The After School Arts Program (ASAP) provides arts education to elementary, middle and high school students. 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.

Checkout our Available Workshops:

Visual Art Dance Music Theatre
Painting with Acrylics
Bolanle Awosika
Mondays, 5:30pm – 7:00pm

The students will learn how to mix paints, handle a paintbrush, blend colors and shade.
Ballet I
Debrasha Rogers
Mondays, 5:00pm – 6:00pm

Learn the fundamentals of ballet class etiquette, ballet terminology, and performance quality.
Dress Code: Leotard, Tights and Ballet Shoes
Written Visionz
Joseph Wilke
Open to all Skill Levels;
Wednesdays, 4:30pm – 5:30pm

Written Visionz walks students through an introduction of song creation by teaching the basics of rhythm counting and rhyme writing. Once the foundation is laid, students choose a topic and instrumental to create a group song over, develop a portion of a verse or chorus, and prepare for performance.
Acting Audition Prep
Eugene Strei
Tuesdays, 4:30pm – 5:30pm:

This class is an intermediate level course aiming to help students feel more prepared for general auditions. In this course, we will discuss how to choose an audition monologue, audition etiquette and make a theater resume.
African Inspired Sustainable Art
Bolanle Awosika
Open to all Skill Levels
Tuesdays, 5:30pm – 7:00pm

The purpose of the “African Inspired Sustainable Art” is for participants to see that art can be created using recyclable and easily accessible materials. The participants will also learn about the diversity of African art and the history related to the different masks, symbols, patterns, and techniques that we will incorporate into our art making process.
Latin Fusion
Debrasha Greye
Thursdays, 5:30pm – 6:30pm

Learn the basics of Latin dances like salsa, merengue, and bachata to some of RnB, Hip-Hop, Pop, and Afrobeats top hits.
Dress Code: Leotard, Comfortable shorts/pants and socks
Music Ensemble
Donna Lewis-Taylor
Open to all Skill Levels
Thursdays, 5:00pm – 6:30pm

Embark on a dynamic musical journey with Music Ensemble, a course delving into diverse music genres, with a focus on chorus and live music performance! From Gospel and Blues to Jazz, R&B, Rock, and Pop, each genre is explored through historical insights, daily song demonstrations, breakdowns, and showcases. Students will develop a profound understanding of musical elements, gaining skills in ensemble performance, collaboration, and personalized arrangement.
Intro the Theater
Eugene Strei
Open to all Skill Levels
Mondays, 4:30pm – 5:30pm

This class is for students who are interested in developing beginner skills in theater and acting. In this class we will learn what stage presence and blocking, as well as learn basic elements of storytelling. We will use these skills to create small skits and to perform scenes from plays.