After more than thirty years showcasing world-renowned music, dance, and theatre performances, our Revelations arts education program has expanded, and now includes exciting in school residencies for K-12 students. Our Revelations arts exposure performances continue to be a mainstay and revered by those who continue to join us year after year.
Our workshops and educational materials encourage children to explore and develop their innate creative potential and make connections between live performance and classroom studies. Each Revelations field trip program includes free Student and Teacher Guides, which are linked to school curriculum and New York City and State Learning Standards.
This year’s line-up of Revelations’ performances at Kupferberg Center feature powerful messages of love, courage, and what makes math fun! Read on to learn more about the exciting shows we have in store.
All Revelations tickets are $8.00 or $6.00 when reserving three or more performances at one time. Buy 15 tickets and get one free. Book your field trip by calling 718-793-8080 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org . Programs and events are subject to change without notice.
Title 1 schools, please call our box office for information about free and discounted tickets.
Save with school purchase order use NYC DOE vendor number COL0220000
Ordering Information for In School Residencies:
Pricing for Kupferberg Center for the Arts’ In School Residencies varies based on specific program and length. Eight weeks residencies are $1,500. Call for pricing and availability for our four and six week residencies and single day courses.
For details or to schedule your residency, email email@example.com or call 718-793-8080.
Accelerating the Arts and Revelations: Arts Education for Young People are made possible by the Milton and Sally Avery Arts Foundation and the Kupferberg Foundation. Additional funding is provided, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the New York City Council and Queens Borough President Melinda Katz.