Residencies in Schools
We believe that arts in schools transform teaching and learning, and have a life-long, positive impact on students, teachers, and communities. We offer both in-school and after-school residency programs through two primary methods: arts-integration and art for art’s sake.
For more information and to schedule a residency for your classroom, please contact Kristina Hill at email@example.com.
Arts Integration is an approach to teaching in which students construct and demonstrate understanding through an art form. Students engage in a creative process that connects an art form and another subject area and meets evolving objectives in both.
Arts Integration Residencies:
- rely heavily on building relationships between teaching artists and classroom teachers.
- are hands-on and experiential, thus increasing student engagement.
- support and reinforce content-area learning while engaging in the artistic process.
- foster a collaborative learning community where teachers value learning from and alongside their students.
Benefits of Arts-Integrated Residencies:
- Arts and other content areas are taught equitably and assessed equally to advance students’ learning in both subjects.
- Arts integration facilitates deeper learning by identifying natural alignment across academic subjects and among learning standards.
Our largest school partner in arts integrated residency programming is the Creativity CoLaboratory Charter School (C3), located on the Appel Farm Campus! Learn more about C3 and our involvement.
Traditional Visual, Performing & Media Arts Residencies
Traditional Visual, Performing, and Media Arts Residencies allow students to explore a specific artistic discipline in a safe, noncompetitive environment. Traditional Residencies are offered in the following disciplines:
- Visual Arts (Including 2D and 3D Art)
- Theater Performance
- Technical Theater
- Creative Writing
- Arts & Technology (Media Arts)
Traditional Residencies can be offered during school, after school, or at community organizations.