Arts Education

The Gallo Center for the Arts believes that the arts are a pathway to building healthy minds, strong bodies, active learners and vibrant communities. We envision that school-aged youth will participate in an educational curriculum that promotes creative learning through cultural diversity and intellectual excellence.


Pathways To Creativity

Pathways To Creativity

Presenting our 2018/19 Pathways to Creativity Arts Education programs and performing arts series. View our upcoming K–12 performances at the Gallo Center.

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Community Engagement

Community Engagement Programs for Educators

Teaching academic content, social responsibility, and life skills through theater-based experiences. The Gallo Center for the Arts arts community engagement programs will provide an imaginative and accessible way for people of all ages to discover, understand, and appreciate the performing arts.

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Prime Shine Driving The Arts

Prime Shine Driving the Arts Transportation Fund

The Gallo Center for the Arts has funding from Prime Shine Car Wash to help offset the cost of transporting students by bus to see arts education performances. The funding can be used for transportation to Gallo Center-presented events only. Student performances presented by Theatreworks, the Gallo Center’s resident companies, or independent producers are excluded. Schools must purchase a minimum of fifty (50) tickets at the Costa Family Fund discounted rate of $5 per student to qualify. Grants will not exceed $200 per round trip, and there is a limit of one grant per class grade per school. A limited number of grants are available for the 2018/19 season and are distributed on a first come, first served basis. A grant request form may be downloaded at GalloArts.org. A representative will contact you after your request has been reviewed.

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* Any adult requesting visitation to a particular student or group of students associated with a school/group attending an Arts Education performance at the Gallo Center for the Arts must be approved by the teacher of that school/group prior to the adult having contact with student.