The New Jersey Workshop for the Arts
There are about a gazillion studies out there that show the benefits of music and the arts for ALL ages . . . building and extending brain power, expanding creativity, supplying a venue forexpression, confidence building . . . . the list goes on and on. Perhaps the best benefit of all is the feeling of achievement, and the fun it brings to participants. The goal statement of the New Jersey Workshop for the Arts (NJWA), is “to enrich lives by providing opportunities to develop creative talents and encourage a greater appreciation of the arts through both instruction and performance.”
The New Jersey Workshop for the Arts, located at 150-152 East broad Street in Westfield, is a non-profit arts organization, offering anyone who wishes to do so an opportunity to explore their personal creativity through instruction and performance. The NJWA was founded in 1972, by current executive director Theodore K. Schlosberg. Since then, the organization has been dedicated to giving people of all ages . . . . children, adults, senior citizens, . . . . an opportunity to participate in the arts and explore its merits with instruction and performance venues. The faculty is composed of professional artists, musicians, instructors, and highly acclaimed educators, who work individually with students to find their unique talents and nuances.
There are a myriad of programs and courses offering, in both the instrumental and vocal fields. There is truly something offered for everyone. For more information on programs available, visit their website at NJ Workshop For The Arts
Their motto says it all . . . . “New Jersey Workshop for the Arts . . . where talent develops and creativity thrives.”