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    2016 Young People's Concert(Orange and Osceola Public Schools: Once Upon a Symphony
    Organization: Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra
    Contact Info: Leia Barrett
    Phone: 407.896.6700, ext. 232
    Email: education@orlandophil.org

    For ALL 3rd, 4th, & 5th Graders in Orange County Public Schools

    For ALL 5th Graders in Osceola County Public Schools

    The Orlando Philharmonic Young People’s Concert is a 45 minute, full orchestra concert that also features ballet, opera, (more)


    2016 Young People's Concerts (General Public): Once Upon a Symphony
    Organization: Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra
    Contact Info: Leia Barrett
    Phone: (407) 896.6700, ext. 232
    Email: education@orlandophil.org

    *All 2016 Young People's Concert dates for the general public have passed. Please check again next year for 2017 dates*

    For any public, private, and homeschools (excluding Osceola and Orange County Public Schools)
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    2nd Grade Arts Experience Field Trip
    Organization: Osceola Arts
    Contact Info: Jennifer Panzella
    Phone: 407-749-6357
    Email: jennifer@osceolaarts.org

    An exciting opportunity for 2nd Graders in Osceola County Schools! Each elementary school in Osceola County, will be provided a field trip to Osceola Arts to experience a "behind the scenes" tour of what goes on at a community arts center. In merely an hour the students will perform a (more)


    6th & Jazz - Let Freedom Ring
    Organization: Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

    **This performance is limited to Orange & Osceola County Public School Students (6th Grade)**

    Featuring Rodney Whitaker and the Dr. Phillips Center Jazz Orchestra

    Let Freedom Ring features (more)


    A Historic Adventure (Grade 4)
    Organization: Orange County Regional History Center, The
    Contact Info: Amanda Parish Walters
    Phone: 407-836-8376
    Email: Amanda.ParishWalters@ocfl.net

    Immerse your students in our state’s rich history! We offer two types of field trip options specially designed for 4th grade. All tour options adhere to state standards and include a historic character cameo performance. 

     

    Option A:

    Focuses on pioneer (more)


    A Historic Adventure (Grade K-1)
    Organization: Orange County Regional History Center, The
    Contact Info: Amanda Parish Walters
    Phone: 407-836-8580
    Email: Amanda.ParishWalters@ocfl.net

    Introduce social studies to your little learners with a fun and exciting field trip! Our program is designed specifically for kindergarten and 1st grade to ensure activities are age-appropriate and engaging. Students will split their time learning and exploring at the History Center and the (more)


    A Historic Adventure (Grades K-12)
    Organization: Orange County Regional History Center, The
    Contact Info: Education Department
    Phone: 407-836-8580
    Email: Amanda.ParishWalters@ocfl.net

    Travel back through time and discover 12,000 years of Florida’s rich history! Students not only see artifacts, but they get to touch and experience real history with hands-on primary sources and time period replicas. Enjoy a tailored 5-stop tour facilitated by (more)


    A Musical Journey Through Florida
    Organization: Individual Teaching Artists
    Contact Info: Chris Kahl
    Phone: 321-452-1219
    Email: chrisjkahl@yahoo.com

    Chris Kahl takes audiences on a Musical Journey Through Florida, highlighting the rich history and culture of the Sunshine State.  This folk music presentation takes students on a historical journey through the state, featuring performances of original songs and stories, and covering a (more)


    A Walk through Our Community (Grades 1 and 2)
    Organization: Winter Garden Heritage Foundation
    Contact Info: Lynne Moody
    Phone: 407-656-3244
    Email: lmoody@wghf.org

    In this program, first and second grade students rotate through three activities: 1) learning about "Citizen Heroes" who made significant contributions and how they, too, can be heroes; 2) searching through the Heritage Museum looking for items on a scavenger hunt; and 3) developing map skills (more)


    Children's Series
    Organization: Orlando Shakespeare Theater
    Contact Info: Sarah Doerr
    Phone: 407-447-1700 x221
    Email: sarahd@orlandoshakes.org

    Our Children’s Series introduces your students to theater in a fun and engaging way. Study guides are designed for each production to create natural connections between the play and your grade level curriculum.

     
    Showtime for Shakespeare: A Magic Tree House (more)


    Crealdé Private and Homeschool Field Trip - A Visit to the Art Studio (Grades 1-8)
    Organization: Crealdé School of Art
    Contact Info: Jan Hurt
    Phone: 321-203-2604
    Email: jhurt@crealde.org

    Visit a working art studio with a three-part experience: an art-making demonstration, a scavenger hunt through the Contemporary Sculpture Garden and a hands-on art activity. The experience can be tailored to specific concepts or topics being studied. Offered on the third Monday of each month, (more)


    Crealdé Public School Field Trip - Art Adventure: A Visit to the Art Studio (Grades 2-3)
    Organization: Crealdé School of Art
    Contact Info: Jan Hurt
    Phone: 321-203-2604
    Email: jhurt@crealde.org

    Visit a working art studio with a three-part experience: observing an artist at work, touring the Contemporary Sculpture Garden and galleries, and performing a hands-on art activity.

    Grant funding is available for OCPS 2nd and 3rd graders; transportation must be reserved by the (more)


    Creative Writing: Narrative Writing
    Organization: Individual Teaching Artists
    Contact Info: Laura Courter
    Phone: 941-552-9578 (home) 704-560-9218 (cell)
    Email: Lauraco612@aol.com

    This personal/imaginative narrative/Creative Writing residency relates to the curriculum in the following ways: 1) it teaches the use of describing words in written expression; 2) it models the use of different kinds of sentences; 3) it teaches students how to write a creative narrative story; (more)


    DIG AND DISCOVER: Investigating Art of the Ancient Americas
    Organization: Orlando Museum of Art
    Contact Info: Sharon Larose
    Phone: 407-896-4231, ext. 262
    Email: slarose@omart.org

    Docent-led gallery program for elementary students in which they investigate ancient cultures of North, Central and South America through beautiful artifacts in the Art of the Ancient Americas collection. Students become archaeologists, including participating in a mock "dig." The program helps (more)


    Doktor Kaboom! Live Wire!
    Organization: Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts
    Phone: 407-455-5550
    Email: groups@drphillipscenter.org

    Co-commissioned by the Kennedy Center, LIVE WIRE! The Electricity Tour premiered in Washington, DC in September 2014. Doktor Kaboom explores the fundamentals of electrical energy and the history of humanity's adventures into its potential. At the dawn of the 19th century, mankind first harnessed (more)


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