Young Audiences workshops allow students to work closely with a professional artist in an interactive, hands-on environment. Programs are 45 minutes and are offered as back-to-back (repeating) workshops to serve more than one classroom. Workshops can also be added to follow an assembly program, reinforcing its content.
Inspire student writing projects through creative journaling projects or explore the local history of the Erie Canal and Underground Railroad; the possibilities are endless. Click through here to see all of our workshop programs. Often, it makes sense to have artists come back for several visits, making your workshop a residency. Click through here to learn more about our residencies.
You may select a workshop to work on specific skills you would like your students to develop. Below are some examples of what these skills might be.
- Health & Fitness
- Environmentalism & Recycling
- Language Arts & Literacy
- Life Skills
- Math & Science
Browse workshops by art form below.
Our website makes it easy to find a workshop based on grade level, subject matter, and/or art form.
Click here to search our catalog.
Need help? Call our office (716.881.0917) and we can walk you through a search over the phone.
Images on this page: Jen Russo (top image) creates Mandalas with kindergarten students of H.O. Brumsted Elementary School. Annette Daniels-Taylor (bottom image) leads an Underground Railroad in Western New York poetry workshop at BPS Lovejoy Discovery School #43.