Kids and Cash/ Fric et Frimousses : Children’s Programming: creating a niche market for Alliances Françaises. Katharine Branning, FIAF New York Federation of Alliances Françaises US Washington, D.C. October 24, 2014. Children: a growth opportunity for Alliances françaises
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Katharine Branning, FIAF New York
Federation of Alliances Françaises US
October 24, 2014
Children: a growth opportunity for Alliances françaises
Finding #1: Since 2011, increase in the percentage of people who visit museums and attend performances of classical music, jazz and musical theater—but there were decreases for plays, classical dance and opera.
Culture now goes beyond the confines of traditional disciplines presented by museums and performing arts organizations.
Almost 80% of respondents defined a visit to a public park as a cultural activity.
64% define attending a food and drink experience as a cultural activity.
Programs for Kids and Teens
Every day at the Garden, kids and teens can embark on an exciting adventure – the adventure of discovering the world of plants.
Across the Garden and in two gardens designed especially for kids, the Everett Children's Adventure Garden and the Ruth Rea Howell Family Garden, hands-on activities introduce youths of all ages to the thrill of science exploration and of seeing what seeds and soil can become.
There's something fun for families every day!
Last month he treated six 2nd graders from PS 295 in Brooklyn to a $220, 6 course tasting menu!
At FIAF, all departments work together for family programming: