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28 09, 2016

Release Days are back!

By | September 28th, 2016|Afterschool, Programs, Release Days, Top-left|0 Comments

Our next Release Day Camps coming up on December 19th, 20th , and 21st, 2016


  • Winter- themed art; making a snowman puppet,  a snowflake,  a lantern for the longest night of the year, paint trees in winter, maybe make a holiday gift  to give to someone…
  • Dreams for a New Year: think about what you want for your life, and make a poster to dream it into being with collage, drawing, and painting.

Register Now!

13 07, 2016

Make Your own Music Video Camp!

By | July 13th, 2016|Programs, Summer Arts, Videos|0 Comments

The kids had so much fun last week with Neal Swanger in Make Your own Music Video camp! Check out their videos:

Cats and Dogs Movie
Minecraft Movie
Star Wars Movie

Here are a few from last year’s Make Your Own Music Video summer camps:

I Wish I Was a Bird
Puppetmaster’s Song
I Am the Moon
What Does a Reindeer Say?

23 05, 2016

After-school Songs with Stefon Taylor

By | May 23rd, 2016|Afterschool, Music, Programs, Top-right|0 Comments

Check out these songs our After-school students made with guest artist, Stefon Taylor!

Cold Outside
Haunted Orphange
Percussion Jam
Sad Ghost

 A big thank you to Best Buy Foundation and the Twin-Cities Opera Guild for giving us grants that made this possible!

11 12, 2015

Release Day Music Videos

By | December 11th, 2015|Top-right, Videos|0 Comments

Check out these music videos our students made with Neal Swanger for our Release Day Camps!

Ninjas and Pirates
Minecraft Mode
Halloween Movie
The Craziest Pet Shop

Here are a few from our Make Your Own Music Video summer camps:

I Wish I Was a Bird
Puppetmaster’s Song
I Am the Moon
What Does a Reindeer Say?

25 07, 2015

New Musical Heights for Teens

By | July 25th, 2015|KidPower, Programs|0 Comments

Urban Arts Academy guest artist Stefon Bionik Taylor facilitated a class introducing kids to the technology of making modern music. This video includes three of the six original songs that the 2014–2015 middle-school kids wrote, composed, arranged, recorded and performed.

Thanks to a grant from the Best Buy Foundation, Urban Arts was able to bring Stefon in as a guest artist and purchase a basic DJ rig, monitoring/recording system and microphone which we will continue to use as a creative resource.

“Watching the kids discover their creative voice is one of the most inspiring things I have done as an artist.”

—Stefon Bionik Taylor