Expression is the second artistic program to be offered by Unity Performing Arts Foundation and is made possible by grants from various foundations in the community. Expression is UNITY’S exciting, inspired creative writing program where students study various styles of writing and are challenged to improve their writing and communication skills.
THE OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN & PRESENT POWERFUL WRITING – Students in Expression will study various styles of writing (including soulful prose), be given vital literary foundations for effective expression, and become powerful creators and presenters of the written word. They will also be encouraged to experiment with and/or create new forms of written expression after learning about other forms of writing that have helped shape the literary landscape.
CHARACTER-BUILDING & LIFE DEVELOPMENT –Building good character prepares our youth to be unique and exceptional professionals. We equip youth with the tools to be successful and useful to society, teaching them how to communicate, lead, plan, respect authority, achieve, dream and be good citizens. Students will grow as they learn about the life-changing experiences of others through their reading.
DEVELOPING NATURAL ARTISTIC TALENTS – Virtually anyone who is passionate about written and oral expression can become adept in written communication. Some can become great at it. The goal of this program is to provide a positive environment where students can freely explore the written and spoken word.
EXPOSURE & INCENTIVES –Students will have an opportunity to write monologues and skits for consideration in UNITY’s choral performances, write query letters to editors seeking publication, and have their writing appear in a booklet produced by UNITY. Expression participants will also benefit from appearances by guest speakers who have had their works published.
Are you committed to growing your child (or children) so he or she can reach their full potential? Give them the opportunity of a lifetime. Whether they’re interested in the arts or not, they will develop their character and leadership skills.