The Arts – Stage, Screen, Music, and Art

  • Oregon Children’s Theatre – Plays suitable for a range of ages and fun for the entire family. For more info go to their website.
  • Movies at Academy Theater – Kid-friendly theater. Admission prices are great. Babysitting service available. More info on their website, or Facebook.
  • Portland Center Stage – Regional theater company bringing stories to life in unexpected ways. There’s more info on their website, or Facebook.
  • Oregon Ballet Theatre – Celebrated company of dancers who perform an annual five-program season. All offering many programs for the community. There’s more information on their website, or Facebook.
  • Northwest Children’s Theater and School – Their mission is to educate, entertain and enrich the lives of young audiences. Find out more on their website.
  • Regional Arts & Culture Council: Local Arts Events for Kids – RACC works to integrate arts and culture in all aspects of community life. For more info go to their website.
  • ComedySportz “4” Kidz – Improv comedy -the games and suggestions are focused on the 12-and-under crowd using lots of audience volunteers and generally having a rip-roaring good time. Check out their website for show times, reservation and party package info.
  • Sound Roots School of Modern Music – Portland’s premier music school. Offers lessons, classes, workshops, parties and all kinds of learning opportunities for kids and adults of all ages and skill levels. You can find more info on their website, on Facebook.
  • Art a la Carte – Art ala Carte LLC is a kids art studio in the heart of Sellwood. We provide the supplies, space and support for children to create their individual artistic expressions. For more information go to their website, or Facebook.
  • AWOL: Dance Collective – Aerial dance. Classes, camps. For information go to their website, or Facebook.
  • MetroArts, Inc. – Teaches creative and critical thinking processes through innovative arts education programs and curricula. They have summer kids camp. For more info go to their website.
  • Billings Dance Center – Dance classes: tap, jazz, ballroom, etc. For more information go to their website.
  • Old Library Studio – Non-profit recording studio, with classes for kids and adults. Learn to create and record music. For more info check out their website.
  • Ethos Music Center – Non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of music and music-based education for youth in underserved communities. Lessons, music camps. For more information go to their website, or Facebook.
  • Oregon Symphony – Concerts. Educating youth via Youth Concerts. For more info check out their website, or Facebook.
  • Music Together of Portland – A noncompetitive non performance environment where you child may freely explore music through play, build skills in basic music competence, prepare for future instrument or dance study and a lifetime of music appreciation. For more info go to their website, or Facebook.
  • Northwest Youth Theatre – Their mission is to educate and enrich the lives of young people by providing meaningful opportunities for them to explore the performing arts. For more information go to their website, or Facebook.
  • Portland Youth Philharmonic – Supports two full symphony orchestras, a chamber orchestra, a wind ensemble and one string orchestra. Each group is made up of outstanding young musicians chosen by open auditions each spring and early fall who are seated solely according to ability. For more info go to their website, or Facebook.
  • StyleShock Cheer and Dance – The largest and one of the most sought after training facilities in the Northwest.  Offers competition and performance choreography, skills workshops, music and video editing, critique sessions and more. For more info go to their website, or Facebook.
  • Portland Center for the Performing Arts – Your premier arts and entertainment venue in the Pacific Northwest. For more information about scheduled performances go to their website, or Facebook.
  • Free Spirits Dance – Offering out of the box children’s dance lessons where dance and art are intermingled in one lesson in Shanon’s home based studio. Joy in dancing and expression through visual at mediums is the goal. For more information go to their website, or Facebook.
  • Portland Theatre Brigade – A group of young actors age 7 to 15 from all over the Portland area. A Brigade forms ever year, comprised of student-actors from a variety of backgrounds and with varying levels of experience. Members of the Brigade receive professional theater training from some of Portland’s finest actors including voice, movement, and improvisation. They then go on tour, bringing the excitement of the stage to area students… at no cost to schools. For more info go to their website, or Facebook.
  • Do Jump! Physical Theatre School – Teaches classes in creative movement, physical theater, acrobatics, partner acrobatics, trapeze, aerial dance, and juggling for ages 1 – 100. Most of their kids’ classes are “circus skills” classes. For more info go to their website, or Facebook.
  • Kids Junk Orchestra – Musical learning to the next level – the improvisational one. Fostering musical enrichment and creativity with hands-on workshops for children 4 – 12. For more information go to their website, or Facebook.
  • Rock ‘n’ Roll Camp For Girls – Run by devoted staff and volunteers who believe passionately in the mission of the camp. They teach, coach, mentor, manage, direct, fundraise, plan programming, and so much more. Female instructors, coaches, band managers, and the administrative team share their experience and skills in music with the students, campers, and interns who seek mentorship. For more info go to their website, or Facebook.
  • Vibe of Portland – Offering some after school programs at local Portland schools. Their Creative Outlet provides kids ages 3 and up with a variety of fine-art classes. For more information go to their website, or Facebook.
  • Spark Arts Center – A neighborhood arts oasis that honors the creative process, nurtures the imagination, and builds confidence through self-expression. Spark has resources for artists of all ages—from preschool drop-in studio to structured classes for children and teens to workshop and happy hour events for adults. For more info check out their website, or Facebook.
  • Young Audiences of Oregon and SW Washington – Offers a full range of educational arts programming in multiple disciplines and cultures. For more information go to their website, or Facebook.

 

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