Dance is the poetic baring of the soul through motion ~Scott Nilsson
Dance Theatre LEARN MORE
A good film is when the price of the dinner, the theatre admission and the babysitter were worth it ~Alfred Hitchcock
Symphony LEARN MORE
A classic is something that everybody wants to have read and nobody wants to read
Music expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be silent-Victor Hugo
Chorale LEARN MORE
All the world's a stage, And all the men and women merely players ~William Shakespeare
Colony Theatre LEARN MORE
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Grove Theatre LEARN MORE
Victory Theatre LEARN MORE
Community Theater LEARN MORE
Theatre Banshee LEARN MORE
|Pretend for Real||Film|
|Asmar Art Gallery||Alice Asmar||Visual|
|Burbank Philharmonic Orchestra||818-771-7888||P.O. Box 6345, Burbank, CA 91510||Music|
|Burbank HS Animation & Sculpture||818-558-4746||902 N. Third St. Burbank CA 91502||Jonelle Pickett||Visual|
|Freshi Media||332-7951 or 661-993-9766||4531 West Empire Avenue, Ste. 200, 91505||Suzanne Shoemaker||Multi|
|Burbank First Academy||(818) 845-1531||700 N. Glenoaks Blvd, Burbank||Fran Wells||Multi|
|Burbank Community Theater||818 861-9618||632 North Whitnall Hwy Burbank CA 91505||Julia Swanwick||Theatre|
|Dancing Tehani||P.O. Box 15653||Jennifer Tehani Sarreal||Dance|
|Ralph||818-454-7145||E. Tujunga Ave.||Ralph||Music|
|LCG Enterprises||323-708-5137||629 Uclan Drive||Marlene Kuo-Morinaga||Film|
|Burbank International Film Festival||310-749-6942||P.O. Box 870||Jeff Rector||Film|
|Andy Gersh Glass Art||323-578-7997||1837 N. Niagara St.||Andrew Gersh||Visual|
|Teresa Downer Fine Art||818-621-3039||10431 Eldora Ave||Teresa Rose Downer||Visual|
|Anna Mountford||213-309-7861||526 Angeleno Ave||Anna Mountford||Dance|
|Red Rock Fine Art||818-635-0912||Erin Hanson||Visual|
|Pete Graziano Design||Pete Graziano||Visual|
|Schnuffie Productions||818-720-0725||Eva Sippel||Multi|
|Mark Josephson||818-846-7172||1075 Walnut Ave||Mark Josephson||Multi|
|Burbank Art Association||Lisa Plemmons Harrison Caddel||Visual|
|Jazzy Art by Victoria||4143 via Marina #1116||Victoria Johns||Dance|
|Burbank Unified Arts for All||818-729-446||1900 W. Olive||Peggy Flynn||Multi|
|John Burroughs High School Vocal Music Association||818-558-4777 x67104||1920 Clark Ave||Brendan Jennings||Music|
|Burbank School District||Debra Reynolds||Multi|
|Kuki's Playshop||323-205-5854||1036 N. Lake St||Aimee Hui||Multi|
|Shakespeare At Play||323-718-7120||3328 N. Brighton St.||Donn Angelos||Theatre|
|Arts for LA||Multi|
|Studio Vitae||310-279-6848||316 N. Lima St.||Noah Rappaport||Film|
|San Fernando valley Art Club||22157 Mulholland Dr.||Regina Wolford||Visual|
|Mission Renaissance||818-243-9696||5744 San Fernando Rd||Jessie Kennedy||Visual|
|Burbank Chorale||Mikhail Shtangrud||Music|
|Azure and Company||818-458-8244||5553 Auckland Ave.||Tara Flinn||Dance|
|Starlight Bowl||(818) 238-5320||1249 Lockheed View Dr.||Kristen Smith||Dance|
|Burbank HS Instrumental Music Association||818-510-1630||902 N. 3rd St.||Michael Stanley||Dance|
|Darrell Bishop||818-415-7393||P.O. Box 3366 Burbank, CA. 91508||Darrell Bishop||Dance|
|Fondazione Italia Burbank Center||(310) 739-9350||c/o St. Robert Bellarmine School||Teresa D'Agostaro||Dance|
|Downtown Burbank Partnership||818.238.5209||275 E Olive Avenue||Gail Stewart||Dance|
|Falcon Theatre||818-955-8004||4252 Riverside Dr.||Chelsea Sutton||Theatre|
