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Adventures in the Arts

MPS is teaming up with Arts @ Large, Milwaukee Repertory Theater, and the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music to offer dance, theater, music, and visual arts adventures for every student this summer.

student paintingArts @ Large will provide an arts-integrated summer school program for students in K5–grade 8 by using a collaborative teaching model with classroom teachers that aligns with grade-appropriate units. The K5–grade 6 students will be engaged through the arts with a STEAM-focused model in which they will explore elements of earth and life sciences. Students in grades 7 and 8, through a variety of art forms, will explore the theme of social justice with a connection to the fiftieth anniversary of the fair housing marches. Each grade will receive 50 minutes of arts-integrated instruction, Mondays through Thursdays, for the duration of summer school.

Dates and locations for Arts @ Large to be announced

  • Summer 2018

Theater ArtsMilwaukee Repertory Theater will provide arts-integrated curriculum during the summer months in partnership with Milwaukee Public Schools Summer Academy. A teaching artist will visit classrooms at each site for one hour each day during the dates listed below. Activities will focus on delivering age-appropriate reading objectives through theater. Activities are also designed for students to directly engage in social and emotional learning.

Dates and locations for Milwaukee Repertory Theater to be announced

  • Summer 2018

musicThe Wisconsin Conservatory of Music Conservatory Connections program brings the joy of music making to people of all ages and abilities — from early childhood to lifelong learners and from beginners to advanced students. Programs may include music exploration, recorder playing, bucket drumming, and choir singing.

Dates and locations for the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music to be announced

  • Summer 2018
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