The Whitney Museum of American Art is dedicated to collecting, preserving, interpreting, and exhibiting American art. We exist to celebrate the complexity and diversity of American art and culture.
Jazz At Lincoln Center’s Middle School Jazz Academy is a skills- and aesthetic-based music education program that provides direct individual and ensemble training to students ages 11–13.
We provide comprehensive education and performance opportunities to some of the nation's most outstanding young singers, helping them transition from academic training to a successful opera career.
Lyric Opera’s mission is to present grand opera of the highest international caliber and to nurture an appreciation of opera, music, and performing arts through education and community engagement.
WeBop is a jazz education program for youngsters 8 months to 5 years of age, providing a creative outlet for children and their caretakers to explore jazz through movement, songs, and storytelling.
Through its Community and Access Program, the Whitney Museum will pilot new programs and expand its reach to those who do not normally have access to cultural resources.
Sorolla and America, The San Diego Museum of Art’s largest and most anticipated exhibition of 2014, will focus on the relationship that the artist Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida had with the United Stat
Bocuse d'Or USA Foundation is devoted to inspiring culinary excellence in young professionals and preserving the traditions and quality of classic cuisine in America.
The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego offers an in-depth, distinctive teen program that is considered a national model in visual arts programming for youth audiences across the country.
As an organization with a 37-year history of supporting artists’ ideas and privileging artists’ voices, we have listened carefully and in 2009 launched the Creative Time Global Residency Program.