The University of Arkansas at Little Rock School of Literary and Performing Arts has launched its inaugural summer camp featuring programs in piano ensemble and theater for students ages 9-13.
In the Piano Ensemble Workshop, students will receive individualized instruction with Dr. Naoki Hakutani, professor of piano, and Little Rock community professionals and daily group keyboard lab sessions. Students will also participate in classes on drumming, vocal technique, music theory, and more. Two workshops will be available from June 12-16 and June 19-23.
The Theater Makers Workshop will be held from June 12-16. Students will focus on acting, improvisation, and movement sessions taught by UA Little Rock faculty, alumni, and local professionals. They will also learn about theater design and crafting, including mask making, prop design, costume styling, and makeup artistry.
“The School of Literary and Performing Arts is thrilled to capitalize on the strengths of our programs in these summer offerings,” said Stacy Pendergraft, co-director of the School of Literary and Performing Arts. “Creative exploration with our exceptional faculty and staff promises great artistic fun combined with skill-building in the performing arts.”
The workshop costs $275. Some scholarships are available to families demonstrating a financial need. Families may register for the workshops by visiting this website.
For more information about the summer camps and scholarships, contact Geneva Galloway at email@example.com.