|Rose Ribbon||818 809-6858||3727 W Magnolia Blvd #233||Pam Rondini||Dance|
|John Burroughs High School Vocal Music Association||8184277980||1920 W. Clark Avenue||Brendan Jennings||Dance|
|Pacific Ballet dance Theatre||818 257 0733||237 East Palm Avenue||Cindy Pease||Dance|
|The Mr. Holland's Opus Foundation||818-762-4328||4370 Tujunga Ave., Suite 330 Studio City, CA 91604||Tricia Steel||Dance|
|Hollis music||847-867-4305||2221 W Olive ave ate L&M||Steve Hollis||Music|
|Mark Kellam||323-533-0941||Mark Kellam||Dance|
|Burbank unified arts for all||8187294446||1900 w olive ave||Peggy Flynn||Multi|
|Unlimited Style Photography||3106924055||2214 W Verdugo Ave, Burbank, CA||Tiffany||Visual|
|Towns Burr Gallery||818 845 7144||3609 West Magnolia Blvd.||Connie Towns Burr||Visual|
|Audrey||527 Cambridge Drive||Multi|
|Burroughs High||8177711970||1920 W. Clark Ave||Beth Morrison||Dance|
|jbfineartsdept||1-818-558-4777||1920 W. Clark Ave.||denawilliams||Dance|
|Video Symphony||818-557-7200||266 E. Magnolia Blvd||Emily Brown||Dance|
|John burroughs High School Instrumental Music Program||818-558-4777||1920 W. Clark Ave.||Ms. Tana Barnett||Music|
|PBDT||818 257-0733||237 East Palm Avenue||Cindy Pease||Dance|
|ETM-LA, Inc. (Education Through Music-Los Angeles)||818-433-7600||2501 W. Burbank Blvd. #305||Victoria Lanier||Dance|
|Deborah Dodge||PO Box 2174||Dance|
|Pedersen's Band & Orchestra||818-848-9665||2618 W. Burbank Blvd.||Nedra Pedersen||Dance|
|Burbank Arts for All Foundation||818-736-5269||348 E. Olive Avenue Suite Dfirstname.lastname@example.org||Multi|
|Enrichment Works||818-780-1400||5605 Woodman Ave., Suite 207||Donna Wood-Babcock||Dance|
|Melodies and Me||818-641-6323||Classes held at Xclusive Dance Studio at 3419 West Burbank Blvd.||Lindsay Owen||Dance|
|LBMS MediaLAB||818-445-6577||3700 W Jeffries Ave||Chris Mitchell||Dance|
|Jordan Cougar Vision||8185584622||420 south mariposa||Peggy Flynn||Dance|
|Liz D Publicity & Promotions||310-433-2581||4400 W Sarah St, #29||Liz Donatelli||Dance|
|EngAGE, Inc.||(818) 398-6761||240 East Verdugo, Suite 100||Cynthia Friedlob||Dance|
|Burbank Senior Artists Colony||(818) 398-6761||240 East Verdugo Ave.||Cynthia Friedlob||Dance|
|Burbank Youth Ballet Company||818-845-8856||2518 W Burbank Blvd||Lisa Sutton||Dance|
|Miserable Brilliance Ensemble||631-383-1348||601 North Whitnall Hwy||Meghan Anne Riley||Dance|
|Creative Talent Network||818 259 1598||3500 W. Olive Ave. #300||Tina Price||Dance|
|Burbank Community Theater||508-254-5304||632 N Whitnall Hwy #204||Julia Swanwick||Dance|
|Marsha Ramos||1545 Victory Blvd||Dance|
|Creative Pulse Co.||7049960651||5645 Case Ave||Nikhil Pai||Dance|
|cynthia miltenberger||1412 N. California St.||Dance|
|Video Symphony||6268313013||266 E. Magnolia Blvd||Dan Murphy||Dance|
|The Strindberg laboratory||2132656313||3743 arbolada rd||Meri Pakarinen||Dance|
|Zetz Klezmer Ensemble||510-333-9492||722 E. Palm Ave. #D||Christin Hablewitz||Dance|
|Academy of Music for the Blind||8187597514||PO Box 444||null|
|AMC Theaters||AMC Entertainment Inc. P.O. Box 725489 Atlanta, GA 31139-9923||Media/Film|
|Bellarmine-Jefferson High School||(818) 972-1400||465 E. Olive Ave.||null|
|Bob Hope Airport||(818) 840 8840||2627 N. Hollywood Way - Burbank, CA 91505||Multi-performance|
|Boys and Girls Club||818.842.9333||2244 N. Buena Vista St. Burbank, CA 91504||Multi-performance|
