Kingman Center for the Arts Creates Kid’s Summer Arts Program

Kingman Center for the Arts Summer Program a Success

This summer, the Kingman Center for the Arts in association with the Beale Street Theater and other local arts organizations, implemented a popular and successful children’s arts program.

Children’s Activities

A literacy art class held at the Kingman Public Library

The Kingman Center for the Arts held classes for children of all ages to explore the arts in areas such as painting, weaving, music appreciation, and theater. The classes were all well attended; the theater class was so popular it was split into classes for multiple age groups which are each working hard on their own performance pieces.

Children's Community Theater class rehearsing
Children’s Community Theater class rehearsal

The children’s community theater class is practicing for their upcoming performances. One of which is original play, Dreamland, written by Kingman local Jean Chowan. The performance will be the opening act of the Arts in the Park Bazaar, which will be held at Metcalfe Park on August 6th from 5-10 p.m.

Christina Robinette-Joiner (top left, pink shirt) leading the girls in a rehearsal for Annie
Christina Robinette-Joiner (top left, pink shirt) leading a rehearsal for Annie

The Children Community Theater group has also teamed up with a local performing arts school, Kingman Performing Arts, for an Annie medley that will be performed the same night.

Thank you to everyone who came out to support us.  We look forward to future events and classes with the community of Kingman!