Latest Updates

Our Annual IndieGoGo Campaign Has Just Gone Live!

Please support us by contributing to our campaign and help us spread the word by telling your friends and posting on your social networks. We need to raise a minimum of $15,000 to keep the summer program free for all of our participants.

The direct link for our campaign is: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/statement-arts-college-prep-program/x/559697#/story

Thanks for all that you do!

 

Our Expanding Horizons College Prep Program starts July 6th!

The College Prep Program will be back again this July  at the United Palace of Cultural Arts,  in Washington Heights.  Applications for this year long program are now being accepted. We run rigorous classes in audition techniques, master classes in acting, private voice lessons and interpretive coaching. There is also a writing component that focuses on those all important college application essays. Our summer portion concludes in a final performance that is free and open to the public. 

You must audition for a place in this program. 

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO DOWNLOAD AN APPLICATION.

 

 

Our Empower Youth Summer Program  Is Now Full! 

Back for our fourth year, Empower Youth is a free* music and theater program for kids between grades 3 - 6 and 7 - 11. Taught by professional theater artists, children will learn to create and perform their own original show with songs from Broadway musicals and popular culture. Classes are Monday - Friday from 9am - 2pm for grades 3 - 6 and from 9am - 4pm for kids in grades 7 - 11.

This project also takes place at The United Palace of Cultural Arts, in New York City's Washington Heights. *There is a $25 application fee to guarantee attendance, which we will wave upon request.

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION or TO DOWNLOAD AN APPLICATION.

TO DOWNLOAD AN APPLICATION in Spanish. 


Our Photo Project In Laos Is A Huge Success!

A big thank you to all who donated cameras and equipment to the aspiring photographers of Luang Prabang. In partnership with @My Library, we were able to bring two giant bags of equipment with us to, including 60 cameras for our new friends. 

 

CLICK HERE TO SEE THE WORK OF OUR YOUNG SHOOTERS.