For Students 9—12 

After-School Programs

BAM helps teens develop critical tools for experiencing art in after-school programs. These free programs cover a range of interests, from critical viewing and writing about performance and film, to dancing and choreography, to examining issues of social justice.

After-school programs are taught by arts professionals and include opportunities to experience performances by professional visiting companies. All programming is tailored to meet city and state learning standards, Common Core State Standards, and the Blueprint for Teaching and Learning in the Arts.

Education
Arts & Justice
Oct 7—Dec 20, 2014
 
Arts & Justice
Oct 7—Dec 20, 2014
Students Only
 

Students develop their artistic and critical thinking skills in this free program that uses theater to examine localized social justice issues.

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Education
Young Film Critics
Oct 9—Dec 18, 2014
 
Young Film Critics
Oct 9—Dec 18, 2014
Students Only
 

Aspiring cinephiles get the chance to sharpen their critical writing skills, engage in lively discussion about classic and new films, and meet prominent writers and film professionals.

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Fall Dance Insider
Oct 25—Nov 15, 2014
 
Fall Dance Insider
Oct 25—Nov 15, 2014
 

A free workshop series for dance students grades 9—12, led by 2014 Next Wave Festival artists Bénédicte Billet (Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch) and Ivy Baldwin (2014 Harkness Foundation Artist in Residence).

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Education
Dancing into the Future
Feb 3—May 12, 2015
 
Dancing into the Future
Feb 3—May 12, 2015
Students Only
 

Drawing on a range of techniques and styles, students create and perform original dance works under the guidance of professional dance artists.

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Education
Brooklyn Interns for Arts & Culture
Jan 12—Jun 5, 2015
 
Brooklyn Interns for Arts & Culture
Jan 12—Jun 5, 2015
Grade 12
 

Brooklyn Interns for Arts and Culture is an after-school program for high school seniors with an interest in arts administration.

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