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ART MURAL OPENING!
From their newsletter: "Resurrect" is inspired by their upcoming play, SEED: A Weird Act of Faith. It’s a powerful statement about the struggle against hunger in our urban communities by renowned muralist Noni Olabisi.
We're so excited to share this moment with you. If you’re in the area, come on by today at 3:00 p.m. to raise a toast, meet Noni herself, and enjoy some refreshments.
Join them at 708 Traction Avenue, LA today at 3pm!
SOAPBOX: EAST LA REP presents an ART & MUSIC FESTIVAL
TRAIN to ROME LEAVES THE STATION
Get Your Closing Weekend Tix
Saturday Oct. 6th - 2pm Saturday Oct. 6th -7:30pm Sunday Oct. 7th - 2pm
DON’T MISS THIS INTERNATIONAL CO-PRODUCTION!
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Providing structured, engaging, and in-depth opportunities to learn and create, Inner-City Arts’ after-school programs support improved academic performance and encourage students to stay in school. Through our after-school programming, Inner-City Arts strives to bring together a diverse population of students from throughout Los Angeles to collaborate with one another through hands-on visual and performing arts programs.
Importantly, recognizing the vital role of intervention and prevention during the critical after school hours--especially for children and youth living in poor neighborhoods--Inner-City Arts serves as a safe haven for at-risk elementary, middle and high school students each weekday afternoon.
Middle and high school students also have the opportunity to enroll in our intensive, semester-long Visual-Media Arts and Performing Arts workshops designed to engage youth in discovering their ideas and seeing those ideas come to fruition in exhibition, performance and sharing with others. High School Institutes bring students together from diverse neighborhoods across the city, to learn about each other and create art together.
Through collaborations and partnerships with community organizations, arts organizations and artists, including 24th Street Theatre, Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Greater Los Angeles, Laughlinks, Inc., Para Los Niños and Say Yes!, our growing after-school program provides the benefits of experiences in the arts to thousands of neighborhood youth each year.
For further information regarding workshops, please contact Andrea Zuniga email@example.com
October 13th, 11:00AM – 2:00PM
Professional Hair Stylists Russ and Erika of redT Salon will guide you through coloring and shaping and gluing to plain Jane wig into something fabulous