School Partnership Programs

School Partnership Programs

Carnegie Classrooms - Creative Classrooms are curriculum connected workshops presented  in area schools. These two-hour arts integration workshops are taught by teaching artists from Carnegie Hall. Arts integration is an approach to teaching in which students construct and demonstrate their understanding of a topic through an art form. Students engage in a creative process which connects an art form and another subject area and meets evolving objectives in both disciplines.

Link Up - Carnegie Hall, Inc. works in partnership with The Weill Music Institute at Carnegie Hall in New York to present Link Up, a comprehensive program for 4th graders that includes a recorder-based music curriculum, teacher workshops, and a culminating live interactive orchestra concert(s) at Carnegie Hall.  Link Up teaches basic musical concepts and musical literacy while exposing students to high quality classical music performances. Every 4th grade student in Greenbrier County Schools is provided with a soprano recorder and a student workbook. After learning the repertoire, these students attend a live orchestra concert at Carnegie Hall, where they get to perform with the orchestra.

Spotlight on Schools - Spotlight on Schools is a series of performances for school children, offered in partnership with Greenbrier County Schools. The Education Director works in partnership with the Elementary Education Director of the Greenbrier County schools, and the Artistic Director of Carnegie Hall to present a varied and well-rounded artistic program for the students. Performances, which include music, dance, and theater, are held at Carnegie Hall and in the school auditoriums.

Creative Youth - Carnegie Hall presents an art exhibit each spring, featuring the art of students in grades 4-12.  Children from public, private and home schools submit their work for this juried art exhibit. A reception honoring the award winners is held on the opening night of the exhibit.

Starlab & Cosmodome - The StarLab and Cosmodome are portable planetariums, which are inflatable domes capable of accommodating about 25 students. Inside the dome, a projector shows the night sky devoid of any light pollution; it can take us on a journey from the South Pole to the Equator and on to the North Pole. A trained planetarium facilitator must conduct presentations. If your school or organization does not have a trained instructor, a facilitator is available to travel with one of the planetariums at the rate of $20 per hour, plus mileage. These charges are in addition to rental fee for the planetarium equipment and the facilitator’s teaching fee.  For more information, please contact Leah Trent, Education Director at Carnegie Hall at 304-645-7917 or by email at trent@carnegiehallwv.org.

2017-18 Arts in Education Guide