Produced by New Brunswick Cultural Center and coLAB Arts, stART is an access program for teens to attend regional performing arts events, mingle with other area students, and engaged with professional artists and arts administrators.

Welcome to stART, a program committed to bringing local area high school students closer to all of the professional arts experiences in their own community. We have been working diligently with a committed group of arts organizations, teachers, administrators, and most importantly students - all who are interested in networking with other schools, linking together with other creative people, and experiencing great theater, music, visual art, dance, film, and more.

Bienvenidos a “stART” (Comparta el arte), un programa comprometido a traer a los estudiantes locales de escuelas secundarias más cerca a todas las experiencias de las artes profesionales en su propia comunidad.  Hemos estado trabajando diligentemente con un grupo comprometido de organizaciones de las artes, maestros, administradores, y más importante estudiantes – todos que estan interesados en establecer conexión de redes con otras escuelas, haciendo enlaces juntos con otras personas creativas, y teniendo la experiencia de gran teatro, música, arte visual, danza, películas y más. 

CHECK OUT the stART CALENdar of events HERE

"OK, I'M IN...NOW WHAT?..."

1) Register HERE to let us know you are coming. You must register for each individual event you wish to attend.

3) Print the permission form, available on the event calendar listing and bring it with you the night of the event.

4) Bring $5 the night of the event. Just $5! You can also bring a guest (either a friend or a parent) for just an additional $5.

If you have any questions, please email John Keller, coLAB Arts Director of Education at

stART is made possible through a generous grant from

stART Programming Partners

stART Committee

Tracey O'Reggio Clark, New Brunswick Cultural Center
John Keller, coLAB Arts
Dan Swern, coLAB Arts
Kelly Ryman, George Street Playhouse
Shakera Blakney, George Street Playhouse
Christopher Kenniff, Mason Gross School of the Arts Extension Division