ARTS

African Arts in Education’s visually stunning traveling exhibits of African art encompass various regions, tribes and traditions of the African continent

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WORKSHOPS

Enrich your child’s mind, body and spirit! Students gain new perspectives and attitudes as they learn the fundamentals of traditional African music and movement.

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CONCERTS

A dynamic and interactive concert featuring Crocodile River Music’s world-class performers is an unforgettable finale to your residency!

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Experience African Culture through Music, Art and Dance

Bring exciting, new programming to your school! African Arts in Education offers professional classes and workshops that will entertain and educate your students. We will engage your classes and invigorate your curriculum by providing the memorable music, art, drumming and dance of Africa and its diaspora – all, under one roof. Our programs include:

  • School Residencies
  • Classes, Workshops and Lectures/Demonstrations
  • Professional Development for Teachers and Artists
  • Main Stage Concerts
  • Cultural Ambassador Training Program

The African Arts in Education residency program brings the excitement and history of African culture to students through West African dance/drum workshops and live concerts with professional African performers and teachers.

AFRICAN CONCERT PERFORMANCE

A dynamic and interactive concert featuring Crocodile River Music’s world-class performers is an unforgettable finale to your residency! Whether it's a full week or just one day, every residency includes a performance.   [slideshow_deploy...

DANCE & DRUM WORKSHOPS

The dance and drum workshops are the core of this residency program. Watch your students work together as they discover West African music from the source. Drum workshops are taught by a master drummer from Africa, providing hands-on West African drumming instruction...

AFRICAN ART INSTALLATION

The African Arts in Education's Residency Program provides the school with a selection of 10 African art pieces from Clinton's Gallery of African Art.  The art is brought to the school, where an exhibit is curated by Residency Program coordinators and staff members...