All of our programs center on key components of active listening/responding, physical/vocal expressiveness, critical thinking, creative problem-solving, cooperation, and offering/receiving/incorporating feedback.
We hire professional artists with strong teaching backgrounds, because we believe that young people deserve to experience the same high-quality art-making in our classrooms that they see on our stages.
We stress the importance of ensemble as we develop each student’s unique talents, rather than favoring a small number of students as “stars.”
We train many of our artists to work with neurologically atypical students, and we provide basic therapeutic supports in most of our classes.
We group classes by age to place students with developmentally appropriate peers; our teaching artists have the discretion to reassign students at their parents’ request.
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For answers to any questions about classes, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.