A world of authentic art experiences.
Artist Educator, Cassie Angley, worked closely with students at Taft Elementary to initiate two Readers Theater Workshops for youth.
Missoula Children’s Theatre engaged students in a week long theatrical workshop commencing with a production of the students work.
Writers in the Schools (WITS) provides students, many of whom are at-risk and under-served, the chance to improve their reading and writing skills.
Year of the Brass is a project that connects brass players in grades 5-12 with professional musicians.
Taught by highly trained music instructors, the summer camp provides classes to families where music education has otherwise diminished.
334 students from the rural districts of McCall, Donnelly, and New Meadows participated in the Art School program under the tutelage of professional artists.
The Explore Music! program provides an array of programs for students from across the Treasure Valley supporting and introducing classical music.
Festival Dance sponsored five Youthreach projects featuring professional touring companies reaching over 2,000 students and teachers in Northern Idaho.
Approximately 8,000 Idaho students and their teachers experienced a school tour through the Free School Tour Program.
WINDOWS programs seek to give students a better understanding of cultures through the arts.
5,432 elementary students from schools in Eastern Idaho participated in Visual Arts Education at the ARTitorium in Idaho Falls.
Anna Young’s opera The Enchanted Forest was presented to elementary and middle schools featuring 51 performances and reaching nearly 20,000 students.
Artist in Residence program provides arts education to students with special needs across Idaho in community centers and public schools.
The (HMS) program expands performing arts opportunities in McCall’s rural area, providing a youth orchestra and private lessons.
The (LTD) program places a professional dance educator in third grade classrooms for 10 weeks to teach students basic movements and terminology.
In partnership with the Magic Valley Arts Council and school districts, Arts on Tour brings a number of performances to local students.
Various programs are designed to provide music education to local students and foster music appreciation in the next generation.
Company of Fool’s Teaching artists teach theatre to a total of 89 classes, working with over 1400 students in the Blaine County elementary schools.
80 students from McCall Donnelly HS write original plays, receive feedback , begin rehearsal process, and then perform their works free to the public.
Two outreach programs are including an after school long-term engagement program and school tours surrounding the Moscow-Pullman area.
The Art Museum of Eastern Idaho brings students for guided exhibit tours with related art lessons, and provides educational opportunities for educators.
The Festival travels the state—into small towns, rural settings and remote locales—reaching roughly 50,000 students and teachers each year from February to May.
This residency brought 9 Repertory Dance Theatre professionals to West Ada schools for three days of building dance literacy
250 Cascade students were introduced to Brazilian samba and Japanese taiko with a week long outreach.
BCT Theater Lab offers students workshops to not only appear in a play, but also to conceive, write, produce and perform in their own original productions.
Through workshops, conferencing, and hands-on activities, students engage in writing for personal growth and to understand the creative process.
Kids Mountain Music Camp (KMMC) is a three day music and singing workshop in McCall that culminates in a performance at local’s night at the Summer Music_