ArtsBridge is an outreach program open to any undergraduate or graduate College of Fine Arts student seeking a degree in Architecture, Art, Dance, Film, Music or Theatre.
UNLV ArtsBridge is an outreach program of the UNLV College of Fine Arts that partners fine arts students with at-risk elementary school students to teach biology, math, history and a variety of other topics using the arts.
Being an ArtsBridge scholar is an opportunity for you to design and teach a project in your area of study with a local classroom of students (Grades 1-5). The time commitment for participating in this program is about the same as one of your classes at UNLV. Scheduled teaching time equals 1-2 hours a week with extra time needed for planning and occasional meetings.
The UNLV ArtsBridge Program is semester-long program.
Presently, UNLV ArtsBridge partners with Paradise Elementary School and Ruby Thomas Elementary School, and has plans to expand its reach.
ArtsBridge Scholars earn $1,500 per semester. It is also a great way to share your passion with children in the community and gain teaching experience.
Applications are now being accepted for the UNLV ArtsBridge 2016 Spring Program.
We would like to see applicants from all the departments in the College of Fine Arts! The application deadline is Monday, November 9th, 2015. Applications may be picked up at CDC Building 12 or requested via email.
For more information, please feel free to email questions or rsvp to attend the ArtsBridge Information Meeting being held Friday, October 16th, 2015 at 10 a.m. in HFA 263.