Bushnell ARTS Bulletin - Arts Resources for Teachers and Students
Are you an educator or school administrator? Join our new Bushnell ARTS Bulletin and be the first to know about our Bushnell Children's Theatre lineup and other education opportunities! You'll get a quarterly enewsletter that includes links and offers to Bushnell children's programming and events for teachers and students.
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BUSHNELL EDUCATION PROGRAMS
For over 20 years, The Bushnell has affected the lives of over 400,000 young people with award-winning programs that extend beyond the stage, into the classroom and throughout the community. Programs such as the nationally recognized PARTNERS® program use the arts to teach core curriculum with a focus on literacy, as well as develop each young person’s artistic and literary talents. These fundamental goals extend throughout all of The Bushnell's programming and are particularly evident in Bushnell’s Children’s Theatre, the CT Slam Poetry Program, The Noah Webster JAZZicians instrumentalist program, and the full-scholarship Ensign-Darling vocal program.
Bushnell Children's Theatre
Educating students through the arts!
► Explore the full 2022-2023 BCT lineup of shows.
To bring your students to see BCT productions, please review the following documents:
► Order Form for School Groups
► Guidelines and Procedures
Noah Webster JAZZicians
JAZZicians is a scholarship program provides professional performances, master classes, and private lessons for students interested in Jazz.
Learn more about JAZZicians.
Connecticut Youth Poetry Slam
The Connecticut Youth Poetry Slam provides high school students with the opportunity to work on creating and performing written and spoken word in a professional setting.
Learn more about Connecticut Youth Poetry Slam.
EDUCATION FUN AT HOME!
Artistically reimagine each theater image when you click the image for the coloring page version. Then post and tag us in your final creations @TheBushnell on social and using the hashtag #BushnellColors:
Fill in the blanks to create your own Bushnell Story: