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Safety Measures at Symphony Space

We are thrilled to be welcoming you to Symphony Space!

Masks are encouraged and appreciated, but not mandatory, for most events at Symphony Space.

Proof of full vaccination and/or masks are required for certain events. Be sure to check the individual event pages for all shows you plan to attend.

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Native American Storytelling

  • Culture | Native American Arts
  • Format | Workshop, School Assembly, Cultural Field Trip, Community Event
  • Discipline | Storytelling, Literary Arts
  • Level | All Ages, Pre-K to Grade 2, Grades 3 to 5, Grades 6 to 8, Grades 9 to 12

Students learn the significance of the stories that embody the relationship between Native American people and the natural world. This understanding encourages discussion and curiosity, with which students are better equipped to learn Indian sign language. Additionally, these stories enrich the students’ awareness of both personal and authentic artifacts. Community interaction nurtures and supports students in sharing their own personal stories. Artists help the students integrate moral values within these tales to develop universal ideas and creative solutions.

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