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Mission Statement

To consciously, consistently and constantly cultivate, educate, explore, expose and invest in our young adults and adults of our inner-cities. To offer an effective, healthy, constructive and productive association and socialization outlet. To raise their representation in programs for the gifted and talented, post-secondary education and in the arena of "gifted artist." To develop technically skilled, artistically sophisticated, intelligent artists, to name a few...

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SOMEBODAE (pronounced Some-bod-day) School of the Arts (SSA or SoArts), a non profit, scholarship base (tuition free) Performing and Visual Arts School, open to young adults and adults ages 14 and up of our inner-cities across the U.S., with none to advance level training in the performing and visual arts. The program embodies a traditional Visual and Performing Arts curriculum with multicultural and experimental arts courses. The core curriculum consist of Theatre, Music, Dance and Art/ Visual Arts courses with additional none core curriculum classes, workshops, master classes and a Interdisciplinary Performing Conservatory/ Company where students will have the opportunity to perform works within the community, county, statewide and U.S.

In addition to preparing students for advanced study at the college level and professional careers, students in the program learn the value and power of self-worth, personal discipline, innovative thinking, collaborative exploration, dedication, creativity, confidence, problem solving skills, perseverance, focus, communication, accountability and how artists are true instruments for powerful artistic expression.

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