Access for All
Arts & Lectures Learning
Dance Theatre of Harlem performs an Arts Adventures program for schoolchildren at The Granada Theatre (photo: David Bazemore)
Building a more connected, thoughtful and compassionate community through diverse arts, culture and ideas that are accessible to all.
Through Access for ALL, Arts & Lectures' suite of education and community programs, we make inspirational, enriching and dynamic learning opportunities possible for classrooms, campus and the community.
Martha Graham Dance Company’s Lloyd Knight teaches a workshop for UCSB dance students (photo: David Bazemore)
MUSE (Maximizing the UCSB Student Experience) provides real-world insights and drives students to engage and create via master classes, workshops, lecture-demonstrations, discounted tickets and more.
U.S. Women’s National Team soccer stars Megan Rapinoe and Alex Morgan give a youth soccer clinic (photo: Isaac Hernández)
Arts Adventures inspires the next generation with field trips for local K-12 students to see the most notable artists and thinkers of our time, while Arts Up-Close brings those artists and speakers off the stage and into the classroom with workshops, Q&As and assemblies.
Soweto Gospel Choir leads a community sing-along at Campbell Hall Plaza (photo: David Bazemore)
Connecting the community for life through public workshops, book signings, post-event Q&As, salon-style discussions and collaborations with local partners.
For more information about A&L’s education programs, contact (805) 893-3850 / firstname.lastname@example.org.
Materials Online for Studying Arts, Ideas and Culture
MOSAIC is a collection of links, study guides, and other digital materials available for enhancing education around the arts, ideas, and culture shared by Arts & Lectures speakers and artists, and other cultural non-profits. With three segments – MOSAIC for ALL, MOSAIC for K-12 teachers, and Archived Lectures for UCSB Faculty – there’s a little something for everyone.