Tilles Center’s School Partnership Program is a unique collaboration between artists and educators which uses the arts to foster critical thinking, literacy skills, creativity and problem solving.
The program involves teachers and students in participatory experiences which spark the creative process. Through active engagement in activities that are carefully co-planned with educators, students learn how to collaborate, analyze and interpret existing curriculum through arts-learning.
The program includes in-school workshops in music, dance and drama for students in pre-K through grade 12. Workshops are created to support and integrate within the existing curriculum. All projects culminate in a visit to Tilles Center for a professional performance.
For more information, contact Stephanie Turner, Director of Education and Outreach, at 516.299.2388 or email@example.com.
Arts Education Programs are made possible, in part, by the Gilbert and Rose Tilles Endowment for Arts Education.
Additional funding for our programs in Kindergarten through 12th grade schools provided by: The Barbara Bell Cumming Charitable Trust, Sandra L. and Steven P. Harris, Salvatore and Mary Ranieri, and Bethpage Federal Credit Union.