ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – February is the beginning of a whole new world for teens who are not interested in traditional after school programs.
This is a program that encourages youth to engage in community service and learn a wide ranges skills while challenging kids to take risks and begin thinking and acting as creative entrepreneurs. Credits will be earned though community services giving students the chance to go on trips.
Warehouse 508, located downtown, is the only teen art and entertainment center introducing classes that may seem like a local Julliard with flair.
Rock-star, fashion, DJ 101, break dance, mural arts, screen printing, music video production, hacker school, action sports photography and digital art are just a few of the non-traditional after school programs available.
Projects are implemented throughout the program are concerts, poetry slams, and a wide range of workshops and events.
Classes begin Feb.2. Click here to register.
For more information, visit their website.