A world of authentic art experiences.
The Sun Valley Museum of Arts provides arts education services to students from 4th grade through high school.
Offering art classes one day a week for all students in grades PK-8
The Art Museum is a regional hub of arts education in eastern Idaho, serving 1,100 students annually.
Professional teaching-writers tailor individual programs for Treasure Valley schools and juvenile detention centers
Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company leads a week-long dance residency in West Ada County.
Theater camps for youth ages 6 – 16 in the Magic Valley.
Teaching dance, communication, and building confidence through Ballet Idaho’s 10-week class for elementary students.
Boise Art Museum creates online curricular materials for arts education at home.
Instructional video production, a student recording session, and multiple online and in-person performances.
Bringing the magic of storytelling to underserved students in Caldwell.
5 days of samba workshops at the Cascade Cultural Arts Center
Providing 25 outreach programs by professional artists to 14 schools in Latah, Nez Perce and Benewah Counties.
The Idaho Falls Arts Council provided over 3,000 students with field trips to explore the visual arts.
18 artist residencies provide accessible, inclusive, and participatory arts experiences for students with disabilities or significant health care issues .
Connecting with students through online (this year!) theatrical productions.
Online auditions and rehearsals culminate in a 3-day video shoot of the musical Gretel.
Weekly group strings instruction (viola, violin and cello) for 27 youth ages 8-14 for 45 weeks in Cascade and McCall.
Opera Idaho’s 40-minute, online opera program for students throughout Idaho.
A study of the colonization of the West through playwriting and boat building at Palouse Prairie Charter School in Moscow.
ASAP is a small size, long term engagement program for 6-11 year-old students at the Prichard Gallery in Moscow.
Teaching students podcasting, audio production, and media literacy by creating content for radio.
315 students in grades K-5 at Sorensen Magnet school collaborated with Spokane Washington based artist Melissa Cole to create a vibrant external mosaic and painted mural.
Weekly workshops exploring writing, storytelling, and music for Latino students
Virtual classroom visits and Take Away kits providing teachers, parents, and students with poems and prompts for the study and performance of poetry.
Bringing a rich array of musical and artistic offerings to the youth of Sandpoint.