Artists in the Schools
A Program Offering Francophone Culture to Ontario Students
Due to Covid 19, the format of the program has changed.
The artists will present workshops virtually in schools across the province.
Please note that the workshops described here will be adapted by the artists
to meet the needs of the virtual format.
Our youth program, Artists in Schools, brings the rich arts and culture legacy in French to your students in an exciting live performance at your school! We are Francophonie-en-fete, an established arts and culture non-profit known for our annual Francophone music festival each September.
We offer educators the chance to bring a diverse range Francophone music and dance performances into your school. Working with Toronto’s most professional and recognized dance troupes, singers and performers, we offer workshops for primary, intermediate and secondary level students.
Our artists are often educators themselves. They offer dynamic workshops to engage students and enrich the appreciation of the richness of Toronto’s diverse cultural heritage.
Minimum two virtual workshops per school: $ 475
Registration deadline: May 28, 2021
OUR FRANCOPHONE ARTISTS
|MUSIC||Jean Assamoa, Jay Bailey, Njacko Backo, Judith Cohen, Mike Ford, Andrea Haddad, Monsieur Philippe, Tobe Mbarga, Hanna Naiman, Chris Rawlings, Bill Russell|
|DANCE||Just Aïssi, Njacko Backo, Barbara Dorsaint, Jean Assamoa, Tamar Ilana, Marie-Paule Jean-Gilles, Tangi Ropars|
|DRAMA||Marylyn Peringer, Grace Morrison, Njacko Backo|
|STORYTELLING||Florian François, Tobe Mbarga, Grace Morrison|
|MOVEMENT||Isabelle Hoops, Freya McFarlane, Barbara Dorsaint|
|HERITAGE||Jay Bailey, Judith Cohen, Mike Ford, Andrea Haddad, Grace Morrison, Hannah Naiman, Bill Russell|
To note : Performances’ category proposed are defined this way:
M/J = Maternelle/Jardin = Jr and Sr. Kindergarden
P = Primaire = Grades 1,2,3
M = Moyen = Grades 4, 5, 6
I = Intermédiaire = Grades 7, 8
S = Secondaire = Grades 9, 10, 11, 12
Performer Gallery of Artists
Artists in Schools | Diversity in French Cultural Literacy
Essential Details for Making a Booking
Place your students at the heart of Toronto's cultural heritage
We offer workshops to students of all grades from kindergarten to high school.
The “workshop” package includes two performances of approximately 60 minutes (or according to the school timetable) scheduled during school hours. The workshops feature an artist of your choice from our gallery of artists who perform twice for up to 30 students per workshop and 60 students in total.
Online reservation and payment:
Complete a reservation request for the artist (s) on their gallery profile. We will get back to you quickly to confirm your reservation, date and other details.
Once your reservation is confirmed, come back here to complete the reservation and purchase transaction using our secure online portal. We accept Paypal and major credit cards as a method of payment. If you wish to pay by check, please specify this when making your reservation request