Arts and Education Residencies

The CAP program tailors residency content for each school, providing custom-designed programs that embrace Ballet Hispánico’s pedagogical standards, goals, and philosophy, and matches each school with an outstanding teaching artist who is invested in developing our community’s cultural and educational talents. Our program draws from the New York City Department of Education’s Blueprint for Teaching and Learning in the Arts: Dance Grades PreK-12, addressing five strands of Learning in Dance:
  • Dance Making
  • Developing Dance Literacy
  • Making Connections
  • Working with Community and Cultural Resources
  • Exploring Careers and Lifelong Learning

The residency itself consists of weekly lessons during the fall or spring terms, which include a curriculum integration project (e.g. writing, drawing), usually presented during the culminating performance by the students engaged in our program.

All residencies include:
  • planning meeting
  • Weekly 45-minute lessonwith a teaching artist
  • reflection meeting with classroom teachers
  • fully-costumed culminating performance for friends, teachers, and parents 

For more information about our programs, please contact our Community Arts Partnerships Education Manager. In addition, please e-mail our Development Department to find out how your donation can help make these programs possible.

Ballet Hispánico is a licensed vendor through the New York City Board of Education: Vendor No. BAL 06500, Contract No. QR891DF. Ballet Hispanico's residencies meet the standards set in the NYC Blueprint for Teaching and Learning in the Arts, as well as the New York State Standards in the Arts, English Language Arts and Social Studies.
 
 
 
 
 
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