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Experience and Explore

Engage with the artists and each other beyond the stage. As part of our community, we invite you to experience our interactive workshops, open talks, festive gatherings, community field trips and more, to discover your own connection to the arts. 

Everyone's Here

Our In Community programs welcome participants that are intergenerational, encompass all gender identities, include varied socioeconomic, racial, and cultural backgrounds, and strive to accommodate people of all abilities.

Workshops

Stay tuned for upcoming Workshops. 

 

Artist in Residence

What is an Artist Residency?

BroadStage partners with iconic figures and emerging artists for Artist Residencies, which include a combination of performances, curation, and mentorship for students on the cusp of their professional careers.

Learn more about Stanley Clarke’s current three-year Artist Residency at BroadStage here.

 

Artist Talks

Stanley Clarke speaks about his long musical career in jazz and film.

Tuesday, March 19 | RSVP HERE.

11:15 AM | FREE | The Music Hall at SMC Performing Arts Center*

 

*BroadStage is located at the Santa Monica College Performing Arts Center

1310 11th St., Santa Monica, CA 90401

 

Partnerships 

BroadStage has ever-growing partnerships in Santa Monica that allow us to interact with new audiences and directly support local programs and events. We participate in city and college festivals, provide arts education for the local schools, and offer mentorship in arts administration, contributing to the artistic wellbeing of our greater community. 

  • Santa Monica College
  • City of Santa Monica 
  • Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District
  • LA County Department Arts and Cultures
  • Virginia Avenue Park 
  • Community Corporation of Santa Monica

 

Community Field Trips (CFT)

Community Field Trips create access to the arts. BroadStage welcomes groups through partnerships with local organizations that provide services for historically underserved, underrepresented or income-impacted individuals and/or families. Participants attend performances, receive pre-performance learning about each show, and often meet artists, creating an impactful experience for all.