Education & Outreach
For all of our season productions, IU Auditorium strives to organize additional outreach events that complement our shows.
These outreach initiatives are organized to serve several purposes. They provide a greater contextual understanding of a show, generate a deeper artistic experience, create an opportunity for social networking, or offer individuals the chance to expand their knowledge in the field of arts and entertainment.
These events take on several forms, including but not limited to:
- Guest lectures
- Cast interactions
- Venue tours
- Educational panels
To learn more about when public educational outreach opportunities take place, follow us on Facebook as events are added there as they confirm.
Through April 2019, over 5,500 students, guests, and patrons participated in educational outreach opportunities and events in conjunction with the 2018–2019 season.
IU African American Dance Company participating in a dance workshop with Alvin Ailey performer Clifton Brown
IU Jacobs School of Music Symphony Orchestra rehearsing with Maestro Franz Welser-Most of The Cleveland Orchestra
Monroe County School Corporation 7th and 8th graders enjoying a matinee performance by Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater