Lincoln Center Education
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Lincoln Center Education (LCE), is the education division of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. Founded in 1975 as the Lincoln Center Institute.
In 2013, the former Lincoln Center Institute received a $4 million grant from the Sherman Fairchild Foundation to support a rebranding effort and new programs. The institute was subsequently renamed Lincoln Center Education. It focuses on K-12 arts education programs; higher education partnerships to train arts education teachers; family and community outreach programs; a dedicated institute for arts education research and professional development; a consultancy branch; and a season of nine to twelve dance, music, and theater presentations produced exclusively for young audiences.
- Clark Studio Theater
- Samuels Teaching Studio
- Heckscher Foundation Resource Center
- Robin Pogrebin (October 8, 2013), $4 Million Grant to Help Rebrand Lincoln Center Institute, New York Times.
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