WHAT IS CAVE?
CAVE's "beyond the classroom" approach immerses students and teachers in their local arts communities.
In partnership with The Grand Theatre, The Palace Theatre's London Community Players, and TAP Centre for Creativity, the LAC has created week-long hands-on learning experiences in active arts venues.
Students will explore a non-profit/community arts organization, learn about the rewards and challenges of running such an organization, and gain (through hands-on learning and real-life examples) a better understanding of the occupations and opportunities that are possible within the arts sector.
Students will connect with arts professionals and learn what goes on behind the scenes—including writing, planning, designing, budgeting, marketing, rehearsing, and contributing to the local arts community.
Students will experiment with a variety of art forms—including role playing, movement, costume design, character and script development, and creating narratives around impromptu situations and props—under the instruction of arts professionals and LAIR artists.
HOW CAN STUDENTS PARTICIPATE?
Week-long CAVE learning experiences are arranged on a class by class basis. If you're interested in your class taking part, please contact Jeremy Jeresky (Specialist, Education Portfolio) at
WHAT IS CAVE'S IMPACT?
For more information about CAVE,
please contact Jeremy Jeresky
(Specialist, Education Portfolio)