ARTS INTEGRATION RESIDENCY
Greenway Institute of Arts acknowledges the importance of integrating the arts within core curriculum processes. Classroom teachers are encouraged to submit project proposals that intersect core curriculum strategies and concepts with visual and performance arts practices. Proposals are supported with 4-8 session residency sessions, providing a Teaching Artist in the classroom, curriculum development and planning. In addition to in-school support, each project incorporates an after-school component for students to work on the assigned project after hours. Our Arts Integration residency is offered school wide and works to intersect art and common core curricula.
If you are interested in submitting an Arts Integration Residency proposal, please email our Director of Student Programs Nijeul X. Porter at firstname.lastname@example.org
Greenway Arts Alliance’s three departments, Greenway Institute for the Arts, Greenway Court Theatre and the Melrose Trading Post, together in collaboration with the City of West Hollywood Library, will engage the students of Fairfax High School and residents in the City of West Hollywood in an all-school and community reading of George Orwell’s 1984.
The multi-disciplinary approach to programming will focus both on the thematic content of the novel as well as a way to bring this novel to life through a series of workshops, events, and the production of 1984.
The submission process for the GreenwayREADS has closed. For future opportunities, email our Director of Student Programs Nijeul X. Porter at email@example.com