The Charleston Gaillard Center's Education and Community Program brings to life a magical world. Students explore their imagination, stretch their limits and learn through innovative programs, school-series shows, incredible teaching artists, and in-school programs designed to complement the state curriculum.
Whether you’re a teacher, parent or student, explore the different ways to experience the arts at the Charleston Gaillard Center.
Register for Gaillard Center emails to receive information about educational resources and opportunities.
Raising The Volume
A conversation on music, racism, art, activism, and more with Marcus Amaker & Charlton Singleton from the Gaillard Center’s Stage.
Setting the Stage
Setting the Stage is an eight-part series featuring a look behind-the-scenes of a world-class theater. The eight videos dive into the technical aspects of a theater and cover the SC State Academic Science and Theater Standards.
Lowcountry Listens is a free, virtual music series that aired online from June 3—October 7, 2020.
Education Classes & Workshops
The Charleston Gaillard Center serves students in the tri-county area with curriculum-based workshops and classes available to schools at no charge.
Our free community programs include pre-show lectures and speaker series.
Theater, dance, and jazz camps offer students in the Lowcountry the opportunity to learn and thrive in the performing arts. Our programs help develop skills that will last a lifetime.
Meet our generous sponsors and community partners.
In just four short years, we've made a lasting impact on schools in the Lowcountry. Check out the numbers here.
We have partnered with KultureCity to make all our programs and events sensory inclusive.
See a list of our previous lesson plans, video workshops, and resources for students of all ages.