FIAF’s Young Audience Program (YAP) is an education outreach initiative that offers school students the unique opportunity to attend performances, film screenings, and workshops, and engage with artists and ideas from around the French-speaking world and beyond. The program is open to French as well as non-French speakers from K to 12th grade. Events are free for public & charter schools and affordable for others. Post-show discussions with the artists help students gain a stronger comprehension of the arts. Committed to creating impactful and long-lasting experiences for students, FIAF provides educators with study guides which include detailed content about the event and suggestions for pre-/post-event activities.
Guinean writer Hakim Bah, dancer Juan Ignacio Tula, and composer Arthur B. Gillette come together to confront police violence in this theatrical work of poetic fiction based on the true story of Amadou Diallo.
FIAF Young Audience Programs are supported by the Fondation d'entreprise Engie and, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council. The programs are also made possible by the generous support of our donors.
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