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BAX – Where Kids Explore The Performing Arts As Creators

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For over a quarter of a century the Brooklyn Arts Exchange (affectionately known as BAX) has been running its popular Summer Arts Program for young artists entering kindergarten to 6th Grade.

“It’s a unique opportunity for kids to be exposed to several different forms of the performing arts, which are taught by expert specialists in a low pressure and fun environment,” says BAX education director Lucia Scheckner.

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Drawing on BAX’s year-round critically acclaimed education programs, the Summer Arts Program provides expert instruction in a range of specialties, including dance, tumbling, theater, music, and visual art, with an emphasis on cultivating creative expression. Working with professional artists in a playful environment, participants explore the performing arts as creators, performers, and audience-members, developing improvisation, performance, and collaborative skills.

My son had a wonderful camp experience. He adores his counselors and counselors-in-training (CITs). He really responded well to the gentle approach to dealing with any discipline issues. He said that one day he’d like to become a CIT. We’ll be back for sure.” — Parent

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REGISTER BY THE WEEK, MIX & MATCH OR REGISTER FOR ALL SIX WEEKS!

Limited space is available. To register call (718) 832-0018 or visit youth.bax.org/summer.

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