20th Annual Field Trip Expo at PlayhouseSquare | Arts & Culture
Cleveland, OH - PlayhouseSquare will welcome hundreds of educators from all over Northeast Ohio to the 20th annual Fair on the Square presented by Huntington Bank on Monday, April 22 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. At this free arts education and field trip expo, the only event of its kind in Greater Cleveland, educators can network with colleagues and prepare for next school year.
Those who attend Fair on the Square this year will have the opportunity to browse through more than 60 exhibits to learn about field trips and curriculum enhancement opportunities available throughout Northeast Ohio for the 2013-14 school year. Some of the exhibitors for this year include Art House, Cleveland Association of Black Storytellers, The Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Fairmount Center for the Arts, Greater Cleveland Aquarium, The Pro Football Hall of Fame, The Shaker Historical Society and Verb Ballets.
Fair on the Square is also the first opportunity for educators to find out what shows will be presented as part of the 2013-14 Children’s Theater Series for Schools.
Support for Fair on the Square is provided by Huntington Bank, Dominion, the Ohio Arts Council, Time Warner Cable and WFHM 95.5 FM “The Fish.” Fair on the Square is supported in part by the residents of Cuyahoga County through a public grant from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture.
Educators can register for Fair on the Square online at playhousesquare.org/faironthesquare.
PlayhouseSquare understands its vital role as an educator in our community, and is committed to providing arts learning opportunities of the highest quality to enrich the lives of students, families, teachers and adults. PlayhouseSquare’s Community Engagement & Education Department is unique in the performing arts industry for the variety of programs it offers, the partnerships it initiates and the access it provides students, educators and aspiring artists to performing arts professionals. Since its inception in 1998, the Community Engagement & Education Department has offered thousands of events, workshops, classes and more, most with minimal or no fees, to people of all ages from all areas of Northeast Ohio. The generous support of individual and corporate donors and foundations makes it all possible.