for the Arts
Site includes arts research, links, programs and grants to develop community
and school involvement in the arts.>
arts and education information network established and developed by the John F
Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts
with additional support from the US Department of Education. Includes arts
education news, curriculum standards and ideas, links and other resources.
Projects involves collaborations between Carnegie Hall and selected area
schools, designed to introduce students and teachers to classical music and
involving use of educational, exhibition and archival facilities at Carnegie
Its website was developed with funding from the Performing Arts
Multimedia Library Project, funded by the Australian Government. Includes an
interactive educational section encouraging the user to compose, deconstruct
and analyse a musical score.
The In Schools music education program includes Baroque
On! an internet project for secondary students in Australia, Britain,
Singapore and Hong Kong, developed in collaboration with the British Council,
Australian Broadcasting Corporation and Wigmore Hall.
education unit offers a range of activities for students from kindergarten to
tertiary level, talented young musicians and adults, including K-12 concerts
and services, open rehearsals and a young artists program.
Pulse, the STC’s youth and education program, offers products,
workshops and syllabus-based activities designed to illuminate and enliven
studies. Also hosts the Young Playwright's Award.