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Virtual Classroom Workshops

Enhance student learning and engagement with live, interactive Virtual Workshops.

Two New Victory Teaching Artists will join your class virtually via your preferred digital platform to lead you in an interactive workshop designed to dive deep into global cultures and art forms.

Workshops can have anywhere from 5 to 35 students and are 20-60 minutes long (educators will choose the length that works best for their class schedule when booking). Classrooms learning remotely, in-person or a mix of the two are welcome to participate.

Teachers must be present in the virtual space and are highly encouraged to participate in addition to assisting with the technical aspects of the workshop.

Virtual Workshops from 2020-21

Designed to complement specific New Victory Partner Resources from the 2020-21 New Victory Virtual Partnership, the following workshops are no longer available to book.

New Victory Arts Break: Explore a World of Arts

(Grades K – 6)

Choose a continent to explore with New Victory Arts Break Virtual Workshops! Workshops will explore the art forms and artistic process of a specific theater company from your chosen continent.

Australia Workshop

(Grades K – 6)

New Victory Arts Break: Australia workshops will explore art forms inspired by Australia’s Slingsby Theater Company. Art forms explored may include immersive theater, musical composition or world-building.

South America Workshop

(Grades K – 6)

New Victory Arts Break: South America workshops will explore arts forms inspired by Argentina’s Brenda Angiel Aerial Dance Company. Art forms explored may include dance, storytelling through movement or mime.

Europe Workshop

(Grades K – 6)

New Victory Arts Break: Europe workshops will explore art forms inspired by England’s Oily Cart Theatre Company. Art forms explored may include music, street performance, Commedia Dell-arte or sensory theater.

Asia Workshop

(Grades K – 6)

New Victory Arts Break: Asia workshops will explore art forms inspired by Korea’s GRUEJARM Productions. Art forms explored may include magic, mime, or clowning.

Africa Workshop

(Grades K – 6)

New Victory Arts Break: Africa virtual workshops will explore arts forms inspired by South Africa’s Isango Ensemble. Art forms explored may include opera, songwriting, and percussion.

North America Workshop

(Grades K – 6)

New Victory Arts Break: North America virtual workshops will explore art forms inspired by Washington D.C. based dance company Step Afrika! Art forms explored will include stepping, body percussion, and creating dance inspired by history.

New Victory Dance

(Grades 2 – 12)

Students will warm up their bodies and build community through dance. They will also create choreography using objects and physical spaces as inspiration.

This workshop was offered as part of the 2021-20 school year and is no longer available to book.

Generation YOU

(Grades 6 – 12)

Students will discover ways to share their personal stories and amplify their voice about issues important to them. Students will utilize interview-based theater techniques inspired by Ping Chong & Co.’s Generation NYZ .

This workshop was offered as part of the 2021-20 school year and is no longer available to book.

Early Arts Learning

(Grades Pre-K – 2)

For the youngest students, these workshops will help students bring stories to life, explore emotions, sing, move and ignite imaginations through art form-based activities.

This workshop was offered as part of the 2021-20 school year and is no longer available to book.

New Victory Arts Break: LabWorks

(Grades K – 6)

Students will discover their inner artist in a virtual workshop inspired by New Victory LabWorks artists! Students will create their own artistic rituals, curate their very own creative space and find artistic inspiration through observation and perspective-taking.

This workshop was offered as part of the 2021-20 school year and is no longer available to book.

Speak Up, Act Out: Celebrating Juneteenth

(Grades Pre-K – 12)

Students will celebrate joy, resilience and self-liberation through hands-on arts activities that explore the history of Juneteenth and racial justice.

This workshop was offered as part of the 2021-20 school year and is no longer available to book.

Speak Up, Act Out: Inspired by The Lorraine Hansberry Initiative

(Grades 6 – 12)

Inspired by playwright and radical activist Lorraine Hansberry, students will become artivists (arts activists) by turning their radical ideas into action and art.

This workshop was offered as part of the 2021-20 school year and is no longer available to book.