Classes & Events FOR YOUTH

• Hip Hop Dance
• Watercolor Painting
• Aerial Performance
• Theater

Classes now run all year!

Youth Arts CLASSES

Jan
31
2023
TO
Mar
23
2023
Tuesdays & Thursdays
Scholarships are available!
Jan
9
2023
TO
Mar
28
2023
Mondays | January 9- March 27, 2023
SCHOLARSHIPS ARE AVAILABLE
Jan
9
2023
TO
Mar
15
2023
Mon., Tues., (and some Wednesdays)
Note: Due to Holidays, some classes meet Wednesday Instead.

Youth Arts EVENTS

Mar
3
Fri | 10:00am

Meeting Mozart

*Discounted tickets for Youths and Seniors!
Dec
4
Sun | 1:00pm

The Main Stage Playmakers Presents: 'Twas The Night Before Christmas

Shows Dec 2nd, 3rd & 4th Evening & Matinee Shows!
Dec
2
Fri | 6:00pm

Kenny Steel Student Showcase

Youth Concert | Doors at 5:00

Youth Arts

ABOUT OUR YOUTH ARTS PROGRAMS

With four schools within walking distance, we are truly at “The Center” and excited to offer even more options for local students During the pandemic, The Center has created more programs to support working families and children in the community. We continue to adapt and expand our Youth Arts Education programs to enrich the lives of students of all ages.

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Family Fun Day

Offered three times a year, these are free all-day events geared toward families and introduces many young children in our community to their first-ever arts experience. We offer families the opportunity to participate in healthy art-based activities together, such as face painting, crafts, and a balloon artist and other fun entertainment.

Summer Camps & Seasonal Classes

Our Youth Arts Education Program provides in-person and virtual summer camp opportunities for kids to participate in a wide range of professionally guided and instructed art programs.

The fall, winter and spring sessions includes new daytime classes to help fill the gap for students during independence study time and added classes when hybrid classrooms are not in session.

Current Offerings >

We Have Scholarships available!

Thanks to our Youth Arts Sponsors and anonymous private donors, we are proud to offer $10,000 in Scholarships for Summer Camps and Seasonal Classes in order to increase access to the arts for youth in our community.

APPLY FOR A SCHOLARSHIP NOW >

Student Matinee Series

We began a new Student Matinee Series and are working with teachers to provide them study guides and access to quality theatrical productions. Produced in Partnership with the California Arts Council these programs are currently delivered online and provide educational entertainment for students in the classroom or at home.

THANK YOU!to our Youth Arts Sponsors!

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The newly renovated building offers a more flexible space and will enable us to expand and improve our Youth Arts Education programs. During the pandemic, The Center has created more programs to support working families and children in the community. We continue to adapt and expand our Youth Arts Education programs to enrich the lives of students of all ages. From Family Fun Day to after school programs and summer camps, The Center offers Youth Arts Education to support the local school district, stepping in to provide a creative curriculum throughout the year.

Youth Arts News

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Spring Registration is Open for Youth Arts Education at The Center

Registration is open for youth art classes at The Center for the Arts.  Spring sessions start the first week in April. Students ages 8 to 14 can take part in Artmaking, Hip Hop, Theater Dance, and Aerial Arts. Classes of ten students or less meet twice a week at The Center located in downtown Grass Valley. Full and partial scholarships are available.

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Engaging Kids in the Arts in March

The Center for the Arts continues to bring important youth programming to our community during this challenging time. The Center is teaming up with Music in the Mountains to produce a world music program and virtual choir and, also, presenting a virtual theater production with the support of The California Arts Council. Both programs are free.

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