The Rosin Box Project is committed to the growth of its artists AND to the growth of young minds in the arts. In 2020, TRBP has launched several education initiatives aimed at connecting students to the performing arts. Learn more about our innovative programming below and please contact us if you would like to learn more about partnering with us on projects with your school or classroom!
**Please note that all work in Southern California and Baja California will remain virtual until such time that the CDC recommends otherwise. All of our programs contain virtual and in-person modules that allow for the same student experience, regardless of method. All virtual modules are available internationally!
Open Rehearsals on ZOOM
Ever wondered what the process of building dances looks like? Curious to experience a day in the life of a professional dancer? Join TRBP for our Open Rehearsal Series, where we invite students to observe the creation process and watch as professional choreographers build dances with the artists of The Rosin Box Project.
Classrooms will watch either in person OR online, then participate in a group talk-back with the choreographers and dancers! Students can engage with our international roster of dancemakers. Join the TRBP family for this on-of-a-kind dive into the minds of some of the most celebrated creative talent in the dance world.
*Rehearsal Series will only take place virtually through January 2021 to ensure the health and safety of all students. Participating classrooms will receive a zoom link and a worksheet with information on the artists two weeks before joining the Open Rehearsal.
Pictured: SDSCPA students with Donnie Duncan Jr. of Netherlands Dance Theater
DANCE IS FILLED WITH ACTIONS! Learn about ballet and analyze language choices in TRBP's flagship arts integration program, THE BALLET MACHINE. This innovative approach to language learning combines physical activity with learning words and building sentences in a two-part workshop that facilitates digital AND in-person learning. Our K-5 program is available to San Diego and Orange County schools on-site, but completely virtual versions are accessible by partner schools across the United States! We relish the chance to work with your classroom to explore and enhance language lessons in a new way, all while empowering students to excel at something new in the presence of their peers.
PICTURED ABOVE: COMPANY DANCER BETHANY GREEN IN OUR BALLET MACHINE PROGRAM VIDEO, INTERACTIVE VIRTUAL LESSON WITH K-5 STUDENTS.
Ballet Machine FAQ
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