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Cirque du Soleil Launches First U.S. Site for “Arts Nomades” in Las Vegas

Cirque du Soleil Launches First U.S. Site for "Arts Nomades" in Las Vegas
On Wednesday, August 31, the world-famous Cirque du Soleil launched Arts Nomades, an exciting new learning arts program created to promote creativity, perseverance, academic success and the development and integration of children through arts and culture here in Las Vegas (Pictured: The beloved clown from ‘O’ welcomes guests – Photo credit: Cashman Photo)

Teaching artist Benedikt Negro demonstrates how he will use circus arts to teach students
Teaching artist Benedikt Negro (c) demonstrates how he will use circus arts to teach students

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In partnership with The Public Education Foundation, Arts Nomades will give elementary school teachers the opportunity to provide an extraordinary learning experience through customized workshops, shows, exhibitions, showcases and more.

Teaching artists Cheryl Hobbs, Benedikt Negro and Pendu Malik were handpicked by Cirque du Soleil and The Public Education Founation for Arts Nomades in Vegas
Teaching artists Cheryl Hobbs, Benedikt Negro and Pendu Malik were handpicked by Cirque du Soleil and The Public Education Founation for Arts Nomades in Vegas

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After 10 successful years in Montreal, Las Vegas will become the first U.S. site to offer this unique program. The first two schools implementing the program will be Quannah McCall Elementary School and Gilbert Magnet School for Communications and Creative Arts.

Anik Couture from Cirque du Soleil shares her vision of Arts Nomades in Las Vegas
Anik Couture from Cirque du Soleil shares her vision of Arts Nomades in Las Vegas

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Dr. Linda E. Young discusses CCSD's involvement in Arts Nomades
Dr. Linda E. Young discusses CCSD’s involvement in Arts Nomades

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