|Brace Park||818.238.5300||2901 Haven Way, Burbank, CA 91504||Multi-performance|
|Buena Vista Library||818.238.5551||300 N. Buena Vista St. Burbank, CA 91505||Multi-performance|
|Burbank Association of Realtors||818.845.7643||2006 West Magnolia Blvd. Burbank, CA 91506||Multi-performance|
|Burbank Bar and Grill||818.848.9611||112 North San Fernando Boulevard Burbank, CA 91502-1207||Music/poetry|
|Burbank Central Library||818.238.5551||110 N. Glenoaks Blvd. Burbank, CA 91502||Multi-performance|
|Burbank Community Band Inc||323-356-4672||PO Box 1005, Burbank, 91507-1005||null|
|Burbank First United Methodist Church||818.845.1531||00 N Glenoaks Boulevard Burbank, CA 91502||Multi-performance|
|Burbank High School||(818) 558-4700||902 N. Third Street, Burbank,CA 91502||Performing arts|
|Burbank HS Visual Arts||818-558-4746||902 N. Third St. Burbank CA 91502||Visual Arts|
|Burbank International Film Festival||1-818-333-5330/1-818-601-2082||2600 W. Olive Ave. 5th Floor Burbank, Ca 91505||President/Festival Director|
|Burbank Music Academy||(818) 845-7625||4107 West Burbank Boulevard Burbank, CA 91505-2122||Music/poetry|
|Burbank Public Library||818-238-5551||110 N. Glenoaks Blvd.||CATEGORY|
|Burbank School of the Ballet||818-845-8856||2518 W. Burbank Blvd|
|Burbank Town Center (shopping mall)||818.566.8556||201 east magnolia burbank, california 91502||Multi-performance|
|Burbank YMCA||818.845.8551||36 Arthur B. Lord Drive Reading, MA 01867||Multi-performance|
|Burbank Youth Summer Theatre Institute||8187294446||7500 Glenoaks Blvd.||CATEGORY|
|Carriage House Studio||513-824-9213||1043 North Naomi Street||null|
|Castaway Restaurant||818.848.6691||250 East Harvard Road Burbank, CA 91501-1096||Multi-performance|
|Catherine Clay||3239083923||601 E orange Grove Ave||null|
|Collage Artists of America||818 980-8321||11271 Ventura Blvd. #274||null|
|Colony Theatre||818-558-7000||555 North Third Street||CATEGORY|
|Community Services Building||818.238.5300||150 North Third Street P.O. Box 6459 Burbank, California 91510-6459||Multi-performance|
|Courtyard by Marriott||818.843.5500||2100 Empire Avenue||Multi-performance|
|Creative Arts Center||818.238.5397||1100 West Clark Avenue Burbank, California 91506||Multi-performance|
|DeBell Golf Course||818.238.5300||1500 East Walnut Avenue Burbank, CA 91501||Multi-performance|
|Disney Studios||(818) 560-1000||500 South Buena Vista Street Burbank, CA 91521||Multi-performance|
|Emmanuel Church||(818) 843-0900||438 East Harvard Road Burbank, CA 91501-1899||Multi-performance|
|Falcon Theatre||818.955.8101||4252 West Riverside Drive Burbank, CA 91505-4145||Performing arts|
|Garri Dance Studio||818.846.4390||3715 W. Magnolia Blvd, Burbank, CA 91505||Multi-performance|
|Gene Autry Museum||323.667.2000 ext. 252||4700 Western Heritage Way Los Angeles, CA||Multi-performance|
|Grove Theater Center||562.489.6767||1111-b Olive Avenue||CATEGORY|
|Guantadamera||818.846.8500||916 W Burbank Blvd, Burbank, CA 91506||Music/poetry|
|Holiday Inn||818.841.4770||150 E. Angeleno Burbank, CA 91502||Multi-performance|
|J and J PRODUCTIONS||818-846-1635||1210 N. Lima Street||null|
|Jack's American Grill||null||Music/poetry|
|Joanne Weckbacher||3918 W Clark Ave||null|
|John Burroughs High School||(818) 558-4777||920 Clark Avenue, Burbank, CA 91506||Performing arts|
|John Burroughs High School||1920 W. Clark Ave||Art Teacher|
|John Burroughs High School Dramatic Arts Association||8183950525||1920 W. Clark Avenue||null|
|John Burroughs High School Dramatic Association||(818) 558-4777||1920 W Clark Ave||null|
|John Burroughs High school Photo Department||818-558-4777||1920 W Clark Ave.||null|
|John Muir Middle School Drama||818-749-8754||1111 N. Kenneth Rd||null|
|Johnny Carson Park||818.238.5300||400 Bob Hope Drive Burbank CA 91505||Multi-performance|
|Joslyn Adult Center||(818) 238 -5353||1301 West Olive Ave.||null|
|Little White Chapel Christian Church||818.848.8611||711 N. Avon Street, Burbank, California 91505||Multi-performance|
|Los Angeles Equestrian Center||818.840.9063||480 Riverside Dr. Burbank, CA 91506||Multi-performance|
|Martial Arts History Museum||8183551109||2319 W. Magnolia Blvd.||CATEGORY|
|McCambridge Recreation Center||818.238.5300||1515 North Glenoaks Boulevard Burbank, California 91504||Multi-performance|
|Nan Rae Gallery||818-252-5176||7500 Glenoaks Blvd.||CATEGORY|
|NBC Studios||(818) 840-3537 or (818) 840-4444||3000 West Alameda Avenue (at Bob Hope Drive), Burbank, CA||Multi-performance|
|Olive Recreation Center||818.238.5300||1111 West Olive Avenue Burbank, CA 91506||Multi-performance|
|Pickwick Center||818.845.5300||1001 W Riverside Drive Burbank, California 91506||Multi-performance|
|Ramada Inn||818.843.5955||2900 N. San Fernando Blvd., Burbank, CA 91504||Multi-performance|
|Starlight Bowl||818.238.5300||249 Lockheed View Drive Burbank, CA 91505||Performing arts|
|Stough Canyon Nature Center||818.238.5440||2300 Walnut Avenue Burbank, California 91501||Multi-performance|
|The Graciela Burbank||818.842.8887||322 North Pass Avenue Burbank, CA 91505||Multi-performance|
|The Red Chair School of Performing Arts||(818) 842-5500||4111 West Magnolia Boulevard Burbank, CA 91505-2742||Performing arts|
|The Smoke House||818.845.3731||4420 W Lakeside Dr Burbank, CA 91505||Multi-performance|
|The Victory Theatre Center||(310) 7532577||3324 W. Victory Blvd.||null|
|Theatre Banshee||818.846.5323||3435 W Magnolia Blvd Burbank, CA 91505-2910||Performing arts|
|Towns Burr Gallery||818 845 7144||3609 West Magnolia Blvd.||null|
|Verdugo Recreation Center||818.238.5300||3201 West Verdugo Avenue Burbank, California 91505||Multi-performance|
|Victory Theatre Center||818.841.4404||3326 West Victory Blvd, Burbank, CA 91505||Performing arts|
|Warner Bros.||818.954.3000||4000 Warner Blvd. Burbank, CA 91522||Multi-performance|
|Woodbury University||(818) 767-0888||7500 Glenoaks Blvd. Burbank, CA 91510-7846||Multi-performance|
Art in Public Places
The City of Burbank’s Art in Public Places Program was founded on the belief that the visual environment plays an essential role in creating the atmosphere for an enterprise culture and civic confidence, vital to growth and improvement. This program has made it possible for recognized artists to enhance public spaces throughout the City with sculpture, murals, and environs. The art pieces have become emblematic to Burbank’s commitment to the enrichment of the City’s cultural and educational identity.MORE INFO
Gordon Howard Museum
Gordon Howard Museum The Burbank Historical Society created the Gordon R. Howard Museum out of the historical Victorian Mentzer House. The house was built in 1887 and includes several historical displays and artifacts. Gordon R. Howard Museum showcases the local Burbank history and you can look at photographs that show the evolution of Burbank.MORE INFO
