With deep cuts to state funding, especially for the arts, the Academy of Visual and Performing Arts dance students put their training, spirit, and passion to dance to work on Sunday Oct. 24 at Dance-A-Thon 2010, in an effort to raise vital funding for their dance program. AVPA dance students offered family, friends, teachers, and community members an opportunity to contribute towards their dance education by soliciting pledges in support of their dancing for 3 hours without stopping. Almost 30 students turned out to dance the afternoon away in front of the Frost Auditorium on the CCHS campus.
Saturday June 12, the Kirk Douglas Theater was the scene of the annual “Java Gala” a benefit and performance of the Academy of Visual and Performing Arts. The lobby was filled with friends and parents, …[READ MORE]
The Academy of Visual & Performing Arts at Culver City High School recognizes the following 50 program graduates on their achievements and scholarly pursuits. The Academy operates after school and is open to all high …[READ MORE]
“Why would you want to stay where you’re not wanted?” Culver City High School Drama teacher AVPA Director Sheila Silver’s expressive eyes were slightly wet, although from emotion or just exhaustion it was hard to …[READ MORE]