Explore the arts at home! New Victory Arts Break offers ideas for teachers and families to incorporate performing arts into their online learning. Each week will focus on a different art form with a series of free activities for kids guided by New Victory Teaching Artists.
New Victory Arts Break is funded, in part, by the Laurie M. Tisch Illumination Fund, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, and New York State Council on the Arts.
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Create your very own New Victory Notebook to track your discoveries, respond to activities and document your adventures as you journey through New Victory Arts Break: Explore a World of Arts!
In the coming months, we will feature some of our favorite artist friends to help kids discover global cultures, art forms and human experiences.
We know caregivers are looking for easy, tactile and movement-based activities, so here are five hands-on picks from this spring’s New Victory Arts Break.
For this season’s final Arts Break, we’re taking a tour of performing arts around the world, celebrating a few nations whose art has graced our stage.
We turn to the arts to celebrate Juneteenth together as a way to educate, communicate and activate ourselves towards equality, liberation and justice.
From eagle pose to Superman, you’ll fly to new heights in this series of activities that safely explore balancing, posing and weight sharing.
Guiado por Teaching Artists, Arts Break es un currículum diseñado para que las familias atrapadas en casa incorporen las artes escénicas en su aprendizaje.
Let’s turn our attention inward and imagine new worlds of our own making. This week, we train our theatermaking spotlight on set and costume design.
Step right up—it’s Circus Tricks Week! Using the stuff around you (and the stuff between your ears), you’ll practice feats of showmanship and learn to combine them into circus acts brimming with personal style.
Shuffle and flap your way from basic rhythms and steps to more complex choreo in homemade tap shoes—just don’t make too much noise.