Where youth dance their heart & soul into stories made through movement, imagination, and problem-solving.
Invert/ED activates dance as a vibrant way for youth to experience creative ownership, discovery, physical awareness, and kinesthetic learning. With a focus on storytelling and cultural expression, our teaching artists emphasize theatricality, emotionality, and interdisciplinary connections. Throughout the workshop series, youth develop teamwork, innovative thinking, embodied expression and language skills, and we often culminate with a performance for peers and family spotlighting dance created by the youth.
- Invert/ED offers: ongoing classes, one-off workshop series, arts residencies and community-building events to kindergarten through pre-professional students.
- Invertigo partners with: schools, after-school centers, and cultural institutions to develop unique dance education, tailored to a range of ages, abilities and cultures.
Hope Street Family Center
Hope Street Family Center is a health, education, and recreation resource of Dignity Health California Hospital Medical Center with a mission of creating programs that inspire, educate, and serve the needs of the whole family. To address the importance of having community resources, their network of holistic programs including early childhood education, home visitation, family literacy, after-school enrichment, mental health and child welfare services.
Kayne Eras (KES) is a nonpublic, WASC accredited K-12 school. Using a unique interdisciplinary approach, the school provides a full range of individualized programs focused on meeting the diverse needs of children experiencing challenges in learning.
Culver City High AVPA
Culver City High AVPA is a four-year, specialized arts education program that seeks to inspire a compassionate and creative community. The program offers intensive classes and workshops in Visual Arts, Film & Video Production, Theatre, Dance and Music.
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PAST COMMUNITY PARTNERS OF INVERT/ED:
Alta Vista Elementary
Bancroft Middle School
Exceptional Children’s Foundation
Grand View Elementary School
LA Arts Group
The Music Center
RenArts High School
Santa Monica College
Tulita Elementary School
Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts
Tom Bradley Global Awareness Magnet Elementary School
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This organization is supported, in part, by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Arts Commission, the Los Angeles City Department of Cultural Affairs, the California Arts Council, a state agency, and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.
California Arts Council