During the summer months, Passage’s pre-teen, arts day camp allows students to explore, build, and expand their skills in the areas of visual and performing arts. They learn basic techniques of writing and performing, as well as painting, drawing and prop building from teacher artists at the Ellarslie Museum. Through the process, students develop poise, discipline, and teamwork. For more information on how to register, go here.
State Street Project programs are custom-designed around the requirements of the sponsoring organization, which can range from in-school, after-school, or summer-camp programs. Experienced and talented educators guide the students through the process of developing, writing and acting out their own theatrical production. Passage teacher/artists are highly experienced in the application of Playmaking, a powerful system for improving literacy, self-esteem, and self-confidence among pre-teen youth. For more information about bringing the State Street Project to your school, contact David Lee White at firstname.lastname@example.org