Steven Herring performs for Ticonderoga Middle School students. Herring is a member of The Learning Arts, which presented “Broadway and Carnegie Hall” to students recently.
Photo by Nancy Frasier.
continued “We have been committed to education and life long learning for more than 30 years,” John Cimino, president of The Learning Arts, said. “Education is the centerpiece of our mission. Our work with educators and students in more than 30 states has won us national recognition and our unique innovations in arts-based teaching and learning, linked to our signature approaches to interdisciplinary thinking, creativity, and knowledge integration place us at the cutting edge of educational research, theory and practice. We work with students of all ages and all abilities.
“Our programs are interactive learning experiences designed to spark students’ thinking, curiosity and the desire to learn more,” he said. “From one-hour workshops exploring the inner life of music and art to music-centered programs illuminating the inner workings of science and the humanities, our programs support and extend academic curriculum standards while building important connections between ideas. Our programs are at once playful, serious, creative and fun.”