September 2020
LBC Takes Learning Online—Just Like You!

Free virtual School Shows with on-demand availability for an entire month!

Arts-integrated residencies perfect for distance learning!

Online Professional Development to inspire you in your virtual classroom!

Have you seen our latest brochure with amazing programs just for you and your students?! We know the start of this year is hard, which is why we are offering as many virtual programs and as many scholarships as possible. Just like you’re committed to being there to help your students succeed and get through this unprecedented time, we’re committed to being here for you, too.

Check out our programs to see which is right for you!
Latino Heritage Month Kicks Off With
LBC’s 11th Annual
Fiesta de Independencia
Presented by Redwood Credit Union

A celebration of Latin America came to Sonoma County on Sunday, September 13—streamed electronically for the first time ever! Luther Burbank Center for the Arts and our Latino Advisory Council were thrilled to present the 11th annual Fiesta de Independencia in partnership with Redwood Credit Union. This is a free, family-friendly celebration of community, cultural diversity, and Latino heritage, which was broadcast through Facebook and YouTube. The event welcomed students from Roseland University Prep’s MEChA Club for their presentations on Latin American countries celebrating independence this month. La Fiesta featured incredible local artists Danza Azteca Xantotl, Ballet Folklórico Ireri, and LBC’s own Mariachi youth ensemble, along with music sensation Industria del Amor. An annual highlight, El Grito, was presented by the Mexican Consulate of San Francisco, commemorating the famed cry for independence.

Thank you to all the amazing participants and sponsors for making this event possible!

Click here to watch Fiesta de Independencia!

Generously sponsored by
with additional support from


The Chicken Dance

by ArtsPower
October 2020
Available all month long!

Grades PK-3

This colorful musical follows chickens Marge and Lola as they try to win first prize in their barnyard talent contesttwo tickets to see the great Elvis Poultry in concert! Winning won’t be easy especially since they are being bullied by Mac the Duck. Based on the award winning book.

The Mixed-Up Files of
Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler

by ArtsPower
November 2020
Available all month long!

Grades 2-6

Follow sister-brother team Claudia and Jamie as they hide out overnight in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, catching the attention of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler, a collector of fine art, facts, figures—and secrets. This musical adventure is based on E.L. Konigsburg’s Newbery Medal-winning classic is sure to captivate your students!


Creative Adventures
with Leaves

Instructor: Janet Greene
Grades K-3
Subjects: Dance, English Language Arts, Music, Science

This residency brings nature into the lives of children and integrates science, imaginative play, stories, music, and creative movement while learning about leaves.


Tools for Teachers Workshop

Online Solutions for Engaging Students in the Arts

Thursday, October 6
Instructor: Kim Morin
Grades: TK-2
Subjects: All

Learn innovative strategies that will engage your students by integrating the arts with other subjects. Find out how the arts can make distance learning more meaningful and more joyful.

Thursday, October 8

Instructor: Sean Layne
Examine and deepen their classroom management skills. Some asynchronous work will be completed in advance of the virtual 2-hour workshop.

Information about scholarship opportunities is available here.
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