Dear Community Friends,
The 2004 BCCA Summer Arts Program is here!
Over the past few weeks, we have been busy
designing several exciting 2-week sessions for all ages
and artistic interests. We've lined up a world dance
workshop, a Kung-Fu & Capoeira program, and much
that is sure to be a fresh, new change from the typical
summer program scene. Check out what we've come up!
June 21st - July 2nd
Alphabet Fitness and
Music Program, Ages 4-6
Alphabet Fitness is the innovative creation of one of
the Center's very own instructors that develops and
reinforces literacy skills through gross motor
movement. This session will also incorporate music to
encourage students to more fully explore their own
July 5th - July 16th
World Dance Workshop, Ages 7-12
This session will experiment with the foundations of
movement from several distinct cultures, including
dance styles of Latin America, Israel, and India.
July 5th - July 16th
Drama Workshop, Ages 10-14
Students will investigate the fundamentals of acting
through fun, improvisational exercises and theatre
July 19th - July 30th
Kung-Fu and Capoeira
This session will teach the foundations of
these two unique forms of martial arts, challenging
novice and experienced martial arts students alike.
Aug. 2nd - Aug. 13th
Hip Hop and Funk
Program, Ages 7-12 &
This high-energy session is a great workout
and a lot of fun. Two independent sections will
accommodate these two different age groups.
All sessions will run for 10 days from 9 am to 12:30
The program fee will be $385 per session.
Additional sessions, including a full-day option, may be
added with sufficient demand. Possible session themes
to add include: Installation Art Workshop (ages 10-14),
Latin Rhythms (Ages 5-7), A Survey of Classical Dance
for Beginners (Teens), A Cappella Workshop (Teens).
The sooner we hear your comments, the easier it will
be to make this an even better program for your family
Space is limited in the above sessions!
Respond to this email or call me to get more info and
to pre-register today. I look forward to hearing from
Brookline Community Center for the Arts