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Adaptive Performing Arts

Art For All

Adaptive Performing Arts

Tuition:
$
175

During this fun-filled week, students will dive into the world of the performing arts as they work with our master teaching artists to create an original one-act play. Students will build self-esteem as they explore the art of theatre, enjoy a collaborative team building project, and meet new friends! Campers may be involved in the design and development of creating costumes and painting the simple scenery and props for the performance.

July 25 – 29

Ages
11 – 18
Time
9:00am – 12:00pm

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Safety Protocols

Our goal is to protect patrons, visitors, employees, staff, artists, and volunteers, as well as to mitigate the potential for the spread of the virus in our community. We continue to practice enhanced cleaning procedures and students who are exhibiting any signs of illness will be asked not to attend. For the 2022 Summer Camp season, The Arts Center will follow the CDC recommendations on masking for Beaufort County in accordance with the CDC’s U.S. COVID-19 Community Levels by County map.

As of 3/1/22 masking is not required but please know that this situation is fluid and subject to change.

Half-day campers should bring a water bottle and snack. Visual art campers should wear old clothing and/or bring a smock to protect their clothes. Theatre campers should bring a lunch.

Ryan Ward
Ryan Ward

Ryan Ward is a Jersey Shore-based film and stage producer, director, and educator who has facilitated the creation of Broadway, Off-Broadway, and Regional theater productions throughout the U.S., Canada, and Central America. Since 2007, he has produced all original works with special needs communities through The Kennedy Center's VSA program and Arts Access South Carolina, garnering him the title Master Teaching Artist in SC, FL and NJ. Ryan's first feature film, VORTEX: A Film Anthology, will be available for streaming this Summer.

Alana Adams
Alana Adams

Alana Adams received her BFA in Art Education at Georgia State University with an emphasis in ceramics and sculpture. Since receiving her PK-12 certification in 2001, she has gone on to teach art and pottery for children and adults in both private and public institutions. Alana specializes in the development of arts-integrated curricula and is the Senior Director of Education at the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina.

This project is funded in part by the South Carolina Arts Commission which receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts.