Flynn study guides are free resources that provide context for students before a Student Matinee Series show, extend learning after the show, and connect performances with academic standards—Common Core, NEXTGEN, C3, and Vermont Ethnic Studies.
The community is your classroom when you partner with the Flynn. On-site workshops, staff-guided tours, and internship opportunities serve as resources for Act 77 initiatives.
The learning doesn’t stop after the bell rings! Engagements with Flynn teaching artists—in an afterschool club, extended residency, or community night–provide experiential opportunities that encourage joy, unlock creativity, and strengthen students’ expressive skills.
When a Flynn visiting artist comes to your class, learning comes to life. Pre and/or post-performance workshops are great for learning about the artist’s creative process and enhancing students’ engagement by connecting performance themes to class topics.