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Birder Studio of Performing Arts

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Phone: 920-339-9999

Mission: Year round 501(c)3 studio of the Performing Arts offering classes in acting, singing, musical theatre, tap, jazz, ballet, stage management and musical theatre production. Our core values: To educate, inspire, create and achieve! We offer arts education to youth & adults in our community onstage, backstage, in schools and to our audiences.

Program Overview: Opportunity for field trips to musical productions, artist in residency and on-site workshops. Full year round classes and workshops including summer camps for all ages and abilities. Live performance camps offering live performance experience ons stage for family, friends and community members. Scholarship available.

Intended Grade: Kindergarden


Civic Symphony of Green Bay

Website:
Phone: 920-432-4676

Mission: The Civic Symphony of Green Bay is a community orchestra that offers volunteer and professional musicians the chance to perform symphonic literature. Through education outreach and collaboration with local groups, we're an important part of the northeast Wisconsin community.

Program Overview: The Civic Symphony performs a concert in the Fall at the Meyer Theatre at 9:45 a.m. for public & private as well as home school students and their chaperones. This concert is a slightly abbreviated version of the evening Family concert but it is geared for children of all ages and is both educational and entertaining, typically focused on a central theme.

Type of Programming: Field Trips
Intended Grade: Kindergarden


Categories: Music

Cup O'Joy

Website:
Phone: 920-437-6694

Mission: Cup O Joy hosts concerts every Friday and Sat night. They also host an Open Mic every month as an opportunity to grow local musicians.

Program Overview: The Cup O Joy has hosted several Music clinics with the Fine Arts Program at East High where touring musicians offer their expertise to students.

Type of Programming: In School Workshops/Visits
Intended Grade: Kindergarden


Categories: Music

Evergreen Theater

Website:
Phone: 920-455-0412

Mission: Evergreen is committed to offering professional theater while advancing the arts in our community. They perform at St. Norbert College in De Pere. Being the only multi-generational live theater group in Northeast Wisconsin, they take pride in cultivating our talent by providing educational opportunities in ALL facets of the performing arts!

Program Overview: Evergreen Theater offers a touring production for schools and are willing to provide in school workshops and visits.

Type of Programming: In School Performances
Intended Grade: 3rd Grade
Curriculum Integration: Information & Technology


Categories: Theater

Film Green Bay

Website:
Phone: 920-265-0333

Mission: The mission of Film Green Bay is to provide a rich cultural and educational experience for our community and visitors while promoting Green Bay as a hub for filmmaking and film appreciation.

Program Overview: The "Boot Camp" is a Saturday morning program educating students on filmmaking. Currently this is offered to students who make a 3 minute film and enter it into the competition for monetary scholarships. This is currently only held once a year. The student films are shown at the Green Bay Film Festival. The newest program begins right after the festival and goes into the fall. It integrates student filmmakers and student musical composers. Students from the competition are paired with students from a musical program. The music portion is headed by award winning film score composer, Brent Michael Davids. The musical score created by the composing students is performed by the Civic Symphony of Green Bay and recorded for the student film. The filmmaking students are taught by professional filmmakers on how to take their film and move thru their film challenges and make their film better. The students then integrate the two together with the professionals.

Type of Programming: In School Workshops/Visits
Intended Grade: 3rd Grade


Green Bay Boy Choir and Girl Choir

Website:
Phone: 920-321-0541

Mission: The Green Bay Boy Choir and Girl Choir is a music performance and education program for boys and girls ages 7-19 emphasizing the development of music skills and understanding. We strive to provide quality music instruction with the goal of attaining artistic excellence in choral music performance as well as to enrich the lives of ALL children.

Program Overview: Programming includes weekly evening and weekend rehearsals in 7 different choirs based on age and ability. In addition the choirs perform at 4 annual concerts per season plus additional community events as they arise. Also included in tuition for the choirs is a week long summer half day camp during the month of August. The Choir members also may participate in touring opportunities at all ages for which fundraising opportunities are provided.

Type of Programming: Summer Camps
Intended Grade: 1st Grade


Categories: Music

Neville Public Museum

Website:
Phone: 920-448-7849

Mission: The Neville Public Museum of Brown County is an accredited cultural institution that champions history, science and art. Located in downtown Green Bay, Wisconsin, the museum is dedicated to the collection and preservation of significant objects relevant to Northeast Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.

Program Overview: Programming during the school day: Art Gallery tours and occasional art-based projects. Out of school programming includes: -Explorer Saturdays: Self-guided Art projects pertaining to different exhibits in the museum. -Host of the 8th Congressional District Art Competition Exhibit for High School students. -Music at the museum during the winter months "Winter Warm-up Music Series"

Type of Programming: Field Trips
Intended Grade: Kindergarden


The Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center

Website:
Phone: 920-544-4799

Mission: The Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center is a family support, education, recreation and cultural arts center. The facility is open to members and the general public and serves residents of Northeast Wisconsin of all ages. Their vision is to inspire people to realize their potential through experiences that transform lives.

Program Overview: Youth Development Programs are committed to providing educational and enriching activities to children to help them reach their full potential! And, you can be sure your child is learning skills that will help them into adulthood from our Youth Asset Development Initiative (YADI) trained staff.

Intended Grade: Kindergarden


UW-Green Bay Art

Website:
Phone: 920-465-2597

Mission: The Art Department at UW-Green Bay gives artists the opportunity to earn Bachelor's degrees in art with emphases in 1) Studio Art 2) Art Education and 3) Pre-Art Therapy. They are NASAD accredited and support undergraduate studio practice in ceramics, drawing, fibers, jewelry/metals, painting, photography, printmaking and sculpture.

Program Overview: Tours. Sometime faculty visit off campus classrooms for workshops in various items like metalsmithing or encaustic painting. Middle school summer camps and high school summer camps are offered - kids either stay in the dorms or commute. UW-Green Bay also hosts Grandparents University where the kids come with a grandparent for a few days.

Type of Programming: Summer Camps
Intended Grade: 12th Grade