Arts For Youth
Download our Arts for Youth Program Brochure 2012/2013!
Auditions for the Missoula Children's Theatre production of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Seat reservations, workshops and outreaches can be scheduled by calling the LPAC Box Office, (661) 723 - 5950 or visiting us at 750 W. Lancaster Blvd.
LPAC's Arts for Youth program is committed to providing the best opportunities for students of all ages to experience and appreciate the performing arts, while enhancing their current educational development. We present culturally intensive educational shows and workshops for K-12 to meet the California Content Standards and open the classroom to the creative and imaginative process. For adults, our goal is to inspire the sensibilities and intellectual curiosity. Through exposure to live performance and engaging participation, we seek to ensure that the arts remain an integral part of our community’s rich inheritance. The Arts for Youth programs are rich and rare opportunities to observe artists creating their work.
Download Forms Here:
- Order Form
- 2012-13 Brochure
- Study Guides
- Scholarship Application
- Transportation Grant Application
- Arrival Guide for Buses & Teachers
To be added to the Arts for Youth email list, CLICK HERE.
From Challen David, 8th Grade Teacher at Keppel Academy, January 2011:
"I wanted to thank you SO much for allowing our school the opportunity to participate in the workshops. I cannot rave enough about them. To be honest, my co-workers and I were nervous about an assembly about ballet for our 8th graders who think they're cooler than everything and everyone. NONE, and I mean ZERO, of them have ever seen a live art performance of any type, much less ballet. I've been teaching for 4 years, and I've never been to an assembly where the kids were more respectful and entertained and engaged. I could not believe how good they were. They were captivated the entire time!"
Questions or comments? We’re here to help!
For information about Arts for Youth presentations, scholarships, bus funding, school shows (including payments or seating), Artists in Schools (outreaches), Student Workshops (Master Classes), auditions, and general questions, contact the Arts for Youth office at (661) 723-5876 or firstname.lastname@example.org.