Kaelie joined Nashville Ballet as a second company member where she danced corps roles in company productions including Paul Vasterling’s Swan Lake and The Nutcracker. Kaelie also dance the principal role of Anne in Gina Patterson’s Anne Frank while on tour with the second company in Kentucky. Kaelie found her passion for teaching through Nashville Ballet’s Community Outreach Program where she often performed and taught movement to under privileged children all across Tennessee and surrounding states.
Through the benefits of dance students grow in balance, flexibility and body conditioning.
We have homeschooled for nine years and B.E.E events and classes have played a significant role in my children’s educational experience. The performances represent an incredible value – high caliber live events at an affordable cost, making them accessible to families such as ours.
Are you tired of running all over town like a busy bee? By coming to our Costa Mesa campus, your student can participate in all of the following classes in one location:
4 core subjects – Math, Science, Language Arts/English and History (Social Studies)
4 Art disciplines – Visual Arts (including industrial arts), Music, Dance and Theater
includes a 10 week artist in residency with learning Celtic Music, dance and performance
and additional options are available: (included in the Specialty program)
between: 2 to 4 – Junior Achievement electives – planning for the student to own their economic success
Museum memberships and other field trips for a year free through NARM
or Urban Workshop level course
If you join us as an Inspire Specialty Partner or become a Premium Member, you can benefit from portions …
This year we will be diving deep into the Middle Ages – joining us will be Maire Clerkin.
About the Artist
Máire Clerkin is an actor, Irish Dancer, choreographer, writer and teacher. From London of Irish parents, she moved to sunny California in 2003. She tours her one-woman show (see Performances), teaches dance drama in schools, runs literacy through dance education programs,…
We all know that education goes far and beyond the classroom, especially when it comes to the arts. Many of your children have dedicated themselves to expanding their creativity through many types of art classes.
So, let’s show off those skills at the Imagination Celebration this year! Entering to show your work is open to all school-age children, regardless of where they go to school.
We caught up with Sara as she was displaying what she made at a new class for students here in Orange County. She was one of the first from her charter school, National University Academy, to be involved in the Urban Workshop Level 1 class.
Last chance to reserve your seat for upcoming holiday shows.
Charles Dickens – Dec. 4th, 2015 at 10:30 am
Season of Giving – Dec. 18th at 11:30 am
Join us on Friday, October 16, 2015! A unique program, Journeys to the Past takes student on a journey into the lifestyle of the California Indian, in particular the Acjachemen Nation, which flourished in Southern California hundreds of years before Father Serra.
This year when I previewed the Artist showcase at Segerstrom, I learned that they were starting a new family series. I thought it would be helpful to share. From SCFTA [ct_button id=”button_53″ size=”small” solid=”0″ link=”http://www.scfta.org/Plan-Your-Visit/Sensory-Friendly/Sensory-Friendly-Overview.aspx” icon=”” arrow=”1″ color=”#” css_animation=”” Read More …
On view at the J. Paul Getty Museum at the Getty Center from July 28 through November 1, 2015, Power and Pathos: Bronze Sculpture of the Hellenistic World, will be the first major international exhibition to bring together approximately fifty of the most important ancient bronzes from the Mediterranean region and beyond.