A percussion group that performs for a variety of community events! Lead by Joseph Glenn. Available for ages 10 and up. Typically takes place in August and September. In 2016 the Bucket Band performed at Summer Sky, Rhythm & Ribs Fest, and CULTUREFEST.
A fusion of jazz and hip hop dance. Available for 8-12 year olds. Typically takes place in April.
A choir for students aged 6-16 Lead by Kent Brooks.
A monthly stage call for all poets & lovers of writing. Hosted at Un Mundo Cafe. Open to all ages. Typically takes place once a month during the fall, winter, and spring.
Summer Arts Camp
A week long camp during the month of June introducing 13-18 year olds to multiple art forms and local and national professional artists.
A week long program in the month of October that leads families through the magical process of building a life size scarecrow. Upon completion of the scarecrows, families help build a community scarecrow exhibit that allows the community to vote on their favorite scarecrow. The results are announced at a community event that is free and open to the public.
Family Art Camp
Family Art Camp brings families together to experience an in-depth art experience over the course of one week. Each year camp is led by gifted visual or performing artists who facilitate programs that strengthen collaboration within a family and the community. Typically takes place in February.
Life Book Camp
Life Book Camp is a five-day camp assisting foster youth in creating a handmade book documenting their personal histories through the means of creative writing and watercolor illustrations. Typically takes place in July.
Family Workshops include short projects or programs that meet 1-2 times. Examples of family workshops include: attending professional performances and building gingerbread houses in December.
Family Modules meets for 4-8 sessions. Usually a module meets 1 or 2 times per week. These art experiences empower families to produce art that expresses their unique character through team building activities and projects.
This year's photography project, entitled, I AM, encouraged the students to explore their inner strengths