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2019-2020 Peace Passport Field Trips

Our Vision

Curated for all students, our arts programs invite young learners to become global citizens in an active exploration of world music, dance, and theater. The STEM programs unravel the mysteries of the universe through interactive performances that merge science and the arts. By learning about the richness of cultural traditions, scientific discoveries, and works of art – in class and through live performances – students cultivate a global perspective that nurtures empathy and understanding.

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Additional Resources

Bring the Peace Center into the classroom with FREE teacher resource guides and student worksheets! To best meet the curricular and instructional expectations for classroom teachers, we have aligned all resource guide activities with the South Carolina College and Career Ready Standards.

AQUILA THEATRE in George Orwell's 1984

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2.5.20 Gunter Theatre

AQUILA THEATRE in Homer's The Odyssey

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2.6.20 Gunter Theatre

Third Coast Percussion

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2.11.20 Gunter Theatre

Wilde Creatures

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2.12.20 - 2.13.20 Gunter Theatre

Che Malambo

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2.19.20 Gunter Theatre

Inlet Dance Theatre's "What Do You Do With An Idea?"

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2.24.20 - 2.26.20 Gunter Theatre

The Cashore Marionettes

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3.11.20 - 3.12.20 Gunter Theatre

Kwame Alexander

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3.11.20 Peace Concert Hall

Special Services

To provide the richest possible educational experience, many show pages include study guide materials and informative video clips. For select performances, we offer educational talks, artist visits and Peace Center tours. To learn more, contact us.

The Peace Passport Field Trip Series is generously sponsored by


with additional support from
Michelin North America, The Abney Foundation, and Lockheed Martin Aeronautics and funding in part by South Carolina Arts Commission and Metropolitan Arts Council