The Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts has announced its 2019 summer programming schedule, with a variety of exciting options for students ages 9-21. ArtsCamp will be held June 3-21. ArtsCamp is an innovative, three-week summer camp that provides 80 young artists with a working knowledge of what it takes to bring a show from an idea to reality. The program offers an intensive performing arts approach that focuses on dramatic composition and performance for students ages 9-11. No audition is required.
Under the guidance of eight professional teaching artists, campers will explore art, acting, dance, technical theater and vocal music which culminates in an ensemble piece that is produced by the young artists and performed for family and friends. For campers with a keen interest in the performing arts, this curriculum provides an opportunity to expand their skills and learn new technical and performance skills.
The cost for ArtsCamp is $675. Classes are held Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Extended care is available.
To apply, please contact Keena Gumbinner at the Kravis Center at 561-651-4339 or by email, firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also visit kravis.org/artscamp to apply online. ArtsCamp is sponsored by Rita and Charles Bronfman; with support from Jane Beasley; Rick and Rosemary Johnston; and George T. and Ruth C. Laboda Charitable Foundation.
Students participate in the 2018 ArtsCamp ensemble showcase performance at the Kravis Center (photo by Mary Stucchi)
Elijah Jenks, Rachel Gosselin and Nicole Potenza in a scene during the 2018 ArtsCamp ensemble showcase performance at the Kravis Center (photo by Mary Stucchi)