Pediatric Therapy Network’s Camp Escapades – Aug 7, 2009
A big thank you to the children, staff and volunteers of Camp Escapades for inviting back Culture Shock, Future Shock & Mini Shock LA to be a part of this amazing program for children with special needs. You continue to inspire us!
Burbank Library Performance – July 22, 2009
Culture Shock, Future Shock & Mini Shock LA performed for an enthusiastic bunch of kids and families as part of the library’s summer reading program, “Express Yourself!”
Photography by John Reiff Williams
LAUNCH Preschool Performance – July 16, 2009
Special performances at this Torrance preschool serving students with special needs. They were a great audience that reminded us why we love what we do!
Corporate Performance @ Anaheim Marriott
June 18, 2009
Culture Shock and Future Shock LA joined forces to entertain hundreds of conference attendees as part of their evening themed around community service. Thank you to Andrea Mellen Photography for sharing her photos with us.
John Muir Elementary
June 16, 2009
Assembly performances for 1st-5th graders about
Pediatric Therapy Network Classes
& Friendship Circle Workshop
We’d like to thank the wonderful staff, children and families of the Pediatric Therapy Network for giving us the opportunity to teach a series of dance classes for their Buddy Club program. It was a rewarding and inspiring experience for us, and we look forward to deepening our partnership with PTN in the future!
Pediatric Therapy Network currently provides valuable services to over 1200 children with special needs on a weekly basis. We are so grateful to have had the guidance of their well-respected and highly-trained staff, and are proud to honor PTN at our preview performance of “iConnect” at the Luckman Theatre.
Watts Tutorial Project @ UCLA
February 28, 2009
Culture Shock LA, Scratch DJ Academy and Elemental Arts Center collaborated to bring Hip Hop arts to an estimated 70 children from the Watts & Downtown LA areas. The event gave these elementary school youth the chance to test out turntablism, learn dance skills, and create their own spinart records. A big thanks to the kids and tutors from the Watts Tutorial Project for inviting us to participate!! For a dancer’s perspective, check out Rebecca’s blogpost by clicking here.