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Articles tagged with "children"

Theatres and galleries are not classrooms, so why do we treat them as if they were?

11 November 2014

Should arts organizations try to fit into educational practices or embrace their own worth asks Anna Cutler of Tate.

Arts in a hospital school: 'The best time at the worst time'

28 October 2014

Staff from the Children's Hospital School at Great Ormond Street describe how having the arts at the heart of their curriculum is key to pupils' success.

Two years in: The Royal Opera House Bridge 2013/14 Annual Review digested

8 October 2014

A closer look at how children and young people in the east of England are connecting with art and culture.

Opening the doors to our theatre, and opening minds about opera and ballet

9 June 2014

Harriet Harman draws some curious conclusions from a visit to the ROH.

What pieces of music should every child hear?

4 June 2014

With the importance of music in education once more in the headlines, what music would you ensure everyone had access to?

Watch: Director Natalie Abrahami on How the Whale Became

5 December 2013

A behind-the-scenes glimpse of rehearsals for the operatic adaptation of Ted Hughes’s creation tales.

Fun for All the Family: Operas originally created for children

7 November 2013

Opera has a long tradition of child-friendly works. Before curtain up on How the Whale Became, a few iconic examples.

ROH Thurrock Summer events 2013: song, dance, jazz, rap and opera

23 May 2013

A diverse programme of concerts and workshops ahead at Thurrock.

The pursuit of happiness: how the arts are essential to childrens’ experience of school

2 May 2013

Conference concludes that arts-based learning is vital.

Taking children to the opera? Listen without prejudice

2 April 2013

Director John Fulljames on creating works specifically for young people.

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