Tampa, Fla. – Applications for the Straz Center’s 2022-2023 Arts Education Partnership Program, now in its thirteenth year, are available online. The application deadline is Friday, May 27.
The Straz Center seeks to provide high-quality arts learning programs through outreach partnerships. Through this program, the Straz is delivering services at no cost to more than 30 schools and service agencies. Services include sequential performing arts training, teaching artist visits, workshops, master classes and tickets to see study-related performances at the Straz Center. In addition, the Straz Center provides scholarship opportunities for students who wish to pursue further training at the Patel Conservatory.
The application process includes an online application, interview and site visit. Previous partners must reapply to be considered. Selection criteria include, but are not limited to, demonstrated need, student demographics and geographic location.
The Straz Center’s Arts Education Partnerships Program is supported in part by Bloomin’ Brands, Couch Family Foundation, Kinder Morgan Foundation, Suncoast Credit Union Foundation, The Spurlino Foundation, Triad Foundation and MetLife Foundation. Additional support for Straz Center Arts Education Programs comes from TECO, The Saunders Foundation and Cornelia T. Bailey Foundation.
For more information about the Straz Center for the Performing Arts and its upcoming events, visit www.strazcenter.org.
The Straz Center is continuously evaluating health conditions and adjusting safety protocols.
Guests should always visit strazcenter.org/safety before attending a performance.