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Returning for their 29th season, Missoula Children’s Theatre offers six sessions with a performance on the Friday evening at the end of each session. A total of 60 community children, grades 1-12, come together for a variety of speaking and ensemble roles. No advance preparation is needed.
Summer camp Intensives at the Quick are a great platform to delve into exciting art forms! Have your kids expand their world and try something new with cool exciting subjects lead by amazing local artists.
Expose your students to live theatre experiences that enhance their learning, ignite creativity, and offer a new view of the world around them.
The Curricular Connections Guide is a new initiative at the Quick Center for the Arts this school year. Designed to serve as a resource for Fairfield University faculty and staff, the Guide is created to foster connections between Fairfield classes and Quick Center performances. Included are particular events we feel are of direct relevance to courses being offered on campus. However we believe that our wide array of programming enhances every student and faculty member’s experience on our campus by bringing diverse perspectives and voices that enrich our lives through more well-rounded experiences.
How can you use the CCG to enhance your students’ experiences?
The Guide lists arts events in chronological order; the entry for each event includes time, location, and ticket information, event description, and curricular connections. It is the intent of the Quick Center for the Arts in developing the Curricular Connections Guide to engage Fairfield University faculty in our programs by forming meaningful, logical links between the substance of academic courses and the content of Quick Center events.
For more information on the Quick Center Curricular Connections Guide or engagement opportunities, contact Lori Jones at (203) 254-4000 ext. 2975 or email@example.com.