9th Annual Arts in Education Program
by Pamela Batson (September 2008)
Faculty, staff, and students in the Penn State College of Education are invited to sign up to win tickets to select performances from the Center for the Performing Arts at Penn State as part of the College’s annual Arts in Education program.
The Arts in Education program, now in its 9th year, provides valuable shared experiences for College of Education students, faculty, and staff members that increase our collective knowledge about and appreciation for the arts. The program was developed by the Student Advisory Forum and is based on the premise that all educators need to be in touch with the arts.
“Each year, the feedback from the College community reaffirms the importance of promoting Arts in Education in fun, unique ways that expose people to performances they might not otherwise have an opportunity to attend,” said Dean David Monk. “We appreciate the financial support from our friends and alumni to make this happen.”
Through the program, College community members can enter a lottery to win tickets to these artistic performances throughout the 2008-09 academic year:
- Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis, October 9
- Mufaro’s Beautiful Daughters performed by the Dallas Children’s Theatre, October 26
- Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, November 6
- Jesus Christ Superstar, February 3
- KODO, a Japanese drumming ensemble, March 18
- Ax-Perlman-Ma, featuring pianist Emanuel Ax, violinist Itzhak Perlman, and cellist Yo-Yo Ma, March 30
- The Acting Company/Guthrie Theatre Production of Henry V, April 21
How to win tickets:
- You will receive an e-mail for each arts event, inviting you to participate in the lottery.
- To enter the lottery, visit the Arts in Education group in ANGEL
- Go to cms.psu.edu
- Log in with your Penn State Access Account ID and password.
- Under “My Group,” select Find a Group.
- Type “Arts in Education” in the keyword search box and search.
- Select College of Education: Arts in Education from the search results and complete the questionnaire.
- Winners will be notified by e-mail.
- Tickets will be available to winners in 247 Chambers Building.
- Enjoy the show!
To learn more about each production, visit the Center for Performing Arts at www.cpa.psu.edu.
Faculty, staff and students are also encouraged to visit on-campus exhibitions at the Palmer Museum of Art, the HUB Galleries, and elsewhere. To learn more, visit the College’s calendar of events.