Lincoln Center at Home features pop-up classrooms, an online puppet workshop, kids concerts, and more to help families through the shutdown.

Lincoln Center is offering an online live stream via Facebook starting at 7am PST / 10 AM EST each school day to help families. According to Playbill, Lincoln Center at Home is divided into the Pop-Up Classroom, a broadcast for families featuring workshops and lessons led by artists and educators, and Concerts for Kids, which will feature broadcasts from the archives and performances from artists filmed in their homes. “Lincoln Center is excited to share Lincoln Center at Home, which we hope will help bolster the tremendous work being done by parents and educators right now to help kids keep learning,” said Henry Timms, the president and CEO of Lincoln Center. “From the Pop-Up Classroom that our teaching artists and education colleagues will broadcast each day to live, ‘homemade’ performances by some of our family of artists, to our trove of legendary performance footage across Lincoln Center’s many institutions, we hope Lincoln Center at Home will provide families across the country with creative solutions to the difficult moments that we’re all experiencing together.”

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