ARTS ARIZONA 2017: RODEO DAYS ARTS EDUCATION PROGRAM
February 23-24, 2017 from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Learn about the WEST – and the ARTS that made it THE BEST!
Provided in collaboration with the Arizona Historical Society
Janice Deardorff, Western Heritage Singer/Songwriter (www.janicedeardorff.com) and Arts Arizona Program Coordinator
Western Heritage singer/song-writer Janice Deardorff is the Arts Arizona Program Coordinator and music educator. The depth and quality of this program is reflected in its other faculty, which include Lee Anderson (and his horse Concho), Ted Ramirez: Tucson’s Official Balladeer, as well as John Scott from the Arizona Ghostriders, and Folklorico expert Andrea Parber! Through this interactive, multi-genre arts education program, students will learn about western heritage music, corrido poetry, storytelling, Folklorico dancing, visual arts, and much more!
For Students Grades 2 – 5
Thursday, February 23rd and Friday, February 24th
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Arizona Historical Society, 949 E. 2nd Street (NW Corner of Park & 2nd)
Tuition: $100 (What a DEAL! This is $5.50 an hour!) – Includes 18 hours of programming and LUNCH both days
SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE (based on the Federal Free & Reduced Lunch Program Guidelines) – CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION