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Spark on DVD

Spark DVDs are available for sale to educators and educational non-profit organizations and may be screened in classroom settings only. To inquire about a public Spark screening, please email

Spark stories from Seasons 1-4 are available on two-volume sets containing selected educational stories organized by discipline. Each DVD volume includes 90-180 minutes of video content and corresponding SparkEd Educator Guides (included as PDF content when DVD is accessed via computer). Additionally, many of the Spark videos and Educator Guides can be downloaded for free on iTunesU or accessed on our site (click on the links below).


Visual Arts Volume: Seasons 3 & 4
Scott Snibbe, Kerry Laitala, Hung Liu, Robert Bechtle, Garry Knox Bennett, Richard Shaw, Laurel True, Chris Drury, Jim Denevan, Thai Bui, Andy Goldsworthy, Todd Hido, Christopher Brown, Roman Loranc, Sandow Birk, Joe Mangrum, Jaime Guerrero, and the ASCEND School


Performing Arts Volume: Seasons 3 & 4
Diouf-Diamano Coura, Margaret Jenkins, Anna Halprin, San Francisco Ethnic Dance Festival, Kunst-Stoff, Matt Davignon, San Francisco Taiko Dojo, Los Cazadores del Sur, David Grisman, Terry Riley, Wil Blades, Walter Kitundu, The Crooked Jades, New Conservatory Theatre Center, Theatre of Yugen, Marsh Youth Theatre, and headRush

How To Buy

Orders can be made by emailing

Shipping & Handling
$6 for 1 unit orders
$3 each for orders of 2-10 units
$1.50 each for orders of 11+ units
Add 9.5% sales tax

Please allow 6 to 8 weeks for delivery.

* DVDs are available to non-profit organizations only and can be used at non-profit educational events as long as no admission is charged.

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