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Orchestral Concert

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A Parents’ Field Guide to the Symphony

The basics for a harmonious family outing

Kid audience

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Taking Kids to Their First Live Show

Family-friendly tips for preparing children for live performing arts events

Empty Seats in a Theater

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Coast to Coast: Arts Places and Spaces

Fifteen (and more) tried and true places that will help children foster a love of all things arts-related

The Taj Mahal

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Traveling Abroad: Our Family's Trip to India

Experience one family's trip to India, and learn a few tips for the next time your family travels to an exotic land

Teens Visiting a Museum

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Making Art a Part of Your Teen's Life

These expert tips will help make museum visits something they appreciate—and even look forward to

Kids at a Museum

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Getting and Keeping Your Little One’s Attention

Four tips for making arts-related outings preschooler-friendly

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Hispanic Heritage

Article: ¡Vamos a Celebrar!
Celebrating Hispanic Heritage through the arts

Parent and Child with Chorus Line Playbills

Article: Advice for First-time Theater Goers
Tips to minimize the fuss and maximize the fun of your theater experience

Empty Seats in a Theater

Article: Coast to Coast: Arts Places and Spaces
Need to round out your child’s arts education? Check out these 15 museums, theaters, and more that will help you cultivate a strong love for the arts in your kids

Carolers

Article: The Family That Sings Together
A community sing-along guide for families with some tips on singing Handel's Messiah

The Kennedy Center Family Theater

Article: Get to Know the Kennedy Center
The Kennedy Center’s Office of VSA and Accessibility and ArtsEdge are working in collaboration with the Temple University Program of Occupational Therapy, the Ivymount School and Programs and other special educators, experts, parents, and community representatives to develop this online pre-visit story tool. This site is designed to meet the needs of and to be accessible to individuals of all ages with varying disabilities.

Kids at a Museum

Article: Getting and Keeping Your Little One’s Attention
If your preschooler's short attention span makes arts-related outings tricky, read on for four expert tips that will prevent meltdowns and make for an easy and enjoyable excursion

Family Theater

Series: Good to Go: Field Guides to the Arts for Parents
Nervous about taking your kids to an arts event? Don't be! Here's everything you need to know so you're good to go!

Teens Visiting a Museum

Article: Making Art a Part of Your Teen's Life
Five ways to help make museum visits teen-friendly

Ballet Production

Article: A Parents’ Field Guide to Ballet
Everything you need to know so you're good to go to the ballet!

People Observing Van Gogh Painting

Article: A Parents’ Field Guide to Museums
Ideas for making the most of a visit to an art museum

Orchestral Concert

Article: A Parents’ Field Guide to the Symphony
The basics for a harmonious family outing

Kid audience

Article: Taking Kids to Their First Live Show
Family-friendly tips for preparing children for live performing arts events

The Taj Mahal

Article: Traveling Abroad: Our Family's Trip to India
Experience one family's trip to India, and learn a few tips for the next time your family travels to an exotic land

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