Watch the presentation below to learn about Apollo World Artz program and our journey so far
Art, music, and dance elective courses are disappearing from schools, and after-school programs are also at risk due to public education budget cuts and a lack of government funds. In the March of 2011, Induz partnered with Playworks to provide a solution to this growing problem through the creation of the Apollo World Artz Program. What started as a free after-school arts and dance education program in California’s Silicon Valley area, has expanded to low-income school districts throughout the California Bay Area.
Program curriculum includes exposure to meaningful art forms from various cultures and regions around the world. Students are encouraged to bring their own originality and imagination into each project and are given the opportunity to showcase their talents at the end of the school year at dance shows and art exhibits put on by local renowned art galleries and museums, such as the Museum of Children’s Art (MOCHA) in Oakland, California and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (MOMA).
Goals for the Apollo World Artz Program are as follows:
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