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Guild members are invited to participate in the survey for our 2016 Benchmarking Report. The new survey will provide members with exclusive access to custom data on faculty pay rates, instructional fees, administrative staffing and salaries, enrollment demographics, financial aid, and more.
Members that complete the survey by August 25 will automatically be entered to win a free registration to the 2016 Conference for Community Arts Education or an iPad mini.
In 2015, the Denver Center for the Performing Arts Education served over 84,000 students in a variety of educational programs. They serve local schools through in-class residencies, field trips, career days, cast interactions, Shakespeare in the Parking Lot, playwriting and musical theatre competitions, as well as partnering with Denver Public Schools for the annual Shakespeare Festival. Teachers benefit from professional development workshops, study guides, and distance learning opportunities that enrich their classroom experience. Students of all ages benefit from year-round acting classes designed for all experience levels, including corporate training, Adult/Master classes, and the Second Act for students 50+. Families can participate in a range of activities including our Kids Night on Broadway and Family Day events with pre-show activities and a discounted ticket to a family-friendly show and specially-designed family subscription packages that feature age-appropriate shows.
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