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Are you a teacher, administrator, or school liaison looking to expand your students’ classroom experiences in ways that support your Common Core goals? Let Bethel Woods help!

Typically, programming in-school starts off with an in-school assembly to get the whole school excited and informed about E3! Then the visiting artists return to the school later in the week for one or two days of classroom workshops that enhance student and teacher participation in the material. All are welcomed to attend the weekend community day performance at the end of the week.

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. With typically one to two schools being chosen for the in-school opportunity, we suggest applying as soon as possible.


If in-school performance and workshops are more than your school is looking for, apply for our E3 opportunity to see a live performance inside the Event Gallery at Bethel Woods.

For more information about E3: Engage. Experience. Explore., please contact us at [email protected].

Funding for arts and humanities, outreach and museum education programs has been provided by Bethel Woods members and donors and through generous gifts from foundations, individuals and agencies including: The American Gift Fund, the Tammy and Keith Anderson Foundation, the AT&T Aspire Program, the John N. Blackman Sr. Foundation, Annelise Gerry and Family, Robyn Gerry, Nellie and Robert Gipson, Humanities NY, IBM, Joan Kaplan, the William and Elaine Kaplan Family Foundations, Liberty Properties Inc., the Monticello Motor Club, New Music USA, the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, Resorts World Catskills, the Rhulen Loughlin Family -- in memory of Trevor John Loughlin, Rolling V Bus Corporation, James and Kelly Schmitt and Stewarts Shops. Transportation and tuition assistance has been made possible in part by Dan and Joan Silna, and TD Charitable Foundation, and the Williams Endowed Education Fund at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts.