UA-43757491-2 Education – Braata Productions

EDUCATION

The education and outreach arm of Braata Productions’ purpose is to create and promote projects that engage with the community in a more dynamic, and far-reaching manner that goes beyond performance.

This is where the talent and resources of both the theatre workshop, and the folk singers are combined with a strong teaching component to address issues of cultural preservation, social justice, and social change tailored to the needs of the varied communities within the Caribbean Diaspora.

The key aspect of these ventures will be collaboration, whether with medical centers, civic organizations, schools, or community centers, Braata will work to further the educational and social well being of the communities it serves.

Addressing issues of cultural preservation, social justice, and social change. Whether it’s a traditional family event like ‘Ole Time Christmas Grand Market, theatre workshops on sexual health and responsibility in a community center or church hall, or an in-school drama residency focusing on bullying, after school performing arts programs or music workshops, Braata will employ the services of trained teaching artists to execute applied arts programs guided by curricula to fully engage participants in more life-affirming options for the betterment of their immediate environments. Our Caribbean people have a unique voice and play an integral part in the make up of United States communities yet are often not at the centre of commercial activities or media, thus messages are either lost on them or never heard. Through education and outreach Braata aims to minimize this and create waves of improvement.

CREATIVE MASTER SERIES

The education and outreach arm of Braata Productions’ purpose is to create and promote projects that engage with the community in a more dynamic, and far-reaching manner that goes beyond performance.

This is where the talent and resources of both the theatre workshop, and the folk singers are combined with a strong teaching component to address issues of cultural preservation, social justice, and social change tailored to the needs of the varied communities within the Caribbean Diaspora.

The key aspect of these ventures will be collaboration, whether with medical centers, civic organizations, schools, or community centers, Braata will work to further the educational and social well being of the communities it serves.

Whether it’s a traditional family event like ‘Ole Time Christmas Grand Market, theatre workshops on sexual health and responsibility in a community center or church hall, or an in-school drama residency focusing on bullying, after school performing arts programs or music workshops, Braata will employ the services of trained teaching artists to execute applied arts programs guided by curricula to fully engage participants in more life-affirming options for the betterment of their immediate environments. Our Caribbean people have a unique voice and play an integral part in the make up of United States communities yet are often not at the centre of commercial activities or media, thus messages are either lost on them or never heard. Through education and outreach Braata aims to minimize this and create waves of improvement.

SENIOR CENTER OUTREACH

The education and outreach arm of Braata Productions’ purpose is to create and promote projects that engage with the community in a more dynamic, and far-reaching manner that goes beyond performance.

This is where the talent and resources of both the theatre workshop, and the folk singers are combined with a strong teaching component to address issues of cultural preservation, social justice, and social change tailored to the needs of the varied communities within the Caribbean Diaspora.

The key aspect of these ventures will be collaboration, whether with medical centers, civic organizations, schools, or community centers, Braata will work to further the educational and social well being of the communities it serves.

Whether it’s a traditional family event like ‘Ole Time Christmas Grand Market, theatre workshops on sexual health and responsibility in a community center or church hall, or an in-school drama residency focusing on bullying, after school performing arts programs or music workshops, Braata will employ the services of trained teaching artists to execute applied arts programs guided by curricula to fully engage participants in more life-affirming options for the betterment of their immediate environments. Our Caribbean people have a unique voice and play an integral part in the make up of United States communities yet are often not at the centre of commercial activities or media, thus messages are either lost on them or never heard. Through education and outreach Braata aims to minimize this and create waves of improvement.