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SUMMER REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!

Students can now register for our upcoming Summer Term! Registration is open through Friday, June 3. K-6th grade classes will be held from June 20 through July 1 and 7th-12th grade classes will be held from July 11-22. Join us for fun, creative, and engaging classes across a variety of art forms!

Inner-City Arts offers a supportive space for young people to express themselves through guided, creative exploration that supports the development of the whole person. Art skills and life skills!

¡Los estudiantes ahora pueden registrarse para nuestro Próximo Período de Verano! La inscripción está abierta hasta el viernes 3 de junio. Las clases de los grados K-6 se llevarán a cabo del 20 de junio al 1 de julio y las clases de los grados 7 al 12 se llevarán a cabo del 11 al 22 de julio. ¡Únase a nosotros para clases divertidas, creativas y atractivas en una variedad de formas de arte!

Inner-City Arts ofrece un espacio de apoyo para que los jóvenes se expresen a través de una exploración guiada y creativa que apoye el desarrollo de la persona en su totalidad. ¡Habilidades artísticas y habilidades para la vida!

To register and explore class info, select a grade level below!

Para registrarse y explorar la información de la clase, seleccione un nivel de grado a continuación.

 

If your family qualifies for free or reduced lunch,
you may be eligible for a full scholarship:

Si su familia califica para almuerzo gratis o reducido,
puede ser elegible para una beca completa:

If your family DOES NOT qualify for free or reduced lunch,
please select from the following grades:

Si su familia NO califica para almuerzo gratis o a precio reducido, por favor seleccione de los siguientes grados:

Middle & High School Students*

*NOW SERVING 4TH & 5TH GRADE, TOO!

Inner-City Arts' Visual, Media & Performing Arts Institutes offer self-select after-school and weekend classes to middle and high school students, as well as 4th & 5th graders. Every class, no matter the art form, provides students with a valuable opportunity for creative exploration, performance (sharing work), individual and group study, mentorship with professional teaching artists, and career-development support.

For questions on enrollment and other Institutes offerings, you can request a free virtual info session with Programs Coordinator and alum, Vince Caldera.

The Visual, Media & Performing Arts Institutes offer specialized, in-depth workshops led by professional teaching artists. These classes present a variety of opportunities for middle and high school students, depending on their level of interest and skill in a specific art form.

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With special thanks to our supporters who make this program possible:

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AT&T Aspire, BCM Foundation, California Community Foundation, The Canet Foundation, Ella Fitzgerald Charitable Foundation, Max H. Gluck Foundation, Harman Family Foundation, Hollywood Foreign Press Association, LA Arts Recovery Fund, Mythical Entertainment, Ruth and Joseph C. Reed Foundation for the Arts, Rosenthal Family Foundation, Dwight Stuart Youth Fund, The Theodore J. Forstmann Charitable Trust, The Kathryn Caine Wanlass Charitable Foundation, and WarnerMedia.

In 2001, Inner-City Arts’ after-school program was recognized with the Coming Up Taller Award, sponsored by the President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities, The National Endowment for the Arts, and the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Important Dates for The Visual, Media & Performing Arts Institutes

Summer Term
June 20 - July 1, 2022 | K-6th Grade
July 11 - 22, 2022 | 7th-12th Grade

 

For general questions about our Institutes program, please contact:

Jennifer Carroll
Associate Director of Education
jennifer@inner-cityarts.org
(213) 627-9621 x 120

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“Everybody I met at Inner-City Arts is a bowl of sunshine. I really did grow as a person in class, and I learned new skills that I can use in everyday life.”

– Inner-City Arts High School Student

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