A world of authentic art experiences.
Teaching the art of storytelling to speakers within the Refugee Speakers Bureau (RSB) and to “Third Culture Kids” at Centennial High School.
Expanding cultural and social awareness and fostering higher-order critical thinking skills through creativity, artistry, and responsive audience interaction.
The Sun Valley Museum of Arts provides arts education services to students from 4th grade through high school.
Theater camps for youth ages 6 – 16 in the Magic Valley.
Bringing the magic of storytelling to underserved students in Caldwell.
Connecting with students through online (this year!) theatrical productions.
Online auditions and rehearsals culminate in a 3-day video shoot of the musical Gretel.
A study of the colonization of the West through playwriting and boat building at Palouse Prairie Charter School in Moscow.
Bringing a rich array of musical and artistic offerings to the youth of Sandpoint.
Students conceive, write, produce and perform in their own original production at Boise Contemporary Theater.
A three-week summer day camp providing students and their families with experience in all aspects of the performing arts.
Presenting John Davies’ opera to over 22,000 children from 70 elementary & middle schools in the Treasure Valley.
Four music and theater programs in Canyon County celebrate women in the arts.
Touring theater and education programs reaching 50,000 students throughout Idaho.
Bringing professional dance, music, theater, and other performers to Pend Oreille schools.
Seven Devils Playwrights Conference has partnered with McCall Donnelly High School since its inception in 2001 developing the work of over 80 students.
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.
WINDOWS programs seek to give students a better understanding of cultures through the arts.
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.
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.
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.
The program consists of two components: after-school courses and in-school workshops creating new works of theater.
In 2018, 379 students from the rural districts of McCall, Donnelly, and New Meadows participated in the McCall Arts and Humanities Council’s Art School program. Fifth graders_
Idaho Shakespeare Festival’s mission is to : produce great theater, entertain, and educate and to realize that mission, it provides professional theater, arts education, and outreach programs_
A cornerstone of the College of Southern Idaho’s mission statement is to provide cultural opportunities for the community. To that end, the Arts on Tour performing arts_
The Caldwell Fine Arts emPOWERme Arts Education Program sought to give students experience in the arts that increased tolerance and promoted self-confidence. As part of the 11_
This grant supported Arts Education outreach for the Idaho Falls Arts Council for FY2017-2018. This included field trips, art classes, and family programs at ARTitorium, and matinee_
For 20 days in the fall 2016 and spring 2017 Latino middle school students, boys and girls from Garden City and Nampa took part in motivational and_