Multi-Media Club: (Mondays & Wednesdays 4-5 PM / Joseph Henderson): To expose and combine artists of different experiences to different forms of media through hands-on activity.
Intermediate Hip-Hop: (Monday & Wednesday, 5-6 PM / Sokeo Ros) Continue to learn more advanced hip-hop techniques through rhythm, musicality, and choreography. Students will learn to memorize choreography by working on a series of combinations each session. Students usually perform at least 3 times per session, and are strongly encouraged to attend each performance. (Ages 10 and up)
Advanced Hip-Hop: (Monday & Wednesday, 6-7 PM / Sokeo Ros) Students continue to explore advanced hip-hop techniques through rhythm, musicality, and choreography. This class is for students with more experience and needs the instructor’s permission to participate. ( Based on skill level)
Everett Project: (Tuesdays 4-5 PM / Justine) A movie about me and by me. Have you ever wanted to make a movie about your life? Have you ever felt like your life could be a movie? Come join Justine‘s project to make a movie about yourself and a true story from your life. This project is open to kids and young adults from ages 8 to 24. If you are interested in signing up please contact Justine at [email protected] or 401-230-6158. The group will be meeting on Tuesdays from 4 to 5 PM, but you can also schedule sessions according to your schedule with Justine.
Beginner Improv: (Thursday, 4-5 PM / Laisha Crum, Justine and Dorothy Jungels) Learn some of the important fundamentals and techniques of improvisation. This class focuses on various games and exercises that encourage communication, openness, and creativity in a fast paced environment.
Beginner Hip-Hop: ( Saturdays 1-2 PM / Laisha Crum and Jemmarie Dupuis) Learn basic hip-hop techniques through rhythm, musicality, and choreography. Students will learn to memorize choreography by working on a series of combinations each session. (Ages 6 and up)
Polynesian (Saturday, 3:30-5:30 PM / Carolyn Castro): Learn dances from the Polynesian islands of Hawaii, Tahiti, the Philippines, and Samoa. Students will explore traditional Polynesian dances including the Hula and the Tinikling.