After School Arts Program (ASAP)
The After School Arts Program provides arts education to elementary, middle and high school students. The After School Arts program is conducted and supervised by company directors and professional staff. The program provides the fundamentals of art techniques, themes, and concepts in the four core areas of arts. Participants have the opportunity to learn the basics of each medium as well as improve their existing skills in these areas. There is room for advancement in the education process as students have the ability to continue to learn new skills as their own abilities increase and improve. The ultimate goal of the After School Arts Education Program is to broaden the knowledge of elementary, middle and high school students by introducing them to the world of the arts, which today is not generally part of their school curriculum.
Youth must be a TBEY member (Membership Information) to participate in After School Art Program.
Summer Arts Camps
Summer Arts Camps participants undergo rigorous training with professional artists learning new techniques in a variety of mediums, styles and themes. The camps are designed to prepare members for performing and/or producing work for TBEY’s major productions. Members gain professional experience and appreciation for the creative works and productions that help shape the world around them.
PLEASE CHECK BACK FOR REGISTRATION DETAILS IN MAY 2018.
Camps available for Summer 2017:
Dance Camp (Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays)
Members work with professional choreographers to highlight the diversity of dance. Member participate in an intensive three-month training/rehearsal. Members show off their talents to the Milwaukee community after camp through our annual dance production. New members are required to audition.
Production Info: A Journey Through Dance – August 19th, 2017
Theatre Camp (Tuesdays & Thursdays)
Members build skills and learn how to read, and perform plays. Members gain a new appreciation for the productions that help shape the world around them. Member show off their talents to the Milwaukee community after camp through our annual theatre production.
Production Info: Big Bad – August 10th, 2017
Visual Art Camp– (Tuesdays & Thursdays)
Members learn the principles of art through variety of fun projects.
Exhibit Information: TBEY Art Showing – August 10th, 2017
Art is very important to a child’s development and many organizations do not have the capacity or resources to offer their members a well rounded arts education. TBEY provides unique arts programming to schools, community organizations, group homes and churches looking to incorporate arts education in their programs. We offer quality workshops, projects and activities that allows youth and families to explore music, theatre, visual arts and dance. We work with any budget size to develop a variety of arts workshops and creative activities to meet the organization’s programming goals.
For more information about our ARTReach Program for community organizations or how TBEY can help with your next project, please contact Contessa Cole at 414.562.8239
This program is under development and is not be accepting applications at this time. Please check back periodically for program details.