2018-19 Performing Arts Series for Students
Experience the energy of live dance, drama, and more in our intimate 300-seat Carriage House Theatre. Featuring performances by world-class artists, these shows are a perfect launching point for either your classroom or homeschool curriculum.
Plus, the 2018-2019 season features an especially exciting lineup of performances that examine timely social themes giving platform to diverse cultural perspectives.
• Tickets: $7
• Each performance has 2 showings: 9:30AM and 11:30AM.
• Scholarships available; call the box office for information
Jean-Michel and the Be-Bop Kingspresented by JazzReach
Friday, February 1, 2019, 9:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.
Student matinees cover a wonderful spectrum of art forms and world cultures, and include programs suitable for all grades. Our matinee programs are open to all Bay Area K-12 schools and teachers. Tickets are just $8 each, with scholarship assistance available. To purchase matinee tickets for your student group or to participate in any of the programs below, please download our order form or contact Ben Frandzel at email@example.com. Online ordering available.
ERIC OWENS AND LAWRENCE BROWNLEE
Thu, Feb 14, 2019, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM | Bing Concert Hall
Tenor Lawrence Brownlee and bass-baritone Eric Owens are frequent stars at the Metropolitan Opera, San Francisco Opera, and on stages worldwide. They’ll share the stage in a program of opera arias, American popular songs, gospel and spirituals. Suggested for grades 1-12.
To learn more about our free community programs offered off and on the Stanford campus, click here.
For Santa Cruz Residents:
The Luna Dance Institute is proud to offer
Developing & Implementing Dance Curriculua is an introductory course for all teachers that covers structuring dance lessons, dance integration & human development
Guest workshops, Community Panels on Dance & Disability as well as Equity in Dance.
Visit their website for more information.
The Student Voices Campaign is an annual statewide creative video campaign for students (grades 7-12) to make their voices heard! Students create original videos that show why the arts matter and send them to their school board.
Make the power of arts education visible and valued: Recruit teachers in your district or county to participate using our Classroom Guide. We're currently recruiting classroom teachers of any subject) To take part in the project, students create short original videos (2 minutes or less) that show why the arts matter, and write an advocacy message addressing their school district leaders to go along with their video. (You can read more here, and refer to our Classroom Guide.)