Professional Development & Resources
Be a resource for your students and take advantage of City Center’s wide array of professional development workshops—all designed to meet the needs of classroom teachers, teaching artists, and college/graduate students.
Four workshop opportunities are offered to educators during the school year. During each workshop, an acclaimed performing artist leads a master class to help you create innovative and exciting lesson plans and develop practical and artistic tools for use in your classroom.
Professional development workshops are offered to educators that participate in our school-time matinees and K-12 programs during the school year (Sep – May).
Fall for Dance: Artistry Unlocked
Friday, September 23, 2022 5pm-7pm
Grand Tier Lobby, New York City Center
Join NYCC Education & Community Engagement for the 17th Fall for Dance event. Reimagined this year as a pre-show workshop, this Artistry Unlocked offering merges the creative spirit and community rhythms, while providing participants with an opportunity to explore movement and music through percussive dance.
The evening features a master class led by Leonardo Sandoval, co-director of Music From The Sole, and a workshop with Interdisciplinary Flamenco Dancer and NYCC Teaching Artist Arielle Rosales. Inspired by Flamenco, Tap, and Afoxê, participants will be guided through a rhythmic experience that celebrates co-existence and community.
Participation Fee: $25, includes ticket to Fall for Dance ($23.00 with fees)
To secure a ticket for the evening’s performance, register by Friday, September 16.
This event is open to artists, DOE classroom educators, teaching artists, college and graduate students. To learn more, please email us at Education@NYCityCenter.org.
Whether you’re a teacher looking to enrich and integrate your students’ curriculum with the performing arts or a parent trying to fill an hour of the day creatively, explore our online collection of dance and musical Behind the Curtain guides and video clips.
Filled with a variety of activities, our Behind the Curtain guides include historical, thematic, and contextual background for each production, creative and artistic insights, glossaries and resources for further exploration.