For Professional Outreach Program in the Schools (POPS) click here.
BYU has three performing groups, Young Company, Kinnect, and Traditionz, whose primary mission is to visit local schools and give students an experience that will stay with them for many years to come. There are also many other local performing groups that are willing to perform for students. Listed with each group is the person that should be contacted to schedule that group to do an assembly for your school.
Young Company takes a production to public schools each semester. Each troupe of about 10 BYU students typically performs for 35-40 schools, bringing plays to tens of thousands of students each semester.
To schedule a performance, contact Rebeca Wallin at 801-229-1073 or by email at email@example.com.
Kinnect company gives BYU students the opportunity to develop skills in creating, performing and teaching dance to children K-6. It presents engaging assemblies and creative dance workshops in elementary schools and other community settings.
To schedule a performance, please visit byukinnect.org. Hurry, yearly bookings fill up quickly.
Traditionz, a folk dance performance outreach program, provides entertaining cultural education through dance assemblies at local Utah schools for children during the month of May. Assemblies last approximately 45 minutes.
For more information, please visit our website. To schedule a performance email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Vickie Austin at (801) 422 - 4283
BYU Arts provides opportunities for school children to attend performances in a professional theater as a field trip during the school day.
Museum of Art
Now Playing Utah.com - State-wide performances and exhibitions for all ages, including a calendar of events in theater, music, art, festivals and special events.
Utah Division of Arts and Museums - The official site for the Utah Division of Arts and Museums, including the Utah roster of teaching artists.
A.R.T.S., Inc (Artistic Resources for Teachers and Students) - Performing artists and programs that can be brought to your school.