Artists Ross Sutter and Margo McCreary will conduct a two-week artist in residency at Laporte Elementary School in which K-6 students will create and study birds, bird habitat, song, diet, flight, and more.
This project increases access to high quality arts residencies for all Linwood/Monroe K-8 students, supports staff, and artists in developing new skills in planning arts integration residencies, and embeds collaborative response protocols into more areas of our work with students.
Linwood Monroe Arts Plus proposes to engage nine artists to present high quality residencies for all students and professional development for arts specialists. Detailed planning, arts integration, and response protocols are key elements of the plan.
Lionsgate Academy will engage a variety of COMPAS artists over a 2-year period to address the unique learning and developmental needs and styles of students on the autism spectrum through increased opportunities for artistic learning, training, and expression.
Saint Paul Public Schools will increase access to arts learning for underserved African American and other students by establishing two artist residencies in Maxfield Magnet Elementary School that include culturally relevant arts learning experiences for 240 students, community/family events, and teacher/artist professional development.
Montevideo Public Schools' project, "Out the Door, Round the Block: The Art and Science of the Neighborhood," learners of all ages will work with five professional artists to create original works of art to be shared with the community.
In its project, Out the Door, Round the Block: The Art and Science of the Neighborhood, learners of all ages will work with five professional artists to create original works of art to be shared with the community.
Children's Theatre Company will use theater, storytelling, and creative writing to introduce and enrich arts learning for students in grades 4 and 5 through a thirteen-session Neighborhood Bridges theater arts residency which also complements literacy goals.
Students of three distinct Saint Paul school communities housed in one building will come together to create and perform music, theater, visual art, and writing in Jazz at Rondo. Standards-based arts learning will foster development of individual and collective voice.
Students of three distinct Saint Paul school communities, housed in one building, will come together to create and perform music, theater, visual art, and writing in Jazz at Rondo. Standards-based arts learning will foster development of individual and collective voice.
The community of special needs learners at the South Education Center (Richfield) will participate in extended, quality arts learning, increasing their skills in arts participation and producing lasting artwork for the school gardens and entry.
Wadena-Deer Creek students will work with Arts Board teaching artists in theater, visual arts, and music to create works of art using the create, perform, and respond process and to learn creative problem solving strategies enhancing learning across the curriculum.