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WOW PAC Summer Camp
DO YOU HAVE A CHILD BETWEEN THE AGES OF 9 -13YRS OLD THAT YOU WANT TO ATTEND AN EXCITING AND ENRICHING PROGRAM THIS SUMMER?
WOW PAC Summer Camp 2023 offers a comprehensive performing arts experience for students of different age groups. By focusing on creative writing and addressing personal issues, the camp encourages self-expression and provides a platform for students to explore their emotions and experiences.
For the younger kids, creating stories and puppetry can be a fantastic way to develop their imagination and storytelling skills. Through these activities, they can learn how to structure narratives, develop characters, and express their thoughts and feelings in a creative manner.
On the other hand, the older students will have the opportunity to delve deeper into the world of performing arts. Learning how to write, direct, and produce a full-fledged production, poem, or spoken word piece can be a challenging but rewarding experience. It allows them to understand the various aspects involved in bringing a creative work to life, such as scriptwriting, staging, and performance.
The final showcase in front of a live audience offers them a chance to display their talent and hard work, boosting their confidence and providing a real-life performance experience.
Overall, this year's summer camp combines artistic exploration, skill development, and the opportunity for students to share their creative work with others. It's a wonderful way for young performers to grow and express themselves through the medium of performing arts.
As part of the WOW PAC Summer Camp 2023, students will
have the opportunity to go on three field trips that will enhance their experience
provide them with firsthand knowledge of the entertainment industry.
These field trips will focus on the workings of TV, film, and theater productions, allowing students to gain insights into the processes and practices employed by entertainers and producers in these fields.
The field trips will offer a unique behind-the-scenes perspective, exposing students to different aspects of the industry and inspiring their creative pursuits.
The WOW PAC Summer Camp welcomes everyone, regardless of their experience level in performing arts. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced performer, this camp offers high-quality training in production and leadership skills. It provides an opportunity for every student to perform with an original piece, allowing them to showcase their talents.
Moreover, the camp is designed to cater to the needs of all students, including those who may be shy or introverted as well as those who are outgoing and driven. It offers a supportive and inclusive environment where students can enhance their social skills, explore their creativity, and, most importantly, have fun throughout the process.
Walking on Water (WOW) Performing Arts Center also know as The PAC is a non-profit 501c3 performing arts education agency that provides students with great opportunities for self-expression. Utilizing the performing arts in a safe, secure, and positive environment, WOW aims to give our most underserved and seemingly voiceless community members an opportunity to be heard, to see themselves in performing arts spaces as well as experience impactful and relatable stories.
Since 2017, WOW PAC has provided various services to the Midlands arts community through training classes, acting classes, workshops, and production opportunities in order to help foster and reinforce an image of positive self-esteem not only in our community but worldwide.
OUR MISSION AND VISION...
The WOW PAC’s mission is to impact the community by presenting inspirational stage plays, entertainment, acting classes, training, and workshops, that empower individuals to rebuild family values, effect change, encourage the lost and restore self-esteem.
We are dedicated to educating our youth by encouraging them to hope, dream all while empowering them to become who they want to be; providing them a safe space to utilize their voice and self-expression through performing arts.