VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS PROGRAMS
The Honeywell Foundation offers a variety of opportunities for students
interested in the visual and performing arts.
Students have the opportunity to perform in a musical theater production while learning acting, singing, and
choreography along the way.
Students will explore clay, paint, fiber, collage, and pencil as they experience diverse art such as installations, sculpture,
garment design, and plein air painting.
The Honeywell Singers is a performance group for musicians in grades Kindergarten through 12th who want to have fun learning musical performance and choreography. The choir will have the opportunity to perform at Honeywell Foundation properties including their own performances as well as chances to perform on stage with nationally known musical acts.
For more than a decade the Honeywell Foundation has collaborated with Heartland Career Center to provide a technical theater training program for students in grades 9-12 who want to learn the art of lighting, rigging, sound production and more. Students train in the state-of-the-art Ford Theater and even have the opportunity to
work as crew for national tours.
For more information, contact Teresa Galley, Director of Education
and Outreach. 260.274.1412 or email