We believe that young people need to access their passion for creativity
In their daily lives, students express their ability to perform well not only onstage, but in exams, extra-curricular activities, the workplace and in society.
Healthy Kid Program (learn more)
We are also committed to targeting the epidemic of childhood obesity by offering dance therapy and activities that enable kids to overcome weight issues.
Special Arts Program (learn more)
We have opportunities for kids with special needs, such as our "Special Arts Program," where students learn to collaborate and support one another through artistic expression.
...from our parents:
I just wanted to tell you that, once again, Lucy got SO much out of your program. It's amazing -- she comes home so full of energy . . . and wakes up the same way! She just loves it so much!! We wish she could could stay for the final week and be part of the performance, but at least she had two fantastic weeks in this awesome program.
Thank you sooo much for a wonderful experience for our daughter Raya. She absolutely loved TTP- and really grew as an artist, dancer and young lady.
Thank you for a wonderful program.
Amazing program!!! highly recommend it!!!
Thanks to the amazing staff of TTP- I would recommend this program to anyone who loves to perform! Ali got so much out of it.
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The Tyler Project is designed to help develop the skills of young people through the Arts and Humanities by using dance, music, visual art, drama and literature. Raising aspirations and equipping youth with tools for a successful future is a major focus of The Tyler Project. We are committed to providing education for those who otherwise have limited access to studying the arts or to interact with working artists, (such as At Risk Youth and those who are financially challenged.) We feature a program that fosters innovative, long-term partnerships between schools and creative professionals, including artists, performers, multi-media developers and scholars.
Creative Partnerships for The Arts and Humanities
A 501c (3), Non-Profit
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