Ping Chong

47 Great Jones Street, New York, NY 10012
T: 212 529 1557 F: 212 529 1703
info@pingchong.org

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Ping Chong + Company offers training and education opportunities in the following areas:

Secret Histories: Arts-in-Education Program
Secret Histories is PCC's Education Program, adapted from Undesirable Elements. The program provides a professional Undesirable Elements performance followed by an in-school artistic residency. During the residency, teaching artists work with students to develop a personal narrative and present it in a theatrical performance. The work promotes academic skills and peer understanding through the arts. Secret Histories is offered as a multi-week in-school residency for English Language Arts, Social Studies, and Drama classrooms. It is also available as an after-school theater program and as after-school and weekend workshops. Secret Histories teaching artists are professional theater artists and have worked in all 5 boroughs of New York City, around the country, and internationally. For questions and inquiries, contact Sara Zatz.

Training Institute
The PCC Training Institute is a one-week training intensive during which participants work directly with Ping Chong + Company artists to learn the process of creating Undesirable Elements, including : how to conduct interviews and develop original script components; strategies to build relationships with community organizations; and two Master Classes with Ping Chong exploring the related esthetics and social justice issues of his multidisciplinary works. For questions and inquiries, contact Sara Zatz.

DEVISINGHUB
DEVISINGHUB at Ping Chong + Company is a space of dynamic creative process, performative inquiry, collaborative exploration, and an incubator for new performance works. Up to 12 interdisciplinary performance makers (individuals and/or collaborative teams) bring new or early-stage projects to explore and develop.

Workshops/Corporate Presentations
We offer customized workshops and corporate presentations. For questions and inquiries, contact Bruce Allardice.