Curricular Connections to the Arts

Modlin Center is committed to expanding access and engagement for the University of Richmond community. Curricular Connections to the Arts is a program that encourages faculty members from all disciplines to include the performing arts in their classrooms, enriching course instruction and student learning experiences.

Classroom Tickets
When faculty require attendance at a Modlin Arts Presents performance as part of a course curriculum, Modlin Center can subsidize complimentary tickets for the instructor and class roster. To arrange classroom tickets, please fill out the Classroom Ticket Request FormContact with any questions.

View the calendar of Modlin Arts Presents programs on the Modlin Center website.

For other ways in which you might incorporate the arts into your classroom, please reference free programs by the Department of Music Free Concert Series, UR Free Theatre and Dance, and University Museums.

We plan numerous artist-in-residence events that extend beyond the time of a performance. These engagement activities provide the campus and community with opportunities to interact with professional artists, gain insight into the creative process, and explore diverse perspectives and voices that shape our world and broaden our experiences. In addition to free public programs accompanying many of our performances, visiting artists regularly visit UR classes and conduct workshops, master classes, and lecture-demonstrations. 
Email Shannon Hooker, Assistant Director, if you would like more information about how to bring an artist to your classroom or coordinate an artist workshop relevant to your course.  

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