We’re excited to announce “Take 10!” to make the arts virtually accessible to youth and families through recorded performances. In this time of crisis, we believe the arts can provide a much-needed calm focus and creative outlet for students. With school no longer in session, we’re bringing #ArtsEd to you every weekday. During a long day of distance learning, join us for a ten-minute break with educational segments of music, dance, storytelling, crafts, and more. Our artists have been hard at work doing what they do best, and we’re adding fresh, engaging videos often to help keep students engaged IN and THROUGH the arts during this time of remote learning. #KeepMakingArt #Arts4LearningVATake10 #VAKeepsCreating
For dance/yoga videos, please make sure your space is cleared and wear appropriate shoes. As with all dance and exercise routines, you need to keep good form to avoid and reduce the risk of injury. While we have taken great care to present safe movements and programming, you are performing them at your own risk. Arts for Learning Virginia will not be responsible or liable for any injury or harm you sustain as a result of our online dance/yoga videos.
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This program is funded by Dr. Amelia Ross-Hammond, Anonymous, Business Consortium for Arts Support, Community Knights, Haddad Foundation, Marianne Olivieri Memorial Fund for the Performing Arts of the Hampton Roads Community Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts, PRA Group, and Virginia Commission for the Arts.