Registration is now open for K-12 schools across Georgia to participate in ArtsBridge Foundation’s 2023-24 Arts Education Series, which includes field trips and professional development events.

The first educational event of 2023 is the Georgia Symphony Orchestra’s field trip to GSO Jazz. On October 16, he performed jazz at Jazz for Kids at Lincoln Center, followed by an outdoor trip to Hot Peas and Butter the next day. Both field trips will be held at 11 a.m., but advance registration is required.

Elizabeth Lenhart, Director of Arts Education at ArtsBridge Foundation, said: “Seven field trips have been confirmed so far in 2023-24 to meet the growing demand for out-of-school performing arts experiences.” said.

On the professional development front, ArtsBridge Foundation is hosting Theater: Inside-n-Out as part of its second year in a row. This popular series is aimed at high school students (grades 9-12) and requires pre-registration ($125).

In Theater: Inside-N-Out, presenters teach students, theater directors, and production team faculty about specialized technical and theatrical skills, such as lighting and sound, from the stage of the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center’s John A. Williams Theater. Teach. Registration is $125, with group rates reduced to $100 (5-9 students) or $75 (10 or more students).

The full 2023-2024 ArtsBridge Foundation lineup is listed below. Further instructions and registration details are available online at For more information or to register by phone, call ArtsBridge Foundation at 770-916-2805. ArtsBridge Foundation may present more works during the season. Please visit our website for the latest schedule.

Field trip includes:

・GSO Jazz! Jazz performance at Jazz for Kids at Lincoln Center, October 16th at 11am (4th grade through 8th grade)

· Hot Peas ‘n Butter, Oct. 17 at 11 a.m. (K-12)

· The Carp That Couldn’t Quit, November 13th 11am (Kindergarten to 2nd grade high school)

· Jason Bishop Show, Nov. 14, 11 a.m. (Kindergarten through 12th grade)

· “The Nutcracker” by Atlanta Ballet, performed Dec. 15 at 11 a.m. (K-12 grades). Limited seats available (1,500)

· Mayhem Poets, January 30th, 11 a.m. (grades 6-12)

· ArtsKSU Review, March 26, 11 a.m. (grades 6-12)

· Behind-the-scenes tour, available on school days fall through spring (all ages – up to 30 students) $5

Professional development options include:

· Theater: Inside-n-Out, dates to be determined (grades 9-12) $125 group rate, more information available at

ArtsBridge Foundation’s entire lineup of arts education programs is available to K-12 students, teachers, and parents. Founded 16 years ago as the nonprofit education arm of the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center, ArtsBridge Foundation serves approximately 20,000 students annually in subjects such as music, math, dance, science, live theater, literature, social studies, and poetry. are participating.

Performances include regional and world-renowned touring companies, singers, dancers, artists, and actors who engage youth with age-appropriate content and help educators incorporate learning within their classroom curriculum. Directly supports Georgia Standards of Excellence with educational guides to expand and continue. In line with ArtsBridge Foundation’s mission, vision, and commitment to Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access (IDEA), the organization provides enrollment and bus transportation grants to Title I and high-needs schools. We offer financial aid grant programs. We have 2,500 seats available for each performance. To access the Financial Aid Subsidy application, visit

In conjunction with each school field trip, ArtsBridge Foundation continues its Snack Pack program, which provides nutritious snack packs to all students participating in lunchtime field trips through the generous support of Amazon and Lunasant Bank. Masu. Brown paper bag lunches include non-perishable items such as fruit cups, juice, granola bars, crackers, and fruit gummies (contents may vary). The Snack Pack program was launched in 2018 to address food insecurity and alleviate student hunger. For more information on sponsoring and volunteering to assemble and distribute snack packs, visit

ArtsBridge Foundation provides quality arts education and community programs that engage, motivate, inspire, and advance the next generation of artists and arts supporters. ArtsBridge supports programs at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center, including field trips, professional development, and the five-time Southeast Emmy Award-winning annual Georgia High School Musical Theater Awards (GHSMTA). , which provides arts education opportunities for students in grades K-12. Since 2007, ArtsBridge has served approximately 425,000 students and educators in Georgia’s 70 counties, as well as students in her five contiguous states. ArtsBridge Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. For more information, visit

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