POPS
POPS
Professional Outreach Programs in the Schools
 
 

PROFESSIONAL OUTREACH PROGRAMS IN THE SCHOOLS

BRING THE ARTS TO YOUR SCHOOL WITH POPS!

 
 
 
 
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SIGNATURE PROGRAMS

 
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RDT Movement Classes

Bring Repertory Dance Theatre (RDT) dancers to your school to perform for the whole school, teach movement classes in specific grade level classrooms, or both!

rdt@rdtutah.org

801.534.1000 

 
 
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Ballet west for Children

Bring a small touring group from Ballet West to perform at your school or bring your students to a free school matinee at the Capitol Theatre. (FREE)

education@balletwest.org

801-869-6934

 
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Art Talks

The Springville Museum of Art outreach educators will come to your school to provide interactive classes for students, train teachers and provide materials for classroom use. (FREE)

SMAOutreach@springville.org

801-489-2727

 
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Teacher Workshops & Lecture Demonstrations

Children’s Dance Theatre offers free professional development workshops for classroom teachers throughout the year and free lecture demonstrations with 40 students and two live musicians. (FREE)

tannerdance@utah.edu

801-581-7374

 
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MUSeum in the classroom

The Utah Museum of Fine Arts inspires creativity, curiosity and critical thinking with authentic art objects, hands-on experiences, and art-making activities delivered to your classrooms.

Annie.burbidge.ream@umfa.utah.edu

(801) 581-7332

 
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Dance is for every-body! - Performance Demonstration (in-School Assembly)

Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company brings this program to public or charter schools anywhere in Utah. A wonderful interactive performance suitable for k-6, educating students about the dynamic world of dance as an art form, and elements of dance as part of Utah state core curriculum. Duration: 45-50 minutes.

education@ririewoodbury.com

(801) 297-4241

 
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Video Game Design

Spy Hop offers are free workshop that introduces students to coding and programming languages while going through the steps of developing a video game. (FREE)

info@spyhop.org

(801) 532-7500

 
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Who Wants to Be an Opera Star?

This assembly from the Utah Opera introduces students to opera through the format of a staged television game show. (FREE)

pfowler@usuo.org

801-869-9090

 
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storytelling programs

Students can enjoy a performance from professional storytellers in your school or visit the Timpanogos Storytelling Festival. (FREE)

Story.timpfest@gmail.com

(801) 228-1350

 
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Opera by Children

Students and teachers can create their own opera in class with this program offered by the Utah Festival Opera & Musical Theatre. (FREE)

opera@ufomt.org

435.750.0300 ext 118

 
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Theatre WOrkshops for Teachers

Teachers have the opportunity to explore methods of teaching drama and Shakespeare in their classroom in the summer workshops offered by the Utah Shakespeare Festival.

bahr@bard.org

(435) 586-1954

 
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Film Making in the Classroom

The Utah Film Center offers a 2-day filmmaking workshop for educators to implement technology and film making into their current instruction to inspire students. (FREE)

Lmeans@utahfilmcenter.org

801.746.7000

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SYmphony for schools

Bring a full orchestra or chamber orchestra (40-45 musicians) to your school or district with the Utah Symphony. (FREE)

bhawkins@usuo.org

801.869.9090