The Art and Culture Center of Hollywood’s Integrated Arts Distance Learning program delivers free arts instruction to classrooms and media centers via a two-way teleconferencing system operated by the Broward Education Communications Network (BECON).
In partnership with area artists, the Center utilizes the visual and performing arts, music and literature to extend student learning in Broward public schools into a variety of curriculum areas, including math, language arts, history and cultural studies.
Since the program’s inception in 2005-06, more than 10,000 students and 700 educators have completed an Integrated Arts instructional broadcast.
All curricula for the Center’s youth education programs follow Next Generation Sunshine State Standards set by the Florida Department of Education. By adhering to state curriculum standards, the Center assures that the proven benefits of the arts are applied in all subject areas.
Integrated Arts Distance Learning is funded in part by the Josephine S. Leiser Foundation.
Drama with Ferdinand and the Bullies on Cinco De Mayo: May 5, 2015
3-D Kinetic Sculpture: Creating a Pop-Up for Mom: May 1, 2015
Earth Day in the Theater! - Dr. Seuss' The Lorax Project: April 22, 2015
3-D Kinetic Sculpture: Pop-Up Valentine: February 13, 2015
Gyroscopic Sculpture: January 20, 2015
Let's Celebrate! Creating Rhythms for the Holidays: December 18, 2014
Recycled Wreath: Math Like a Donut!: December 8, 2014
Fun Folding Origami Ornaments: December 5, 2014