Seville Arts Project is a series of expressive visual and performing arts workshops that cover the basics of four art-forms [dance, art, drama, and music]. The groups will provide instruction and encourage genuine expression for children in grades 1st through 4th.
Goal: To provide young people with positive arts experiences in a safe and inspirational environment.
|□ Grades 1-4 Arts Project (6 Weeks)
Wednesday Evenings 6pm
2/21, 2/28, 3/7, 3/14, 3/21, 3/28
Festival Saturday at 11am – 3/31
Creative experiences supercharge the mind, body, and emotions.
Includes dance, art, drama, music, drumming, and jump rope.
Frequently Asked Questions are listed below.
The Arts are known to…
- To enhance social-ability with peer groups
- To develop a body, mind, spirit connection
- To enrich interests & healthy living
- To eliminate psychosocial barriers ( i.e. bullying)
- To produce exciting memories
Great things are done by a series of small things brought together.
~Vincent Van Gogh
Frequently Asked Questions:
Are parents allowed to watch classes? Parents are allowed to peek in as long as they are not distracting students. We will work with each child to help them transition into visual & performing arts lessons. There will be a festival for parents and guests to see what students learned.
Does my child need to attend all classes? Students have registered and paid for the entire arts project. Lessons are not pro-rated. We hope students will attend all the lessons.
Is the Festival mandatory? The festival is the primary time for students to show family and friends what they’ve experienced. It is also a non-threatening environment meant to increase the efficacy and confidence of every student. Performing also teaches invaluable lessons on team work and perseverance. We advocate these values.
What should students wear? Clothing that is easy to move in will be fine for each lesson. Students should have a pair of black pants for the festival. (Dance-wear is not required for dance classes during this arts project.) No midriff or words on the derriere. Students with long hair must pull the hair back.
Will there be a family discount? There are no discounts because we are committed to bringing you the best arts lessons at the most economic price.
Are there scholarships available? Scholarships are available once a year for a family in need. There are limited scholarships available.
What are your teacher’s qualifications? Teacher education and discipleship is very important to us at Seville First Baptist Church. Our teachers have worked as professionals in the arts for over thirty years and holds degrees in arts. You can be confident that your child is learning in a contemporary and safe environment.
The Seville Arts Project is an outreach of Seville First Baptist Church.
The church exists to glorify God and share the life-giving message of His Gospel. It is our hope that the Arts Project will give the whole family opportunities for, physical, mental, & emotional wellness; friendship, fun, competition, and spiritual development in a Christ-centered atmosphere.