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listen to Pam Shafer Moser talk about Village Arts.
Your generous donations provide children with Mentorship and Scholarships for all programs and classes.
Who we are
Village Arts Theatre is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the charitable purposes of Village Arts must be made payable to Fractured Atlas only and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.
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Village Arts is a year-round arts community for kids in the Valley Village/North Hollywood area.
We offer classes in theatre, music, dance, and the visual arts. We also stage several productions a year, in public and private schools and at our arts center in Valley Village. Our teaching is dynamic and caring, our theatrical productions bubble with heart and spirit, and our amazing students come from all socio-economic backgrounds. At a time when the arts are suffering in the Los Angeles public school system, we offer an exciting alternative for kids who want to act, dance, sing, and make visual art.
Village Arts offers arts programs after school, on weekends, and at our summer camp.
Our students range in age from pre-kindergarten to high school. We also provide programming at Colfax Charter Elementary School in Valley Village and are developing arts programs at independent schools in the North Hollywood area. Our teachers are local artists that live in Valley Village and practice their craft in Los Angeles. We are currently working to develop programs in design and technical theatre. Scholarships are available for all our programs.
We Need Your Help:
We rely on your donations to help with scholarships and programming. Below is a brief overview of our funding needs, as well as a breakdown of our sponsorship tiers.
“Village Arts is a place for everyone!
– Pam Shafer Moser, Co-founder of Village Arts.
“I want each of my students to experience their own personal best,” says Pam Shafer Moser, the co-founder of Village Arts, “whether that’s a natural little star who’s going to get up there and take the world by storm or if it’s the shy child who is very nervous about being on stage, whose big moment is the fact that they have a line and they can stand up there confidently and say that line and look out into the audience.”