As part of an innovative after-school residency, 5th graders in Newport News have unveiled 3D artistic creations that are the result of weeks of brainstorming, teamwork, and hands-on design. Four teams of students at George J. McIntosh Elementary School created prototypes that address social issues, presenting their models to educators, community leaders, Arts for Learning […]
Harlan Brownlee is a dancer and choreographer with more than three decades in the arts education field who presents virtual programs for Arts for Learning. Harlan has been awarded a Young Audiences National Residency Teaching Artist credential. He is a regular presenter for the Kennedy Center and is known for his interactive programs “Weather on the Move” and “Planets in our Social System” that combine movement with science concepts, creating a dynamic STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math) curriculum.
Harlan Brownlee is a touring artist from Kansas City, Missouri. Please contact Katie Driskill, School and Community Relationships Coordinator, at 757-961-3737 to discuss tour availability!
What is a tour? A tour is a set number of programs (3-10) scheduled within a specific time span (2-5 days) and within a specific region. Tours are subject to change or cancellation if the minimum number of programs and/or dates are not met.
All tour pricing is subject to change based on number of programs, travel distance, hotel stays, and meals. Please contact us if you have any questions.