Live Out Loud: Creative Art's Intensive for Children

The sun goes down on another day at DG Rocker's Guitar & Music School. We have officially reached week three in our Live Out Loud Summer Arts Intensive; a unique program which features a broad-spectrum of activities in the arts aimed towards a young audience (children ages 6-9 yo). Let's take a look!

 

Learning how to bake Chocolate Taco Shells for ice-cream.

Learning how to bake Chocolate Taco Shells for ice-cream.

Here At DG Rocker's Guitar and Music School, our campers get to freely indulge in their creativity without any restraints. Since the school curricula in the U.S. has cut down on classes like music and art, we focus on bringing back these important classes that are lost and forgotton. We believe that the creative arts are the building blocks of childhood development.

 

"Rockin' Rythym"with guitar teacher Zach at McKinley Park

"Rockin' Rythym"with guitar teacher Zach at McKinley Park

Decision making, cultural awareness, and improved academic performance are just some of the positives of implementing the creative arts. Our students have the opportunity to cultivate a deep love and basic knowledge of the arts even at the young ages of six, seven and eight. In our Live Out Loud camp curriculum, we immerse our students in creative writing, visual arts, cooking, music, and theater.

 

Reading Time at McKinley Park Library

Reading Time at McKinley Park Library

Alongside these many intensives, we explore the outside world to experience both nature and the diverse culture of Brooklyn, New York. What's better than learning guitar among the trees, or learning how to take books out from the library? Students visit places like Dumbo Boulders and the Museum of Natural History on our weekly Friday field trips. Check out our website for upcoming events, music classes, and future programs. We hope to see you soon.

 


 


Written by Bridgette Lowerre

Please visit our homepage @ DGrockers.com for information about Lol Summer Camp, Music Class, and opportunities to serve with us in our neighborhood.