Educational Resources

The Charleston Gaillard Center’s Education and Community Program offers free resources to teachers, students, and the Lowcountry community.

Our Director of Education, Sterling deVries, M.Ed., and our Education Manager, Stephanie Lancaster, create lesson plans purposefully and carefully to correlate with the South Carolina Department of Education Standards, highlighting arts-enhanced curriculum. The Gaillard Center also works with community partners to share educational resources with the Lowcountry. We have activities and resources for ALL ages.


(For all ages)
Check out our Art with Miss Stephanie art video series! In these workshops, students will use various mediums such as clay, acrylic paint, watercolors, paper mache, and more to create artwork of their own. See More…


Dance.Laugh.Learn (Early childhood)
Funding for this program provided in part by The Patrick Family Foundation. See More…

Dance Conservatory of Charleston (All Ages)
Learn more about choreography, ballet, tap, and more with Dance Conservatory of Charleston‘s video workshops featuring Ms. Lily Watkins. See More…

Inside Ballet with Dance Theatre of Harlem (All Ages)
This provides an inside look at the art of classical ballet. From the training and preparation of a dance artist through choreography and stagecraft, the viewer is given an intimate look at the power of this beautiful art form.

Scenes from the Nutcracker with Dance Conservatory of Charleston and Charleston Symphony Youth Orchestra Students (All Ages)


Magic Treehouse: Showtime with Shakespeare (1st Grade +)

Miss Nelson has a Field Day (Kindergarten – 5th Grade)

The Snowy Day (CD – 3rd Grade)

Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus (CD – 3rd Grade)

The Adventures of the Tortoise and Hare: The Next Generation (K – 2nd Grade)

Jabari Dreams of Freedom (3rd – 6th Grade)

The Kennedy Center for Young Audiences on Tour Presents Acoustic Rooster’s Barnyard Boogie: Starring Indigo Blume (3Yrs – 2nd Grade)

In the Year of the Boar and Jackie Robinson Honolulu Theatre for Youth (3rd – 8th Grade)

It’s Okay to be Different Stories by Todd Parr with Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia (3 YRS – 2nd Grade)

The Gruffalo Tall Stories London, England (CD-3rd Grade)


Just Be You Performance (Middle school – High School)

Just Be You Workshops (Middle school – High School)


Jazz Through the Ages with Charlton Singleton Performance (All ages)

Jazz Video Workshops (All ages)

Prints in Clay, Still We Rise! A Spirituals Celebration (All ages)

Ranky Tanky (2nd Grade+)

Jazz Day for Kids (K – 8th Grade)

Charleston Symphony’s Young People’s Concert Link Up: The Orchestra Sings! (3rd-5th Grade)


Poetic Hip-Hop: From the Page to the Stage (3rd Grade+)

Poetic Workshops (3rd Grade+)


Stronger Together (Grades 1-4)

National Geographic Live (5th Grade – College)


Theater Teacher with Teralyn Reiter (Ages 8-12)


2022 – 2023 Performances

2022 – 2023 Classes and Workshops

Summer Camps

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