Art, music, theater, and photography provide an opportunity to learn something new as they develop tools for self-expression, leadership, collaboration, and life!
E3: Engage. Experience. Explore Our artist in residence program at Bethel Woods brings high caliber performance art education into local classrooms for students K-12. The residencies culminate with a free community performance in the Event Gallery.
Explore the ‘60s Museum field trips (offered in-person and virtually) bring the lessons of the 1960s to life. Each field trip includes a teacher planning consultation, customized pre and post virtual visit activities, and resources for continued exploration and learning.
P.L.A.Y: Peace. Love. Arts. You. Offered for children ages 5-15, P.L.A.Y. programs offered throughout the summer offer bring the joy of explore unique opportunities for skill development in a variety of art forms.
Project: Identity Teens ages 14-18 have the opportunity to gain new skills sets in photography, media design and content creation as well as attend weekend workshops and off-site field trips to visit arts and cultural events and organizations.
Studio at the Woods Throughout the year, studio classes and after-school workshops for kids ages 8-18 offer lessons in music, painting, sculpture, printmaking, ceramics, and design.
Youth Leadership Day Local high school students examine how they can find their passion and purpose through inspiring presentations and interactive sessions.