Arts Exposure 2021
Anything that requires the imagination to get to the next level
most recent sessions
Summer Arts Exposure
ages 7-13 with 14-18yr old internships
ART: anything that requires the imagination to get to the next level – from spray painting, culinary, dance, and sculpting to trades, entrepreneurialism, coding, and science.
3 weeks, 5 days/week, 6 hours/day arts sampling
This is for the purpose of increasing the individual’s awareness of innate skills and interests they have, which ultimately leads to living with far more purpose and ON purpose
Ages: approx. 7-13 (cognitive maturity, not necessarily chronologically)
Instructors: BCAI Instructors as well as craft professionals within our community
What to bring: loose, comfortable clothing, socks and sneakers, your own filled water bottle (we DO have water if you forget), mask, lunch
Traditional and Non-Traditional
performing arts, visual arts, ecology, entrepreneurialism, culinary, cutural arts,
technology, engineering, literary, martial arts, finance, tradesmanship, leadership,
to awaken and unlock interests and innate talent and skills within participants resulting in purposeful youth with ambition, utilizing their right to create in confidence and liberation
Winter Arts Exposure
Tuesdays & Wednesdays 5-8p + Saturdays 10a-12p – Jan 5-23 – 24 hr total!
Description: This session we look to teach each student patience & dexterity with crocheting and sculpting, confidence with martial arts tumbling and creativity & ingenuity with engineering, coding, robotics and painting.
Ages: 7 – 13 participants & 14-17 participate as artist assistants (interns)
Instructors: David Bell, Haven Ryburn, Angelique Racki, Rachel Evans, Cindy Termuende, Jax Koch, Katie Buckley
What to bring: comfortable clothing that you don’t mind getting art supplies on, your own water bottle full EVERY DAY, your mask and your excitement for something new
3-6/7-13/12-18 yr old classes
part of our Arts Exposure sessions
Description: Full classes that teach basic class etiquette, teamwork, fine & gross motor skills, various life & creation techniques and faith in self
Ages: suggested ages are cognitive maturity, not necessarily chronological
Instructors: Various professional guest instructors along with our internal geniuses: Haven Ryburn, Angelica Taylor, Angelique Racki, Famous Doug, Kieri’an Amerson
What to bring: loose, comfortable clothing (depending on the class, wear clothes that you don’t mind getting stained), socks/shoes, water bottle, mask
Part of our Arts Exposure sessions
Description: Varied genres, all skill levels welcome (no, it’s not awkward.)
Instructors: Angelique Racki, Angelica Taylor, Moshae Bennett
Ages: 17 and up (chronological age)
What to bring: loose, comfortable clothing, socks, water bottle, mask, and an open mind.
Street Funk Breakdance
coming back summer 2021!
Description: Street dance styles from 80s to present: break, pop, lock, footwork, freestyle, etc.
Students will receive a foundation of bboy/girl knowledge including the history, purpose and potential of this artform and the culture it breathes in. You will receive training in basic and advanced breakdance techniques as well as tumbling and trick coaching.
Ages: 7 and up
Instructors: Angelique Rački, Dawson Patty-G’Sell + guest choreographers
What to bring: loose/comfortable clothing, sneakers, socks, water