Explore the arts wherever you are! Whether you’re preparing to attend a show or are just looking for some family-friendly creative inspiration, New Victory Arts Break offers free online activities guided by New Victory Teaching Artists for teachers and families to incorporate performing arts into their learning. In this ongoing series, discover posts related to past and upcoming shows that will flex your creativity and stretch your imagination!
New Victory Arts Break is funded, in part, by Bloomberg Philanthropies, the Laurie M. Tisch Illumination Fund, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, and New York State Council on the Arts.
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In this week’s New Victory Arts Break, get ready to remember, create and play with different universes without even leaving your home!
This week, we visit Slingsby’s “Hall of Possibility” to learn how they make theater, and then we’ll make our own shadow adventure story.
All season long, we will be visiting a continent every four weeks and a few of our many artistic friends who are based there. First up is Australia!
Create your very own New Victory Notebook to track your discoveries, respond to activities and document your adventures as you journey through New Victory Arts Break: Explore a World of Arts!
In the coming months, we will feature some of our favorite artist friends to help kids discover global cultures, art forms and human experiences.
We know caregivers are looking for easy, tactile and movement-based activities, so here are five hands-on picks from this spring’s New Victory Arts Break.
For this season’s final Arts Break, we’re taking a tour of performing arts around the world, celebrating a few nations whose art has graced our stage.
We turn to the arts to celebrate Juneteenth together as a way to educate, communicate and activate ourselves towards equality, liberation and justice.
From eagle pose to Superman, you’ll fly to new heights in this series of activities that safely explore balancing, posing and weight sharing.
Guiado por Teaching Artists, Arts Break es un currículum diseñado para que las familias atrapadas en casa incorporen las artes escénicas en su aprendizaje.