Responsive to the interests and curriculum goals of Santa Monica - Malibu Unified School District, our K-12 Programs and Student Matinees are designed for students to experience performances, meet artists virtually and explore cultural lessons. Educators attend Professional Development Workshops and receive arts integrated study guides crafted by members of our Teacher/Artist Collaborative. Transportation scholarships are available to schools in need.
Schools within Santa Monica or SMMUSD are invited to apply for the 19/20 season. Applications are open from June 3, 2019 - July 15, 2019. If interested in applying please email, firstname.lastname@example.org.
EDUCATOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Professional Development is provided to educators for free in association with all arts-based Student Matinees. Workshops typically take place one month before each Student Matinee to support classroom arts integration and increase skill sets in each artistic genre.
STUDY GUIDES AND ADDITIONAL RESOURCES
All Student Matinee offerings are supported by educator resources, such as California State Standards-based Study Guides, which include pre/post-show activities, student worksheets and connections to related resources and websites. Study Guides are crafted in collaboration with teaching artists and classroom teachers as part of The Broad Stage’s Teacher/Artist Collaborative.
Study Guides associated with the 2019/20 Student Matinees can be found by selecting from the grade list above. Past arts-integrated study guides can be found in the library below.
The Teacher/Artist Collaborative is a learning collective made up of select educators and artists participating in this season’s Student Matinee program. The cohort works in collaboration with curriculum specialists and the Education & Community Programs staff, to generate arts integrated curriculum and deliver professional development workshops to K-12 educators.
View the Teacher/Artist Collaborative roster here.
NO BUSES? NO PROBLEM!
We want to help your students get to The Broad Stage. Bus funding is available to schools in need to ensure that all students have access to the arts. Contact us at 310.434.3560 for more information about how to arrange your school’s trip to The Broad Stage!
Additional K-12 Resources
Looking for even more free K-12 programming? Performing Arts Venues, Museums, and other Organizations offer more arts education experiences for your school in Los Angeles County. Your students will find new creative adventures!
Check out some Frequently Asked Questions for additional information on planning your trip to The Broad Stage.
For more information, please contact us at 310.434.3560, or at email@example.com