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Learning Through The Arts

Learning Through The Arts
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A leader in the development of programs that meet the learning, wellness, and social development needs of citizens across Canada.

Indigenous Programs

Learn about our programs resonating with Indigenous youth

6 Social

An online, interactive, collaborative professional development opportunity for educators

Walk the Circle

A professional learning program that assists educators in teaching about Canada’s First Nations

At Home Learning Through the Arts

At Home Learning activities for both parents and teachers.

Our Sponsors

We gratefully acknowledge our supporters

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About Learning Through The Arts

A leader in the development of programs that meet the learning, wellness, and social development needs of youth, we're focused on increasing student engagement through inclusive instructional models. With a professional development model based in building online communities of practice, we bring together teachers and students from across North America and the globe to address some of the most pressing issues faced in the classroom today.

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6 Social

6 Social empowers students to apply their math, technology, and media arts skills to solve social issues affecting their community.  EXPLORE

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Living Through The Arts

Living Through the Arts works in partnership with social service organizations across Ontario to meet the needs of clients from different demographic groups through arts-based workshop sessions and artist professional development and support. The program nurtures creativity, builds self-knowledge and self-esteem, fosters mutual respect, and encourages the expression and celebration of creativity and identity — both individually and socially. 

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Our Sponsors

The Royal Conservatory gratefully acknowledges our sponsors for their support of Learning Through the Arts programs for the 2019-20 year.

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Mar. 26, 2021
The RCM Pushes for Action: Help Persuade Government to Support Music Teachers
Dr. Peter Simon, Michael and Sonja Koerner President & CEO of The Royal Conservatory of Music, was recently interviewed by William Littler for an article in the Toronto Star and other newspapers titled: “Music teachers need government help to weather the pandemic”.
Mar. 10, 2021
RCM Musicians Honoured with 2021 Juno Award Nominations
In keeping with tradition, members of The Royal Conservatory community have garnered Juno Award nominations in the double digits – some earning more than one.
Mar. 5, 2021
Min-Jeong Koh Appointed RCM Program Development Leader (String Instruments)
In this new position, Dr. Koh will work across multiple divisions of The Royal Conservatory providing leadership in teacher training and pedagogy, and will also serve as a member of the teaching faculty at The Glenn Gould School and The Taylor Academy.
Feb. 25, 2021
Alumnus Oscar Peterson Featured in New Heritage Minute
The legacy of Oscar Peterson, RCM alumnus and widely regarded as one of the greatest jazz pianists of all time, has been showcased in a new Historica Canada Heritage Minute that follows Dr. Peterson from his humble beginnings in the Montreal neighbourhood of Little Burgundy to his rise to fame.