Village Arts stands with all our families who are affected by racism and hate. It is our vow to go further with reaching out into our community to provide a safe, more diverse, inclusive, joyful environment of understanding, education and love. We will work harder to live up to our motto:
“Village Arts is a Place for Everyone!”
A story of true love and acceptance between sisters, Frozen JR. expands upon the emotional relationship and journey between Princesses Anna and Elsa. When faced with danger, the two discover their hidden potential and the powerful bond of sisterhood. With a cast of beloved characters and loaded with magic, adventure, and plenty of humor, Frozen JR. is sure to thaw even the coldest heart!
Homework Club is for Grades 1st-5th
and it is open for ALL kids in the community (you don’t have to be enrolled at Colfax Charter)
Fall Semester starts on August 21, 2023
Homework club is 3-4 hours per session, depending on the day.
Our priority is quiet, supervised homework time, and creative playtime.
(If you are enrolling in a class, you can add homework club at the time of enrollment.)
Classes are open for ALL kids in the community (you don’t have to be enrolled at Colfax Charter)
From Dance to Choir to Art to Go-Kart Building, we have excellent classes taught by loving professionals.
Our students learn, engage, and have fun! Our classes are small and are split up to ensure a safe environment and personal attention!
Let's play games! Let’s act out stories. Let’s make our own stories. This fun workshop is all play! You will learn to act and plays dozens of Theater Games. Maybe we can even put on our own show! Let’s play!Students will need to take this first class should they want to advance into our sketch comedy program.
Saturday, August 19, 2023 at 4pm
Parking lot of Faith Presbyterian Church of Valley Village
5000 Colfax Avenue Valley village, CA 91601.
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.
“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.”
Village Arts is COMMUNITY. Thank you all for joining us!