Lincoln Center Education- Next Stage

Please joins us next Monday, April 25th at 6pm at the Clark Studio Theater, Lincoln Center Education for Next Stage – a Lincoln Center Education original series focusing on challenges and opportunities for engaging young people in the arts.

 

In conversation are three panelists, each a cultural leader from New York City:

  • Courtney J. Boddie (Director of Education/School Engagement, The New Victory Theater),
  • Sarah Calderon (Managing Director, ArtPlace America), and
  • Jason Yoon (Director of Education, Queens Museum).

 

Hosted and moderated by Russell Granet (Executive Vice President of Lincoln Center Education, Community Engagement, and International), this discussion will examine children and families, and their access to arts and culture events and programs, as well as geographical and financial limitations as barriers.


This Next Stage event is co-presented by Lincoln Center Education with the Archive of New York City Cultural Policy, a resource for nonprofit organizations working to provide arts education services to New York families, schools and community-based organizations.

This event is free and open to the public, but you must reserve tickets in advance. You may reserve tickets here.

If you have any questions about this event, you may click here or call 212-721-6500

WHEN
April 25, 2016 at 6pm - 7:30pm
WHERE
Clark Studio Theater
165 W 65th St
New York, NY 10023
United States
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CONTACT
Lincoln Center · 212-721-6500

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