We will work harder to live up to our motto: “Village Arts is a Place for Everyone!”
When this program is presently sold out, you’ll see “password protected” options to allow waitlist kids to register should a spot open up. If you would like to be on the waitlist, contact us.
Please visit our hallway to see Valley Village resident and artist, Al Batiste, incredible art installation. This immersive and constantly evolving piece that lives in our backstage hallways, allows our students and patrons to add whatever art or words they wish. Please take a moment to explore the piece and feel free to add to it in any way you would like.
COVID-19 & Village Arts Protocols
As we all find our way forward and contend with the issues of the pandemic, Village Arts will continue with its strict COVID protocols. We will follow and put into place the Los Angeles public health guidelines as well as the LAUSD guidelines. We kindly ask that all of our students and staff adhere to all pandemic safety protocols including keeping socially distant from one another, wear a mask at all times and more. Most important, we ask that our parents/guardians do not permit their children to attend our programs should their child/children have a temperature or feel ill. Please notify us immediately if your child or someone in your family has been exposed in any way to the Corona virus and its variants.
Village Arts will notify all participants in our programs of any incident relating to a COVID exposure. We will use email and text to communicate an incident if and when an exposure issue occurs.
Please note, due to the many public health guideline changes that have occurred since the beginning of the Corona pandemic, we may need to change our protocols with any changes LA County may put in place.
Village Arts is COMMUNITY. Thank you all for joining us!
“I want each of my students to experience their own personal best,” says Pam Shafer Moser, the co-founder of Village Arts, “whether that’s a natural little star who’s going to get up there and take the world by storm or if it’s the shy child who is very nervous about being on stage, whose big moment is the fact that they have a line and they can stand up there confidently and say that line and look out into the audience.”