Youth Arts Action
Visual and performing arts classes are offered free of charge to students across Inyo and Mono counties! Taught by diverse and talent teaching artists outside of school hours, these classes not only benefit students in our isolated school districts, but also give local artists the opportunity to share their craft with young members of our community.
We are thrilled to be the recipient of an Arts Education Grant from the California Arts Council (CAC) and the Inyo County Probation Department to provide standards-based classes to Inyo County middle and high school students! We have received the Youth Arts Action (YAA) grant which supports arts education programs for PreK-12 students that operate after school and during the summer, on school sites, in artistic venues, and in community settings. The intention of this program is to offer young people sequential, hands-on training in artistic disciplines, including dance, literary arts, media arts, music, theatre, and visual arts.
Class size is limited to keep a low student-teacher ratio and classes are sequential. Therefore a commitment and regular attendance is required.
For in-person classes, masks are required and COVID 19 safety protocols will be enforced.
for middle & high school students
with Sage Romero in Big Pine: Tuesdays & Thursdays, 5:30 – 7:30pm, ongoing.
AkaMya Culture Group is collaborating with Inyo Council for the Arts, and NASA (Native American Student Association) to host Pow Wow Dance Groups in Big Pine! Students will learn proper protocol, stories, discipline, and respect for these styles of dancing. Learn about, and try, different dance styles! Develop your own traditional dance style! Discover which dance interests you most!
Class sizes are limited to allow for optimal social distancing. COVID-19 safety protocols will be enforced.
Click HERE to contact our School Arts Coordinator with any questions.