MASA

The Multigenerational Afterschool Arts (MASA) Program is one of VAPAE's most unique programs - where families gather to create art together.

 

Dance Education: An Interview

VAPAE catches up with Laurel Butler, Lecturer of this winter quarter's Dance 165: Foundations of Dance Education.

 

Emerson Community Charter Middle School

VAPAE takes a closer look into the Visual Arts and new Dance programs at Emerson in the Fall of 2017.

 

Warm Welcomes for Fall 2017

We are so happy to welcome new & returning students, friends, and family of VAPAE. We look forward to staying connected and sharing VAPAE's happenings with you. Best wishes on a wonderful new academic year!

 

Arts Education 20

In the spring quarter of 2017, the VAPAE program offered its very first GE class, Introduction to Community Engagement through the Arts taught by Kevin Kane, Director and Carolina San Juan. This video is a collaborative effort created by all 60 members of Arts Education 20 and edited by Jingqiu Guan.

 

Socially Engaged Arts

In 2015 the history and practice of Socially Engaged Arts Pedagogy was explored by 18 VAPAE students in Arts Education 103, a core course offered by Kevin Kane, Lecturer and Associate Director of VAPAE.

 

The Making of a Teaching Artist

For an in-depth look at VAPAE's Arts Education Teaching Sequence please take a few minutes to watch the video below. "The Making of a Teaching Artist" tracks four UCLA VAPAE students as they develop their arts-based teaching practice, and progressively develop into outstanding Teaching Artists.

 

Classroom in Residence at the Hammer

The Classroom-in-Residence at the Hammer is an on-going collaboration between VAPAE and the UCLA Hammer Museum. Each March, VAPAE hosts two classrooms of elementary aged pupils at the Hammer Museum and UCLA's campus, for an immersive week in-residence in an arts-rich environment.

 

Dance @ University High School

VAPAE’s Afterschool Programs offer students in the Los Angeles area supportive and constructive out-of-school arts activities. The dance program at Uni High in the fall of 2015 culminated in the production of this music video, choreographed and created by the dancers.