Martial Arts History Museum
Come visit this Asian cultural facility that teaches young children about the influence of Asian cultures and traditions through the martial arts.MORE INFO
Autry National Center
The Autry National Center, formed in 2003 by the merger of the Autry Museum of Western Heritage with the Southwest Museum of the American Indian and the Women of the West Museum, is an intercultural history center dedicated to exploring and sharing the stories, experiences, and perceptions of the diverse peoples of the American West. test, test, testMORE INFO
Moon Over Buffalo
Wasatch Theatrical Ventures present MOON OVER BUFFALO In this madcap farce that bowled over Broadway audiences and critics alike, Charlotte and George Hay, a once-famed acting couple, are on tour in Buffalo in 1953 with a repertory consisting of Cyrano de Bergerac (the “revised, one nostril version”) and Noel Coward’s Private Lives. Fate has given these fading stars one more shot at the big time: starring roles in a motion picture epic – if they’re up to it. But here’s the rub! Will George be sober enough to play? Will appear or run off with her agent? Hilarious misunderstandings pile on madcap misadventures in this popular comedy by one of America’s premiere playwrights July 31st to Sept 14th Fri & Sat @ 8 pm; Sun @ 3 pm Grove Theatre Center - Burbank 1111-B West Olive Ave Burbank, CA 91506 For reservations call (323)960-7721buy tickets
CLASSES AND CAMPS
Folklorico LEARN MORE
of the Ballet READ MORE
Artistic expression through dance can take many forms and styles -- not every student will become a classical ballerina. As students at BSB develop a solid foundation of technique through their ballet training, we encourage our students to broaden their vocabulary of dance movement & skills by studying additional dance styles. For this reason, BSBs class offerings are diverse. We also look forward to offering Master Classes throughout the year that will give students an opportunity to explore other cultures and styles of dance. www.burbankballet.com
Dance Studio READ MORE
Garri Dance Studio offers dance and music classes for adults and kids ages toddler and up, with options that include tap, ballet, jazz, hip hop, musical theater, and more. The first class is always free, by appointment.
Music Academy READ MORE
Burbank Music Academy offers lessons, classes, programs, events, bands, and retail sales. BMA musicians frequently participate in philanthropic endeavors performing throughout the community to raise funds for those in need. BMA's mission is to expand the number of young people who are exposed to a music education, to develop the talent, ability and character of young artists and to support community efforts to return arts education to our schools. www.burbankmusicacademy.com
Music READ MORE
Music instruction for ages 5 and up in piano, voice and music theory. We offer training in all styles. With over 18 years of music teaching experience and 30 years of professional performance experience our purpose is to create happy, successful and self assured music students who have a sense of purpose, high self-esteem in their skill set, establish achievable goals that lead to succeed. The Hollis Music studio is located at 2221 West Olive Street, Suites L&M, Burbank CA 91506. For more information contact email@example.com or by phone 847-867-4305.
