Northrop Concerts and Lectures is piloting a community access program designed to build sustainable relationships with four underserved populations; provide programming reflective of cultural identity and interest; remove barriers of participation; and create points of entry/context for performances.
Funds will assist Bemidji State University Theater to produce William Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”, in conjunction with a visiting professional costume designer, for the general public and local schools.
Stage Elements is an eleven-day summer intensive for high school students taught at a college level that introduces participants to the wide variety of theatrical styles and techniques, classical and contemporary, that we teach at the University of Minnesota.
This season features four performances, beginning in October 2010 and ending in April 2011: Cellist Zuill Bailly, the Vienna Choir Boys, the Harlem Gospel Choir, and gypsy violinist Roby Lakatos with his band of gypsy musicians.
The University of Minnesota-Morris Performing Arts Series includes five events presenting high quality and diverse music, theater, and dance performances and associated public educational activities by regional, national, and international artists.
The Arts Education in Minnesota Schools Research Project is surveying all public and private schools to collect baseline data on the status of arts education statewide to serve as a resource for making data-driven decisions. A national research and evaluation company, Quadrant Arts Education Research, is conducting the study, comprised of three elements.
This new initiative aims to increase student achievement in and through the arts in nine west-central Minnesota schools. With the ultimate goal of positively impacting the learning of more than 1,500 students this year in the Lakes Country region, 40 teachers in the arts and in other content areas are engaged in professional development, curriculum development, and assessment literacy, leading to the development and implementation of arts-integrated lessons and units tied to the Minnesota Academic Standards.
This proposal requests $6,000 to help to fund an honorarium that can bring Mr. Tony Wharmby, one of the leading producer/directors of television drama in American and Britain, to St Cloud State University for a two-day public educational lyceum in Septemb
The Cantabile Girls' Choir was invited to perform at the National OAKE convention on March 18, 2011. To create an in-depth experience for the girls, the OAKE performance was flanked with additional tour performances in surrounding locations. On Friday aft