📣 Announcing Washington State Wolf Trap

A Wolf Trap Teaching Artist residency in action in Pasco, Washington. Photo courtesy ESD 123.

Olympia, WA and Vienna, VA (Oct. 24, 2023) – Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts and ArtsWA, the Washington State Arts Commission, have announced a partnership that will bring Wolf Trap’s customizable arts-based teaching and learning programs to early childhood classrooms in Washington StateThe partnership creates Washington State Wolf Trap, Wolf Trap’s newest addition to a growing network of 26 affiliates across the United States and Singapore.

Wolf Trap and its affiliates work collaboratively with schools to deliver vital virtual and in-person classroom residencies, professional development workshops for teachers, and family workshops that serve the unique needs of their communities. The affiliate program is operated under Wolf Trap Institute for Early Learning Through the Arts, a program of Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts based in Vienna, VA. Through Wolf Trap’s education programs, including the work of the Institute and its affiliates, Wolf Trap serves nearly 100,000 children, families, and educators each year.


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