Artist Residencies & Master Classes

ENRICHING EXPERIENCES

Community members have an opportunity to connect and interact with professional artists visiting the Carver Community Cultural Center. Whether a lecture-demonstration, in-school visit, panel discussion or workshop, these outreach activities deepen the relationship between the artist and the community and allow for opportunities for each to grow and learn from the other.

Dates and times are subject to change.

Please contact the Education Coordinator at (210) 207-2719 for schedule and reservations.

FLY Dance Company: School Visit

Friday, September 20, 2019

Drawing from a wide variety of music, the all-male FLY Dance Company combines street dance, classical choreographic principles, clever staging, acting skills and gymnastics. FLY will share their distinct style of “theatrical hip hop” – an awe-inspiring mix of raw movement, power, funk, and grace.

Fly Dance Company - The Carver Community Cultural Center
BODYTRAFFIC - The Carver Community Cultural Center

Master Class with BODY TRAFFIC

Friday, November 1, 2019

Local dancers will have an opportunity to work with the BODY TRAFFIC’s professional dancers to build confidence, increase self-awareness and discover how to communicate through dance.

METdance: Auditions for Professional Summer Dance Intensive

Saturday, January 17, 2020

Local dancers will have an opportunity to audition for Houston’s professional repertoire dance company METdance.

METdance - The Carver Community Cultural Center
Mad River Theater Works: In-school Workshop - The Carver Community Cultural Center

Mad River Theater Works: In-school Workshop

Wednesday, April 22, 2020

Members of the Mad River Theater Works Company will work with local students and teachers to explore the creation of original plays from local stories, learn how plays get made and engage in practical theatre exercises.

Artist Residency with Andrea Assaf

May – December, 2020

Lebanese American writer and Director, Andrea Assaf, an artist-in-residence, will develop Eleven Reflections: San Antonio – a new work that draws upon experiences of local residents from various communities of color. Through engagement and workshops, 11 residents will be chosen to perform in the production, part of a larger national project.

Andrea Assaf - The Carver Community Cultural Center