National Guild For Community Arts Education

About Banner

Forgot Password?

Enter your email below to help retrieve your password.


Forgot Password?
Home > About > News and Events > News > Member News > Flint School of Performing Arts Demonstrates Importance of Arts Education Through New Collaboration

See what’s happening at the Guild, our members, and the Community Arts Education Field. Filter news items using the buttons below.

Flint School of Performing Arts Demonstrates Importance of Arts Education Through New Collaboration

« Back

Image for Flint School of Performing Arts Demonstrates Importance of Arts Education Through New Collaboration

Mar 07, 2013
Flint, MI
CGL

As part of a collaboration entitled Flint Arts on the Road, Flint School of the Performing Arts will partner with the Flint Institute of Arts Art School, Flint Youth Theater, and Tapology for an exhibition of art and live performances at the United States Department of Education in Washington D.C. on April 22, 2013. The program is the first initiative of Flint Cultural Center institutions to produce cross-disciplinary collaborative programming showcasing the special talents of these exceptional students. The program will demonstrate to the Department of Education, members of the United States Congress, and other invited dignitaries and guests, the importance of arts education and the exceptional opportunities available in Flint, MI.


About Flint School of Performing Arts
The Flint School of Performing Arts (FSPA) is, with the Flint Symphony Orchestra and Flint Youth Theatre, managed by the Flint Institute of Music and is located on the campus-like setting of the Flint Cultural Center. FSPA serves over 3,000 students each year in its music, dance, early childhood and outreach programs. Orchestras, bands, dance ensembles, chamber music, private lessons and classes are offered at the main building. Outreach programs, such as classes for Head Start children, homeless children, and children and seniors in public housing communities are offered both at the main building and at other locations. Through its groundbreaking Super Saturdays program, FSPA is transitioning students from tuition-free outreach programs to tuition-assisted long term music and dance study.

Learn More

This resource brought to you by the National Guild for Community Arts Education. www.nationalguild.org