Media LEARN MORE
University - School of Media Culture and Design READ MORE
The School of Media, Culture & Design seeks to educate the next generation of creative professionals. Our mix of majors covers almost every facet of contemporary culture and are fully accredited by WASC and NASAD. We offer undergraduate degrees in Animation, Communication, Fashion Design, Filmmaking, Game Art & Design, Graphic Design, Media Technology, and Psychology.
The Burbank Youth Summer Theatre Institute is a summer Shakespeare theatrical summer camp open to all comers in ages 9 and up. This program offers participants workshops led by professional theatrical teaching artists on the campus of Woodbury University. The BYSTI players perform, design all costumes, sets, and props, and learn staging stills like sound effects, sword play, and movement. Please visit our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/#!/groups/83408542660/ or contact PeggyFlynn@burbankusd.org for our most current information!
Under the direction of Darrell and Jenny Bishop, ShowCamp is a nonprofit organization that offers year round performing arts education and production with musical performances at The Alex Theatre, The Colony Theatre, Burbank High School, and throughout the community.
Arts Center READ MORE
Nestled in George Izay Park at 1100 West Clark Avenue, this section of the City of Burbank Park, Recreation, and Community Services Department, boasts an Art Gallery free to the public that rotates shows every month. For upcoming shows please view http://www.ci.burbank.ca.us/index.aspx?page=792 The Creative Arts Center also offers Art Classes through Burbank's Recreation Guide in areas ranging from Collage, Drawing and Sketching, Jewelry Making, Painting (in all mediums), Pottery( with it's own Pottery Studio and kilns), and Weaving to name a few. In addition, they offer specialty workshops four times a year that vary from Calligraphy to Papermaking. Dance, Music and Theatrical Classes are also run by this center held at the nearby Olive Recreation Building and the Little Theater. Please check out the upcoming classes at the Registration Website www.burbankparks.com or http://www.ci.burbank.ca.us/index.aspx?page=258
Designory MUD READ MORE
Make-Up Designory (MUD) was founded over a decade ago by accomplished professional make-up artisans. Today we immerse students in the fundamentals of make-up artistry for the entertainment, fashion, and retail cosmetics industries at bi-coastal campuses in Los Angeles and New York. Our state-licensed instructors have years of professional expertise in their respective fields of film, television and fashion. They can train you in a variety of subjects and help you discover your own unique style. www.mud.edu/School-Site-2010
Woodbury's Art of Architecture program is designed for children and teens ages 8 to 17 with classes taught by architects and designers at Woodbury University School of Architecture. Taught as an art-based class, students are introduced to the vocabulary, structure, and process of an architecture studio. Engaging and inventive, the classes are hands-on with model building, drawing and creative thinking. Students design buildings and neighborhoods while developing their ability to critically assess their built environment. Please contact Mauro.Diaz@woodbury.edu for more information.
Experiences LEARN MORE
Visual and Performing Arts Camp for kids 5-11 years. Artists will enjoy a variety of visual and performing arts activities designed to enrich, excite and inspire.
Club LEARN MORE
The Creative Arts program includes art, dance and drama. Art that is created is inspired by famous artists and their styles, multicultures and a wide variety of materials. Dance classes include a blending of contemporary styles. Acting classes include games, improv and scene study. All classes meet throughout the school year and culminate in an art gallery and in performances at our annual Arts Showcase in May.
Burbank Park, Recreation and Community Services Department LEARN MORE
The City of Burbank, Park, Recreation and Community Services Department offers a variety of classes in art, dance and music for children ages 3 months to 17 years. Please visit the website link for more infomation on these fun and exciting classes.
Senior Center READ MORE
The Tuttle Center provides recreation, education, fitness, and cultural arts opportunities for those age 55 and over.
