DiTA Creative Arts Fall Classes
DiTA will be hosting Creative Arts Classes and Camps in the Atasocita/Humble area for Home School and After School students. Our fall schedule will include classes in Music, Dance,Theater and Creative Writing. To see more information on classes and descriptions click on the Registration Post It Note.
in The ARTS
Diversity In The ARTS is a performing arts culture, whose mission is to make a positive impact in the lives of youth by providing artistic enrichment programs that will help cultivate confidence and character through creative expression.
We promote a community of growth and believe that all youth should have an opportunity and outlet to express themselves. Our goal is to empower them to discover the creative ability within and to provide an environment that encourages positive communication and effective articulation.
IN SCHOOL AND AFTER SCHOOL ARTISTIC PROGRAMS
DiTA is dedicated to supporting our educational systems and extending the knowledge base of our children. We provide onsite after-school programs that will expand artistic training for students or give them an opportunity to explore other art interest through our workshops and intensive trainings.
SUMMER MINI ARTISTIC CAMPS AND INTENSIVES
DiTA also partners with youth community centers, daycares, churches as well as other youth theater programs in providing onsite Spring/Summer camps, workshops, and intensive training.
DiTA sponsors free community concerts and productions throughout the year to promote messages of love, hope, and unity through artistic expression.
"Thank you for bringing this type of camp to the east side of town. Jerryn enjoyed every moment, there wasn't a day she didn't come home excited to tell me about her day."
The Wilson Family
"Our goddaughter, Mariah attended the 2018 DiTA camp. She had a blast! We were in awe to see so many hidden talents in Mariah come to LIFE during the DiTA summer camp finale! It was well worth the investment we made in Mariah and the DiTA team made it well worth the experience!"
Trina & Lloyd
Christene Archie's career in the performing arts arena spans over 30 years. Prior to founding DiTA, she worked professionally as the Music Director, Vocal Director, Music and Arts Director, as well as Music and Technical Director for various community organizations and theater groups. Christene studied technique and theory in college, receiving a Bachelor's Degree from Lamar University. After graduation, she worked for several Fortune 500 companies in various industries, only to find her way back to her true passions: art and service. She is a songwriter, playwright, certified counselor and an educator. DiTA was formed to give young people the opportunity and platform to discover their artistic identity by building both confidence and character through creativity.
Not only can giving financially to Diversity in the ARTS help expose a deserving child to the arts, it can also qualify as a tax deduction. Your contribution helps support your summer creative arts campers whose families qualify for support.