Live Virtual Workshops for Schools & Families:
Meet the Artist or Jam with the Artist
New this season --- an additional option for student enrichment, a live 45-minute virtual lesson with the teaching artists in our Global Arts for Global Kids Series. “Meet the Artist” or “Jam with the Artists” workshops are low-cost virtual interactive options ($150 each for 30 participants max) and are available for schools and for families. They can be scheduled with convenience and allow school classes or family learning groups to work with our master teaching artist.
Meet the Artist Virtual Workshop:
Participating students can connect with FTH teaching artists (TAs) before diving into each Global Arts for Global Kids weekly series of 5 pre-recorded lessons. The live virtual Meet the Artist Workshop will build relationships between teaching artists and their students, introduce them to the content, describe goals & expectations, and demonstrate what students will be learning. Students will more actively engage in the lessons after virtually connecting live with the teaching artist in this preview workshop. This 45-minute program is $150 for 30 students and teachers max and can be provided on your preferred time and virtual platform.
Jam with the Artist Virtual Workshop:
After the students finish the week-long Global Arts for Global Kids lessons, the school or family has the option for a separate post-workshop jam with TAs through a live virtual session. During the workshop, students will have an opportunity for Q&A with TA, rehearse with the TA, “jam with the artist” with a virtual class assembly. The jam may be a dance recital, a student artist gallery talk, storytelling, musical performance, etc., depending on the content focus area. FTH Education will email printable certificates of participation to the school teacher or parent for distribution. This 45-minute program is $150 for 30 students and teachers max and can be provided on your preferred time and virtual platform.
Want to learn about the topics of workshops and our leading master teaching artists? Visit Global Arts for Global Kids Series or contact the Education Department at email@example.com.