All FAC educational programming--from tours to student matinees and activities--incorporate Colorado Standards-Based Curriculum. We invite you to sign up for our quarterly newsletter about new educators' resources and programs.
Create an exciting, memorable field trip with a tour of the FAC permanent collections of Native American, Hispanic, Latin American, and modern American art, the Tactile Gallery, and frequent world-class special exhibitions. Choose from a variety of activities incorporating Colorado Standards-Based Curriculum. From art class curricula to gallery tours, FAC educational programs follow the State of Colorado Department of Education’s standards. We strive to encourage student creativity and imagination as a strategy for educational success through the visual arts.
The Fine Arts Center's Theatre Company offers Student Matinees at just $8 a ticket. For every 10 student tickets purchased, receive 1 free teacher/adult chaperone ticket. Additional chaperone tickets are $20 each. We require a 50% deposit to hold the seats, but can work with you on a paymnet plan from there. Questions? Call 719.634.5583 for more information and to reserve your tickets today.
The Wizard of Oz
May 13, 15
Questions? Call 719.477.4345 for more information and to reserve your tickets today.
See all performing arts offerings for the 2013-2014 theatre season.
April 1 – April 11, 2014
Art comes to life with interactive Museum Theatre at the Fine Arts Center! Students in grades K-8 will create passports documenting their travels through art and drama in the FAC galleries
Bringing a group of 10 or more, but not scheduling a tour?
We would still appreciate advance notice of your visit! Please call at least one week ahead for reservations: 719.475.2444.
Every eight students high school and under must be accompanied by one adult chaperone.
* All tours must be scheduled at least two weeks in advance.
This 60-minute workshop provides an introduction to important themes in the play, the music of the production, and an interactive acting opportunity for their students with a professional actor from the production. There will also be time for Q and A with a professional minority actor talking about his climb into regional theatre. Suitable for any class size up to 75 students.