ArtStream in Your Community
Classes for Your Community
ArtStream’s talented Teaching Artists lead a variety of workshops and classes for groups, schools, and private organizations. Classes are designed for people of all ages with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDDs), including autism. Learning through the arts is empowering. Classes/programs build upon entertaining and demanding games that encourage participants to be creative, to pay attention to others, to listen, to respond, to engage with others. Classes/programs foster social connections as participants practice communication skills like eye contact, listening, and self-awareness. In the process, participants build their confidence, discover their creativity and strengths, and expand their capabilities and self-awareness. All of this, and more, while having fun!
- Dance and movement
- Drama and Storytelling
- Musical Theatre
- Workplace communication
- Public speaking
Contact ArtStream to design a class to fit your organization’s needs:
“In real life, I’m very cautious, but onstage, when your improv scene partner comes up with an idea, you just have to go with it.”
–Age 28, ArtStream actor since 2017
Current Program Partners
Performances for your Community
Book our Traveling Troupe
The adult performers in ArtStream’s Inclusive Traveling Theater Troupe are available to showcase their original works and extraordinary talents throughout the metro region.
ArtStream’s Traveling Troupe performances include dramatic scenes, music, or dance.
Improv with ArtStream Workshops for your Community
Contact ArtStream to arrange an intro to improv workshop where you will practice thinking on your feet, honing your listening skills, increasing flexibility and risk-taking, sharpening your observation ability, connecting within a group, and enhancing problem-solving and creativity, all while having fun with friends and family.
No experience necessary.
Improv for Business Workshop for your Leadership Team
Improvisation exercises are the key to being able to speak up in a meeting or an elevator, engage in group problem-solving, synthesize information, and connect with customers. Contact ArtStream to arrange an intro to improv session where you will practice thinking on your feet, honing your listening skills, increasing flexibility and risk-taking, sharpening your observation ability, and enhancing problem-solving and creativity.
No experience necessary.
Intro to Improv sessions are co-taught by a Master Teacher and an ArtStream self-advocate.