Adult Center LEARN MORE
The City of Burbank Park, Recreation, and Community Services Division manages Burbank's Retired & Senior Volunteer Program (Burbank RSVP). RSVP operates Joslyn Adult Center, an adult services center for people who are 55 and older. Joslyn is a place for adults to be active in the community and receive support from other adults 55+ and professionals. Joslyn organizes day trips, senior activities, social events, and volunteer opportunities to keep Burbank senior citizens active and involved in the community. Click the link below for a calendar of activities including visual and performing arts offered through the Joslyn Center.
School of the
Performing Arts READ MORE
The Red Chair School is unique as they offer high quality Dance AND Theatre classes for children 18 months thru adults. Whether you are looking for an introductory dance class for your 4-year-old, a pre-professional ballet class or an acting class to assist with auditions, you will find it here at the Red Chair School. www.theredchairschool.com
Dance Theatre READ MORE
As the leading theatrical ballet company serving metropolitan Los Angeles, Pacific Ballet Dance Theatre performs captivating ballet presentations and offers engaging educational programs that nurture talent, artistic creativity and spirit while inspiring meaningful communication, interaction, and participation within our diverse community.
- Los Angeles LEARN MORE
Education Through Music-Los Angeles is distinguished in providing a model in-school music education programs that offer weekly music instruction, yearlong, that is sequential and comprehensive and provided to every child in the school, top-notch teaching artist training and professional development, integration of music with other skills and subjects across the curriculum, strong partnerships and principal and school guidance to sustain long-term sustainable programs, and ongoing assessment and evaluation. In addition, ETM-LA offers PD and consulting services to other organizations and schools both locally and across the country to help improve music education in their own communities. Our program is based on the successful ETM® model which began in 1991 in New York City.
National Center READ MORE
In addition to ongoing and special exhibitions, the Autry continues to provide a wide range of programs, special activities, and events designed for a variety of interests and all ages. The Education Department is dedicated to enriching the experience of all visitors through thoughtful, entertaining, and engaging classes, programs, and activities. Education staff and volunteers connect with more than 30,000 visitors every year, many of them students from LAUSD and the surrounding school districts.
The Burbank Art Association has been encouraging creativity and serving the community since 1950. It holds monthly meetings and all are welcome! The Burbank Art Association encourages artists of all skill levels. Meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each month, except July & August. The meetings are held at 7pm until 9ish at 301 E. Olive Avenue, Room 102, Burbank. Park and enter room 102 from the rear of the building.
Arts for All Foundation READ MORE
The Burbank Arts for All Foundation’s mission is to ensure every student in Burbank public schools has access to a quality visual and performing arts education as part of their core curriculum. Through our two annual grant making cycles and community building efforts, we support arts education programming for the over 15,000 children in the Burbank Unified School District (BUSD). The results of our work are seen in the classrooms, art presentations and performances at BUSD’s schools. Since our founding in 2006, the Foundation has awarded more than $120,000 in grant funds supporting a wide variety of dance, theatre, music and art productions or projects, artist in residency programs, arts integration programs, professional development for teachers, sound system upgrades and strategic planning for Burbank Unified School District’s Arts for All plan. Your donation to the Burbank Arts for All Foundation, ensures these vital visual and performing arts programs can continue to flourish and grow in our schools - - making a difference in the lives of every Burbank student and our community. www.burbankartsforall.org.
Unified Arts for All LEARN MORE
The Burbank Unified School District is committed to providing our K-12 students equal access to a quality, standards based visual and performing arts education. Through strategic planning, professional development, community and corporate partnerships, grant writing, and fund raising we are building and sustaining programs for our students despite budget challenges. For more information or to make a donation please contact Peggy Flynn, Visual and Performing Arts Coordinator at PeggyFlynn@burbankusd.org or 818-729-4446.
K-12 SCHOOL PROGRAMS
Dance READ MORE
The Burbank High School Dance Program currently has three levels of instruction - Dance 1, Dance 2, and Dance 3. Dance 1 is an introduction class for beginning dancers. Dance 2 is for intermediate/advanced dancers, and Dance 3 is for the Burbank High School Dance Team, Unleashed. Styles of dance covered in the program include, but are not limited to: Jazz, Ballet, Lyrical, Modern, Hip Hop, Contemporary, Social, World, Cultural, and Tap Dance. Students in the dance program are not only exposed to these styles of dance, but they are given the opportunity to perform in an annual dance concert in the BHS auditorium. This concert is open to friends, family, the school community, and the community of Burbank.
