Join the Alameda County Board of Education Trustees in proclaiming Art IS Education Month. Art IS Education, marks its 19-year anniversary of supporting high quality dance, music, theater, visual art, and media arts for every child, in every school, every day in Alameda County.
The REACH Ashland Youth Center celebrates Art is Education Month with the theme "Creativity is Not Optional!" Join us on March 29th to view artworks created by youth members, watch performances by youth musicians, and feel how art & creativity builds community!
Classical music concert by symphony orchestra, featuring selection from Wagner's opera, Tristan and Isolde, featuring soprano Raeeka Shehabi-Yaghmai, and Shostakovich Symphony No. 6. Preconcert music talk by Maestro Eric Hansen. Free admission.
Learn more @ www.prometheussymphony.org
Play Ball! A Tribute to American Sports Inspired by the Negro Baseball League of the 1920's - 1930's
A Tribute to American Sports
Inspired by the Negro Baseball League of the 1920's - 1930's
Two Free Shows on Saturday, March 23: 11:00AM and 1:30PM
A circus show like no other where our young artists re-interpret your favorite sports - circus style! Juggling! Acrobatics! Stilt Dancing! Balancing Feats and More!
Featuring Oakland youth ages 8 - 16 from the Prescott Circus Performance Company from Prescott Elementary School in West Oakland and students from PCT’s after school programs
at Lafayette/Martin Luther King, Manzanita Community, Parker, Piedmont Avenue Elementary, and Sankofa Academy.
With the Oakland Spirit Orchestra (OSO)! OSO is a youth orchestra composed of elementary, middle, and high school students from over 5 West Oakland public schools.
Shows are free to the public and all ages are welcome to attend.
Learn more @ http://www.prescottcircus.org/
Our annual art show and reception is open to the public. Student art from selected college bound portfolios and studio artwork from our most advanced students. Free food and drink, donations cheerfully accepted. Please sign our guestbook and talk to our high school student artists ! There is plenty of free parking, too.
Join us for an Arts Advocacy Training presented by the Alameda County Arts Commission on March 13, 5:30 pm in Oakland. Attend this free event and find out more about:
In celebration of National Arts in Education Month, Youth in Arts and the Marin County Office of Education are hosting
a special VIP reception for
Check out the feature in the Marin IJ.
Please join the movement in Marin to improve access to the arts for all learners and learn about the Marin Arts Education Plan.
The Hayward Unified School district will hold it's annual Art is Education show at the John O'Lague gallery at city hall on Friday, March 1st from 5:30 - 7:30. Art is Education is a month-long initiative in Alameda county to highlight the power of the arts in learning, and build understanding of the importance of the arts for every child, in every school, every day.
On display at our show is artwork from many of the schools in the Hayward Unified School district. We will have paintings, drawings, collage ceramic work, sculpture and many unique pieces created in our classes this year. Teachers are limited to a few pieces each, so the work that will be on display represents the best work from this year so far. There is work from Elementary, Middle, and High School students, so there will be a range of concepts and modes of working on display.
The opening will feature performances from our outstanding performing arts classes. Some of the performances will include Stage Left, the advanced dance company led by artistic director Courtney Marshall and The Mt. Eden Chamber Strings led by Orchestra director Ronnie Cato.
The visual and performing arts are an integral part of the public education system in the Hayward Unified School District. Last year, HUSD passed a comprehensive Visual and Performing Arts (VAPA) master plan which will ensure that all of Hayward's public school students receive high quality standards based instruction in visual and performing arts for every child in every grade TK - 12. You can read more about HUSD's VAPA plan at https://sites.google.com/husd.k12.ca.us/husdvapa/home