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Arts experiences are a critical part of a child’s education, cultivating empathy, expanding world views, creating human connections, and enhancing creative problem-solving skills. We present special opportunities, such as school-day matinee performances from professional touring artists and gallery tours, that spark interest in the arts and the creative process for public, private, and home-schooled students of all ages and backgrounds. Since we opened in 2013, more than 23,000 children have enjoyed these kinds of opportunities at absolutely no cost to the schools or the students.
Check out the upcoming opportunities for free school-day matinees at the Moss Arts Center this spring. Do you have questions about attending a school-day performance at the Moss? Read our FAQs.
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Jamming with Junk
To celebrate Earth Day, the Moss Arts Center challenges students of all ages to clean up their communities and use the junk they collect to create musical instruments! Use #JammingwithJunk and tag us at @artscenteratvt to share a video on social media of you playing your upcycled instrument(s). Would you like to have your video included in a pre-performance video for Small Island, Big Song on Wednesday, April 17? Submit your file by March 31 at bit.ly/submit-jamming-with-junk.
We're dedicated to providing transformative arts experiences to children through gallery tours, artist engagements, and special school-day matinee performances from renowned touring artists for children, teachers, and families. Explore exciting new opportunities to connect with the arts through study guides created especially for young audiences, like this guide to our spring 2024 exhibition, Messengers.