Musical Theatre Ensemble

The Musical Theatre Ensemble is open to students in grades 7-12.  The group meets weekly September through May.  Students  enhance their skills in dance, music and theatre while learning a musical theater repertoire.  Performances for various community organizations and private events are part of their experience.

 

 

Regional Youth Choir

The Regional Youth Choir  is open to students in grades 4-6.  The group meets weekly September through May.  Students  enhance their musical talents.  Performances may be part of their experience.

 

Arts Alive

Arts Alive is an intensive arts institute for students in grades two through twelve.  This award-winning program, places students and professional artists side by side for four intense weeks in both the visual and performing arts. Our faculty of artists teach and mentor with the skills they have mastered.  Arts Alive is proudly celebrating our 22nd year and we are confident this will be our best summer yet.  Come experience the arts, learn something new, and take your interest in the arts to the next level.  Bring your summer to life at Arts Alive!

Click here for more information and to apply on-line!

 

Arts Alive

Arts Alive is an intensive arts institute for students in grades two through twelve.  This award-winning program, places students and professional artists side by side for four intense weeks in both the visual and performing arts. Our faculty of artists teach and mentor with the skills they have mastered.  Arts Alive is proudly celebrating our 22nd year and we are confident this will be our best summer yet.  Come experience the arts, learn something new, and take your interest in the arts to the next level.  Bring your summer to life at Arts Alive!

Click here for more information and to apply on-line!

 

everart @ the EVERHART

A NEW Saturday morning program for elementary and middle school students. Each month from September 2013 to June 2014, students will work with Pennsylvania Council on the Arts rostered artists to create wonderful works of art. Disciplines include: painting, sculpture, mixed media, installation, illustration, dance, theater and poetry.

 

Pre-registration & prepayment are required and space is limited.  For more information, contact the Everhart Museum at 570-346-7186 ext 516 or

email: programs@everhart-museum.org.

School & Community Residencies

School district and community agencies may schedule professional artists to work in classroom settings.  The residencies can be scheduled for 10 or more days in duration.

 

Available artists can be found in our directory of artists.  Residencies can be scheduled by contacting Jessica Gilhooley.

After- School Residencies

Schools may schedule professional artists to work in their building during after-school hours.

 

Available artists can be found in our directory of artists.  Residencies can be scheduled by contacting Jessica Gilhooley.

After- School Residencies

Extended residencies are available through grants from Pennsylvania Council on the Arts and NEIU.

 

Available artists can be found in our directory of artists.  Residencies can be scheduled by contacting Jessica Gilhooley.

 

Poetry out Loud

Poetry Out Loud is a National Recitation Contest. Created by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Poetry Foundation, Poetry Out Loud is administered in partnership with the State Arts Agencies of all 50 states, the District of Columbia, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico.  AIEnepa hosts a regional contest to select a state level winner who attends the national competition.  Poetry Out Loud/AIEnepa is sponsored in part by WVIA and Lackawanna County.

 

Artist of the Week

This television campaign, conceptualized by NEIU, is designed to call attention to high school students who have excelled in the study of the arts. The partnering high school selects two students, one visual artist and one performing artist, who will be interviewed at the WVIA studios for a 1-minute vignette. The Artist of the Week spot showcases the student, their high school and their school district and salutes them for their artistic achievement.  The program will be aired on WVIA TV for one week and will be available on wvia.org for one year. That artist will receive a copy of their performance and be in the running to compete for Artist of the Year and will also be honored on WVIA's Scholastic Achievement Awards Show in May. For students in Grades 10-12.

Artist of the Month

Art for All Seasons: Student Artist of the Month is a contest sponsored by the Scranton Times and Northeastern Educational Intermediate Unit.  Twelve winners are selected overall, each of whom will appear on the monthly calendar cover page of the Lifestyles section of The Sunday Times throughout the year. Photos of the student artists, along with write-ups that include artists' statements and information, appear with the winning entries.  A gallery event is held in early spring to showcase all entries.

 

Ballet Theatre of Scranton Educational Performances

Tickets for educational performances are available at a reduced rate because of the partnership between AIE/nepa and BTOS.

Educational Performances

Young People's Concerts

 

 

NEPA Philharmonic Young People'Concertsrt

The Northeastern Pennsylvania Philharmonic’s Young People’s Concerts provide a unique opportunity for children in grades 3 through 6 to explore classical music as part of their educational curriculum. New this year, the Northeastern Pennsylvania Philharmonic's Very Young People's Concerts cater to children ages 3-6, allowing them to experience and learn about live classical music, perhaps for the first time!

 

 

Educational Programs

 

 

Broadway Theatre of Northeast Pennsylvania

Educational Programs

Tickets for educational performances are available at a reduced rate because of the partnership between AIE/nepa and Broadway Theatre of Northeastern Pennsylvania.

 

 

Poetry in Motion

Civic Ballet Poetry in Motion

This camp offers a creative exploration of the pairing of dance and poetry, and their imagery will take them to the expression of words through movement! Air-conditioned and comfortable rooms at the Ballet Company’s Mifflin Avenue studio are where campers work with poet Jack McGuigan and Civic Ballet's artistic director Helen Gaus to create poetry and collaborate on choreography as they express their poetry in dance.  Poetry in Motion is a 5 day camp, from 9:30am to 12:30pm, scheduled for June 23rd throught 27th, and day 5 includes a presentation of the campers' works to invited family and friends. Enrollment limited to 20 campers, ages 10 to 14.

For more information on Poetry in Motion, please contact the Scranton Civic Ballet Company, 570-343-0115. To learn more about the Civic Ballet, please see our website, scrantoncivicballet.com and friend us on facebook.

 

Arts in Education Awards Luncheon

AIE/nepa and NEIU sponsor an awards luncheon to honor individuals and students who have contributed to or excelled in the arts.  The luncheon showcases student artwork in addition to professional pieces.  The luncheon also includes student performances honoring educators receiving awards.  This event is scheduled in May.

Professional Development for Educators and Artists

Educators and artists may attend sessions throughout the year designed to enhance their understanding of teaching and learning as they apply to arts education.  Registration for educators for Act 48 credit can be completed through the NEIU website.

 

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