Dance LEARN MORE
High School Vocal Music LEARN MORE
Band LEARN MORE
Instrumental Program LEARN MORE
The John Burroughs High School Instrumental Music Program aims to provide outstanding music education through the exploration of instrumental music performance in all of it's genres. Upon graduation, students will be prepared to study music at the college level, become an avocational musician, and enjoy a lifetime of appreciation of all forms of music. The music program provides 4 main groups: Wind Ensemble, Symphonic Band, Concert Band and Jazz Ensemble. Additional groups include, Chamber Ensembles, Honor Groups, Drum Line, Marching Band and Auxiliary. All groups are supported in combination by the Burbank Unified School District and the Instrumental Music Association.
School Vocal Music LEARN MORE
High School Photography and Video Production LEARN MORE
The Video Production Department at Burbank High Schools offers a wide range of opportunities for students. The all digital environment prepares all students for success in the commercial world of film, television and multimedia. Learning advanced camera techniques for quality productions is the first step in professional development that all children utilize before editing process begins with Adobe Premiere. Moreover, the inclusion of music and sound effects create the realistic environments that make for quality video productions. Upon completion of filming and editing students can enhance production with the application of special effects and compositing using green screen technology using Adobe After Effects. Students are encouraged to enter film festivals across the country and many BHS video production students have gone on to continued learning at public and private institutions for film production and are currently employed at small and large production studios.
Department LEARN MORE
Visual Arts LEARN MORE
Visual Arts LEARN MORE
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Providence High School’s award winning Visual and Performing Arts Department. Led by an experienced and devoted faculty pursuant to a dynamic curriculum, our Arts programming offers students the opportunity to develop self-discipline, integrity and dedication. It is our belief that an education that includes the arts not only promotes academic acceleration, but also helps to create more active, passionate and evolved human beings.
Burbank Youth Summer Theater InstituteThe program provides friendly, educational, and community oriented environment for students to learn more about the world of performing arts while enjoying the experience of being on a university campus right here in Burbank!
Woodbury Initial Credit Summer SchoolThis progam offers students a variety of subjects including Spanish II and Spanish III, Geometry, Algebra I and II, US History, and World History.
Woodbury University Free WorkshopsCourses include Intro to Graphic Design, Intro to Fashion Design, Intro to Animation, Intro to Film, Intro to Public Speaking, and Intro to Psychology.
Woodbury Art of ArchitectureTaught as an art-based class, students are introduced to the vocabulary, structure, and proces or an architecture studio. Engaging and inventive, the classes are hands-on with model building, drawing, and creative thinking.
The public has an appetite for anything about imagination- anything that is as far away from reality as is creatively possible
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City of Burbank
An Arts Destination Extraordinaire!
Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere. Albert Einstein
The Media Capital of the World, Burbank is now a cultural arts destination for all ages. With inspiration from the Los Angeles County Arts Commission, forward thinking community leaders committed to designing a Cultural Arts Plan to ensure quality art experiences and venues for every generation. Its mission, To focus, develop and amplify the diverse and vibrant arts community that enriches lives!
The Cultural Arts Commission develops strategies to ensure that the arts are a unifying force in Burbank's urban planning initiatives in this creative economy and to build upon Burbank's commitment to the arts education community. The Commission is dedicated to stimulating local cultural arts awareness and event participation and to explore creative, leading edge arts concepts.
The burbank cultural arts commission
Embracing a fresh approach to forming new partnerships representing all genres of the arts, Burbank's Cultural Arts Commission will support Burbank's arts community and provide exposure and further expansion of that community.
The Burbank Cultural Arts Commission meets the 2nd Thursday of every month at 9:00 am at the Community Services Building, 150 North Third Street , Room 104. For more information or to see what is next on the agenda please click here
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