Summer Programs for Young Artists 2017
Summer Arts at Hubbard Hall
Hubbard Hall offers summer arts programs for young people, designed to give participants a fun and illuminating experience of working with teaching artists and other kids to make and perform great art! Our programs encourage each participant to be a part of the invention of the play or project and everyone has a lot of say in the building of his or her part. The end result is a celebration of the group process.
Summer Theater: Kids Company, Ages 5-7
Where the Wild Things Are
Directed by Digby Baker-Porazinski
Two-week daily program
Monday-Friday, June 26 to July 7 (No program on July 4)
9:00am – 12:00pm
Freight Depot Theater
Showcase Performance, Hubbard Hall Freight Depot Theater
Friday, July 7 at 6:00pm
In this two-week daily summer theater program, kids ages five to seven years are introduced to the skills and magic of the theater. Through theater games, music, and art we form an ensemble cast experience in which everyone has a creative voice. Every child has magical worlds within them–what will they create today? Based on beloved children’s book Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak, the group will work together to create a fun performance for family and friends on Friday July 7th.
Friday, July 21 at 7pm, Saturday July 22 at 2pm
Four-week daily program
Monday-Friday, June 26-July 21
(No program on July 4)
12:00pm – 4:00pm
Beacon Feed Studio Building
($80 for the week of July 4)
In this daily afternoon program, kids ages five to twelve bring a bag lunch to the studio and explore different themes across multiple disciplines each week – a bucketful of arts such as crafty creations, acting and storytelling, music and movement, plus outdoor games and more! Each week will have a fun and exciting theme for students to explore and enjoy!