusive Arts Education for teachers and administrators in our Partner School Network. Cultural strategist, Keonna Hendrick lead participants to consider new practices and attitudes for developing stronger relationships with diverse learners, artists and artworks, while improving cultural competency skills for multicultural art education.
Teaching Living Cultures (TLC) is a PreK-12 arts education program of the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute in Harlem that immerses students in the music, dance, theater, moving image, and the visual arts of the African Diaspora. Beyond providing high caliber arts-based educational programs that meet NY State Common Core Standards, TLC addresses the crisis of disengagement and exclusion amongst Black and Latino youth.
Watch Carnegie Hall master classes with renowned opera singer Joyce DiDonato for free here!
For the 41st season, Carnegie Hall and its partner institutions bring thrilling free concerts to neighborhoods in all five boroughs. Whether it’s a sizzling Latin band rocking the roof off a museum or one of the city’s finest chamber ensembles electrifying an audience in a historic library, these concerts showcase established main stage artists as well as exciting rising stars of jazz, pop, and world music.
This article highlights an example of a High School geometry teacher in the Bronx that has an arts-rich, "flipped" classroom model.
CAM is an organic mapping project that identifies cultural resources along LA's Metro lines, municipal and school district boundaries. Arts for LA built this tool to identify, connect and grow cultural resources...