TAB Arts Weekend Film Camp
Ages 7-17 welcome! Students learn all about the film industry, acting, drama, cameras, and more! We acknowledge the NC Arts Council for awarding TAB Arts Center for the "Spark the Arts" grant to fund the film camp. This program gives youth an opportunity to learn more about the film and theater industry by working with professional instructors, cinematographers, actors/actresses, and writers to create a short film, written and directed by the instructor. We strive to give underserved youth an unforgettable experience by offering our camp at reduced rates of only $25 per month.
TAB Arts Center Non Profit Weekend Film Camp begins January 14th-March 26th.
Only on weekends
12:00pm-3:00pm on Saturdays
1:30pm-3:30pm on Sundays
The film camp is $25 per month, per child, or a $75 one time fee.
(Math, English, Science, History, Arts)
Our Early Childhood Art Programs (ages 4 - 11) are designed to integrate the arts with the core topics present in schools. We motivate children to utilize their imaginations to understand how each topic relates to the other. By working with a variety of artists in an array of genres we reinforce the philosophies and concepts they learn in school.
This after school program is designed to reinforce core information learned in school. We collaborate and train teachers to equip them with the tools to provide creative instruction.
All Arts Film Summer Camp
Tab Arts Center Non Profit’s ALL Arts Summer Camp gives youth the opportunity to learn about a variety of art forms.
Participants learn about film, theater, creative writing and the visual arts. Our camp consists of two different programs: TAB Teen Film Camp and our TAB Kids Theater Program.
Register today for our 5rd Annual 2021 All Arts Summer Camp for children and teens.
Participants get FREE breakfast and lunch provided by GCSNC.
2022 - All Arts Film Summer Camp Videos
2021 - All Arts Film Summer Camp Videos
TAB Kids Theater
TAB Kids Theater program teaches young people, ages 8-11 basic theater elements. Participants work with theater, visual art, creative writing and occasionally choreography instructors to write and produce a unique stage play.
All students take part in designing and making their sets, props and costumes. They learn how to write a cohesive story, memorize their lines, and work in a variety of positions behind the scenes and on-stage. Their play is the grand finale of our “last day of camp” performance.
Ask about our ongoing kid's programs
- Girl Scout Classes
- Early Release Classes
- After School Courses
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