Carnegie Classrooms (formerly Creative Classrooms) workshops infuse the arts into multiple disciplines by making authentic connections to content standards. Led by professional teaching artists, Carnegie Classrooms encourage student understanding, higher order thinking skills and problem solving, and a deeper appreciation of the arts while helping teachers balance core curricula being studied.
Upon selecting a specific workshop, Carnegie Hall will supply the grade specific Next Generation Standards for that Carnegie Classroom. The classroom teacher will make the teaching artist aware of any particular classroom goals when confirming a Carnegie Classrooms workshop. The teaching artist will work with the classroom teacher to accommodate lessons in progress.
Contact Carnegie Hall for information on the current
Carnegie Classrooms that are being offered.
Carnegie Classrooms Include:
My First Short Story
Solar System Timewalk
Weaving a Poem
Pioneer Days in Appalachia
Follow the Drinking Gourd
One Earth, Many Colors (Fabric Flag Painting)
Magnetic Magic – Getting Creative with Magnets
The Mystery of Electricity
Puppets and Fables
Hats and Headdresses
Puppets and Poetry
And Many More!
Questions about payment or the cost of programs should be directed to the Carnegie Hall Education Director, Leah Trent at firstname.lastname@example.org