Keeping the Culture Alive Among Kids Through Art Theater Schools

Inoculating children with the right culture and traditions is the only way to ensure that they are passed from one generation to the next and kept alive. Hobbies are an excellent tool to help children thrive in the knowledge of their heritage.

The love for art and theater is shared by those who have a passion for it. They are able to cross the line between those who can teach and those who can’t. Instilling a passion for the arts and theater in the youth by teaching traditional crafts and hobbies ensures the survival of culture and heritage.

Passionate teachers can influence the lives of their students to a large extent and help make the world a brighter place to live in. They share the joy that they get from these activities and share it with the youth of today, empowering them to contribute to society in a healthy and positive manner. A passion for arts and theater and sharing this with the youth helps give the youth a stronger sense of self, reinforcing traditions and inspiring creativity along the way.

A passion for history and traditional values help the society that we will live in to become a more loving and accepting society.

About The Author

Debora Wondercheck is the Executive Director of Arts and Learning Conservatory, a non-profit performing theater art school for children in Santa Ana, California. Debora has been with A&L for the past 7 years, where she has produced over 40 productions and helped create a highly reputed music and fine art class. She loves inspiring and being inspired by children and works closely with parents and the staff to create a fun, unique and creative environment.

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