OUR ARTISTS ARE EXPERIENCED
The artists we represent have cumulatively about 145 years of experience working in Arts in Education programming. They are extremely talented artists themselves and are especially gifted teaching artists.
AAE artist-educators have all been juried and accepted to the Massachusetts Cultural Council Creative Teaching Artist Roster, the only juried artist roster in the Commonwealth. Our artists have also been recipients of grants outside Massachusetts. We are registered with some New York State Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) and are very willing to expand into new areas.
We believe very strongly in the importance of previewing arts in education programs. We encourage and welcome you to preview any of our artists. We do not list school performances on the web site since policy on visitors varies from school to school. Please call or email us to request contact information on time and locations closest to you. We can also provide you with regional references.
Please contact us for previewing opportunities.
Abdou's Sabar and Djembe dynamic dance workshops and performances, Wolof language and classroom discussions bring Senegal's culture alive for your students.
Israeli, Saphardi, Bahian Street Beats & Blues
The Guy Mendilow Ensemble is now touring its project Tales from the Forgotten Kingdom: Ladino Songs Renewed. The CD will be available soon.
A multi talented singer, composer and performer, Martin Swinger's programs include engaging classroom songwriting workshops across the curriculum, and fun concerts.
Ray of Hope
Alika Hope and Ray Morant present The Music and Stories of 19th Century African Americans and Abolitionists. Historical accounts, live music and readings of primary source documents bring this period in New England history to life.
Tony Vacca, internationally renowned percussionist and composer, presents educational programs that are visually stunning and musically simply astounding.
David presents 2 stories about his childhood to K-12 students.