Come. Sit. Play!
Building on the success of Let’s Play! and the imaginative world of PAW Patrol, join Teaching Artist Kyle Jozsa as he acts as Ryder, leading the students on plenty of fur-filled adventures. Using theatrical concepts (such as: movement, voice, imagination, costumes, props) students will work together to solve different problems. The PAWsibilities are endless!! Designed for children ages 2.5 – 5, the class incorporates songs, stories and activities that use imaginative play as a foundation for learning. Parents are encouraged to attend and participate. Wandering Aesthetics uses a play-based approach to teach, guiding students to learn through imagination, movement and experimentation.
This is NOT a performance-based class, but there will be ample opportunities for photos.
Let’s Play! PAW Patrol
(2.5 – 5 Years)
Drop-in: $15/Individual Class
Entire Summer Session: $75
Thursday @ 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM (7/7 – 7/28)
Classes held at the Akron Center For Art Music & Performance • 118 W. Market St. • Akron, OH 44303
For more information, interested parties may contact Director of Education Kyle Jozsa via phone at 330.612.3090, email [email protected] or by visiting www.watheatre.com/registration. Payments for classes can be made online or made out to Wandering Aesthetics and sent to:
377 W. Exchange St. • Akron, OH 44302 (Please include a telephone number with payment.)
Parents and students continue to rave about working with Jozsa:
“If you live in the Akron area and have a kid who is interested in creative pursuits, I highly recommend you check it out…Iliana has done two of Kyle’s classes so far and it has done a lot for her self confidence, creativity, and general awesomeness.” – Andy Hopp, Illustrator
“Kyle is amazing with the kids.” – Tracey Thomas Shepard, Owner of the Akron Center for Art Music & Performance (ACAMP)
Recently named one of the 2016 Akron Arts Alive! Award Winners for Outstanding Artist in Theater, Kyle Jozsa is the primary Storyteller and Director of Education with Wandering Aesthetics. He began his teaching career in 2010 with Weathervane Playhouse. Since that time, Jozsa has worked full-time as a preschool teacher, developed curriculum for traditional and non-traditional classes alike, and led workshops for students of all age groups throughout Northeast Ohio – working with organizations such as City Sprouts, Cleveland School of the Arts – Lower Campus, Countryside Conservancy, Crown Point, Firestone High School, The Goddard School, TACA, TransOhio and many more. He currently works as a Teaching Artist for HBTI, The Artful Living Program out of Stark County and as a part-time Instructor at Gymboree in Strongsville. Along with other local artists, Jozsa is working to bring a play-based enrichment program to the Akron area, while simultaneously building the Wandering Aesthetics Department of Education from the ground up.
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