RiverPark Center’s mission places an emphasis on arts in education, and to fulfill this mission, RiverPark presents many diverse programs that bring memorable arts experiences to students of all ages.
Arts Teach KidsEvery year, an average of 25,000 students from approximately 115 different schools in 25 tri-state counties attend professional touring company presentations designed for every grade level from pre-kindergarten through grade 12. This is part of the ARTS TEACH KIDS (ATK) series.
Arts in the A.M. is a half-day interactive integration arts experience for students grades 3 through 12. Students are active in multiple arts disciplines including visual arts, music, dance, theatre, and a backstage tour. As the workshops run for three hours, students receive a fun-filled and educational experience with hands-on activities.
Community Campus of Greater Owensboro. RiverPark’s participation creates an innovative and unique arena for students to attain interactive theatre experience and be able to earn school credit hours with that experience.
The TranspARTation Grant enables Kentucky teachers and schools to offer students quality arts experiences by providing transportation funding. Grants will be based on the mileage from the school building to the arts organization or performance venue and the number of buses necessary. There is a minimum grant amount of $100. Any Kentucky school, public or private that supports grades pre-K through 12 may apply. For more information, click here. DEADLINE TO APPLY: Sept. 11, 2017, at 11:59 p.m. Eastern time
For more information about RiverPark Center’s Arts Education Programs, please contact Eli Halterman, RPC’s Education Director at 270-687-2770 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.