Our professional teaching artists provide one and multi-week residencies and school-wide performances in literary, performing, visual and media arts. Visit our teaching artist page to learn more.
We collaborate with school districts and other community organizations to provide after-school enrichment programs to K-12 students in all arts disciplines.
Imagine if every child had the opportunity to express their thoughts, feelings and ideas through the arts. We do, everyday! We know the arts are essential in educating the whole child. Through AIEG programs, professional teaching artists engage the creative imagination of students through performing, literary, visual and media arts residencies, classes and community projects.
We engage K-12 students in the creation of community and public art, often partnering with other non profit organizations, agencies, businesses and community members. Connect with us if you are interested in collaborating on a project. We'd love to meet you!
We offer arts-integration workshops to K-12 pre-service and in-service teachers and teaching artists in after-school workshops, district in-service training, and summer arts institutes.
A community-based, summer music festival located at Hood River Waterfront Park
to raise funds for performing arts/music programs in our schools and community.
To learn more about MFOG visit our website at www.musicfestivalofthegorge.com