Creative Impressions. Photo courtesy Facebook.
Creative Impressions. Photo courtesy Facebook.

Creative Impressions summer academy set for July

Youth performance organization, Creative Impressions, is set to host its annual Summer Creative Arts Academy from July 10-21 at Tabernacle Baptist Church. The Summer Creative Arts Academy is an
immersive arts summer program for students between the ages of 11-18 in the Greater
Augusta Area.

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“The SCAA is an excellent way for children and teens to explore their creativity, make
new friends, and have a fun and memorable summer experience,” said Shanita Newton,
Creative Impressions President/Alumna.

Founded in 1996, Creative Impressions continues its mission to empower youth through quality choral,
civic and cultural experiences. This organization also encourages, educates and empowers youth to become holistic adults, art ambassadors and advocates in the community.

Students will get the opportunity to grow their artistic skills through music theory, dance,
vocal performance, history, and much more. The SCAA will be led by Artistic Director, Trey McLaughlin, a world-renowned artist and clinician – who is also an alumnus of the organization.

For more information on registration and Creative Impressions as an organization,

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