Moving Arts Española presents three days of hands-on community building workshops with Apollo Outreach a media outreach organization from Northeast Ohio, June 3 – 5.
Registration for Moving Arts Española summer classes is from 5 – 6:30 p.m. May 28 – 30. Classes run June 3 – July 13
Know a youth interested in summer opportunities at Moving Arts Española in the following?
Moving Arts Española presents a comedic romp through ancient Greek myths, full of murder, mayhem, and questionable historic details.
Moving Arts Española is featured in a Meow Wolf’s Community Voices documentary.
Moving Arts Española’s spring festival, Fecundity, opens this Saturday, April 20, with a level one gymnastics showcase, followed by the level two showcase opening May 4.
Ten youth leaders from Moving Arts Española presented at the March 6th, 2019 NM Youth Opioid Awareness Summit at the Santa Ana Star Center in Rio Rancho NM to more than 2,000 area high schools students.
Two Moving Arts Española students, Isaac Lopez (13) and Barbara Garcia (13) have been accepted to attend the prestigious New Mexico School for the Arts in Santa Fe and will attend the charter high school in fall of 2019 as freshmen.
About Moving Arts Española:
Moving Arts Española provides high quality, affordable performing and visual arts education and free nutritional and academic support for children and youth ages 3-18.
The programs promote the creative, physical, academic, social and emotional health and wellbeing of children and youth from the Española Valley and surrounding communities of Northern New Mexico.
Moving Arts Española Leaps Into Its 11th Year
Moving Arts Española (MAE) provides high quality, affordable performing and visual arts education and free nutritional and academic support for children and youth ages 3-18. The average age of students is nine.