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
Mosaic presented by MoveSpeakSpin
April 12 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 firstname.lastname@example.org. Online ordering available.
Thu, Apr 18, 2019, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM | Bing Concert Hall
With their "mix of consummate skill and quirky charm" (New York Times), Sō Percussion introduces and performs on a global array of instruments, and invites students to clap, sing, stomp, and dance as they learn a world of rhythms. Students will learn musical elements such as call and response, and be introduced to contemporary music inspired by traditions from various cultures. Suggested for grades K-6.
To learn more about our free community programs offered off and on the Stanford campus, click here.
For Santa Cruz Residents:
Register for Luna Dance Institute PLs here.
Visit their website for more information.
Request for Submissions 2019
Downtown Doors is an art competition and outdoor exhibit produced by the San Jose Downtown Foundation (SJDF). The program is designed to give middle school and high school students a real life opportunity to learn how publicly displayed art is selected and installed as well as provide an opportunity to build upon their current artistic skills. Additionally, the program provides a way for the youth of Santa Clara County ot be involved in shaping their urban environment.
Submissions are due by March 22, 2019.
Visit theSJDF website for more information.