Tuesday, December 5, 2017
Help us kick off SFPA’s Endowment Fund
Any amount from $5 to $5,000 is greatly appreciated
Stop by "Casa Luca" at 574 W. San Francisco Street
Open House 5-10pm
Refreshments and hors d'oeuvres
Meet the students and hear their stories
As 2017 closes and 2018 begins, SFPA is embarking on new beginnings and continuing to be an integral part of the Arts of Santa Fe.
30 years and counting.
Our Endowment Fund will ensure that future generations of Santa Feans will be able to count on the continuation of SFPA for the next 30 years and beyond. Our commitment is to the youth of Santa Fe and our outreach to adjacent communities and performers. SFPA seeks to provide a place to learn, to train, to perform, to create in a safe environment where performing artists explore their talents and encourage others to do the same.
Your financial support is greatly appreciated. 80% of the donations for this event will go directly to the Permanent Fund, and 20% will go towards our Operating Fund. There are no small donations. To have your support in any amount becomes the collection of rain drops that eventually become a river. Everyone’s actions matter to us and are seen in the light of thanksgiving and appreciation.
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SPRING 2018 YOUTH PROGRAMS
A NEW + ORIGINAL PIECE
Based on the life and works of Maurice Sendak (Author of Where The Wild Things Are)
Ages 6-18 / $695.00
Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays 4:00-6:00pm
January 22 - April 29
Combining the whimsical writings of local poet Paul Trachtman, Schubert’s songs, the writings of Maurice Sendak and playwright Katy Anderson, director Tara Khozein will weave together a mainstage production in collaboration with students that will bring out the wild things in all of us!
Show dates: April 20, 21, 22, 27, 28, 29
Director: Tara Khozein
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KIDS CREATIVE MOVEMENT
Ages 4-7 / $120
January 9 –February 27
The most authentic movement comes from a place of playful exploration.
In this class we foster creativity, teamwork, and self confidence through movement. We cultivate individual movement capabilities through the use of a variety of creative movement exercises. In this Creative Movement Class children will explore prop manipulation with hula hoops and LED wands, embody various wild animals with Floorplay and connect with Earth by dancing the elements; air, fire, water & earth.
Instructor: Lynn Gravatt
FOR MORE INFO ABOUT OUR YOUTH FALL PROGRAMS AND INTERNSHIPS FOR TEENS
Please call 505-982-7992 / Email: email@example.com
*Scholarships and payment plans available. Contact us to inquire further!
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ADULT ACTING WORKSHOP
INTRODUCTION TO ACTING TECHNIQUE
January 7 - January 28, 2018
Sundays 10:00am-12:00pm // $85
This class is ideal for those working on and developing an understanding of an acting technique as well as those interested at being introduced to an acting technique for the first time
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up
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FOR MORE INFO ABOUT OUR YOUTH PROGRAMS AND INTERNSHIPS FOR TEENS
Call 505-982-7992 / Email: email@example.com
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city different players
SFPA's City Different Players youth program is a vehicle for self-discovery and expression and provide a well-rounded training in the performing arts disciplines.
SFPA's Teen Program offers instruction in drama, music and dance, and uses performing arts to help students cope with such issues as teen suicide, gang violence and drug abuse.
adult "working companY"
The SFPA Adult "Working Company" is a professional theater group whose work creates opportunities for New Mexico performing artists to practice, perform and collaborate.