A world of authentic art experiences.
Opera Idaho presents “Rusalka: A Mermaid’s Tale” to 8,220 students in elementary and middle schools throughout Idaho.
Students at Palouse Prairie Charter School embark on an artist-led exploration of westward expansion, the indigenous peoples of Idaho, and the meaning of “culture.”
Supporting art-based education initiatives for K-12 students in Salmon.
Inviting over 1,300 students into the Sun Valley Museum of Art to tour exhibitions, discuss artwork, and create a hands-on project.
Providing hands-on visual art education for K-8th grade students.
The Art Museum of Eastern Idaho brings museum-caliber visual art experiences into elementary school classrooms to strengthen students’ skills in the arts.
The Cabin brings professional teaching-writers into Treasure Valley schools, juvenile detention, and community learning centers.
A month-long, tuition-free theater program for high-school aged youth in the Wood River Valley.
TRICA brings world-class instructors from across the United States and Mexico to lead immersive youth dance camps.
Providing high school students with advanced instruction in creative writing at Harriman State Park.
McCall Music Society brings after-school violin and cello instruction to Barbara Morgan Elementary School.
Arts on Tour brings world-class performers to Magic Valley students, free of charge.
Professional Bluegrass and Americana Folk musicians teach drums, guitar, banjo, fiddle, vocals and songwriting.
Ballet Idaho brings 10 week artist-in-residence dance programs to Boise students.
Engaging 87 youth in music theory, theater, ukulele, the visual arts, piano, and orchestra.
Boise Art Museum brings visual art education to public schools throughout Idaho with no geographic limitations.
Boise Contemporary Theater’s core education program helps youth collaborate to conceive, write and perform original plays.
Boise Philharmonic presents Youth Orchestra for 151 high school students, and in-classroom curriculum Sonic Boom.
Caldwell Fine Arts provides underserved and rural schools with arts opportunities that explore aspirations, dreams, and goals.
Moscow Arts Commission provides art supplies and curriculum for K-12 students.
Providing dance education from diverse, professional artists reaching students in 14 schools in Latah, Nez Perce and Benewah Counties.
Developing student playwrights at McCall Donnelly High School.
Idaho Falls Art Council presents field trips focused on visual art at the ARTitorium.
Presenting free music education opportunities to participating schools and families.
Mentees in dance, theater production, and directing work closely with professional production staff.
Idaho Parents Unlimited provides 18 artist-led residencies for students of all abilities in Idaho’s community centers, public schools, and juvenile facilities.
Idaho Shakespeare Festival brings professional theater productions to schools throughout Idaho.
Idaho Latino Scholarship Foundation presents a concert celebrating Latino contributions to Idaho.
Idaho State Civic Symphony engages 4th grade students and music educators in a seven-month project involving curriculum, rehearsal, and performance.
Multi-disciplinary workshops motivating middle school students to stay in school.
Lapwai Middle-High School’s Native American Arts/Culture Program preserves and revives arts and crafts knowledge and skills.