Central Florida Community Arts is a non-profit 501(c)(3) Musical Arts organization that believes every artist of every age should have a cultural platform to connect, serve, & perform!
Following are examples of Children/Youth Programs. Each season ends with a full production/performance:
CYAP strives to nurture performing talent, foster collaboration skills, build self-confidence, boost self-esteem, cultivate creativity and intellectual curiosity, and model behaviors that inspire positive social interactions. The program helps young people build bridges across the socio-economic divide and foster long-lasting friendships.
Program success is measured by:
The success of Creative Kids can be measured through the quantity of active involvement of the students in other areas of the performing arts. Over 90% of the youth report involvement in artistic opportunities such as professional entertainment roles, community choirs, orchestras, and school performing arts participation.
Ultimate long term success is having a CFCArts center, where artists from all areas, including performing arts, visual arts, drama, film, creative writing, and other art forms, are invited to join us in helping establish Central Florida as a destination region for arts and culture.
The success of the School can be measured through the quantity of active involvement of the students in other areas of the performing arts. Over 90% of the students report involvement in artistic opportunities such as professional entertainment roles, community choirs, orchestras, and school performing arts participation.
The CFCArts Outreach Programs were created to reach children and teens where they are - regardless of economic background, special needs, transportation needs, or parental involvement.
o In-school art-involvement programs are offered at both locations.
o An after-school art involvement program, for community teens, is provided at Nap Ford Community School.
o Summer camps are also offered at both locations.
The focus of the CFCArts after-school program is on increasing rhythm, movement, coordination, and performance through a dance team. 25 older youth participate in this program.
The curricula of the summer camps are similar to those of the in-school programs.
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