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About the Hippodrome’s Education Programs

The Hipp provides quality arts education for all ages. The region’s most dynamic and experienced teachers lead our camps and classes. Children are supported as an individual in a non-competitive, enriching environment through a spirit of inclusion, acceptance, and positivity. The Hippodrome also offers a growing roster of classes for adults, including Hipp-provisation, Scene Study, Storytelling, and multiple Play Observerships in conjunction with the Mainstage season.

The Hippodrome has also introduced such innovative programs as the New Play Reading Series, the Teen Playwright Festival, Theatre Arts Series and has hosted more than 200 visual arts exhibits, artistic residencies, master classes, festivals, and guest artist presentations.

Through all of its combined programs, the Hippodrome serves more than a quarter of a million patrons annually.

Want to learn more and register? Visit the links below for specific program information and registration forms. To contact the education department, call 352.373.5968 ext 241 or ext 230 or email education@thehipp.org.

Upcoming Adult Education Opportunities:

Weaving a Story: Adult Basket Weaving and Storytelling Course
Oct. 29 – Dec. 3 | Mondays 6:15 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

The arts of storytelling and basket making weaved into one class for adults comes to the Hippodrome Theatre on Monday, Oct. 29! This series is on Mondays from Oct. 29 to Dec. 3, 6:15 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Participants in this 6-part series will explore the oral tradition of storytelling while learning the art of basket-making. Class participants will work with seasoned storyteller and comedian Daniel Perea to harness their natural storytelling abilities while learning the art of Appalachian potato basket-weaving with visual artist Justine Henry. Toward the end of the series, students will perform a story and present a potato basket of their making.

Registration Open Now.