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Raising Hull kicks off over Spring Break with Arts Camp for Kids! The Hullion Foundation for the Arts

*Raising Hull kicks off over Spring Break with Arts Camp for Kids! The Hullion Foundation for the Arts*

*Aiming to inspire our youth and foster creativity in the newest Artist*

Entertainment industry professionals Ange and Rob Alex moved to Hull in September 2012 and launched a youth Arts program when others said it couldn’t be done. Ange Alex brings 20+ years of acting, improv, modeling, on camera and more. Rob Alex brings 30+ years in music, recording and design. Both Ange and Rob have successful promoted the Arts through their popular entertainment magazine, /The Backstage Beat./

This new Arts program launches in Hull, MA to inspire the children, increase the community business and transform the town.

There is no denying the impact the Arts have on a town and students. So why is it so hard to find programs that children can get involved in that don’t cost an arm and a leg?

The Hullion Foundation for the Arts was born out of necessity and raised on creativity. It is a place for kids to find their voices as artist and express themselves as individuals.
The goal is to raise middle school and high school confidence and to allow these creative minds to understand that the mark they leave on their community and the world needs to be a good one.
They /can/ control where their life goes. They have the power inside them to be all they were created to be.
Finding their gifts in the arts will allow them to take responsibility for their own lives and their community.
They will accept nothing less than their best and we will aim to inspire them to always do what is right, not just because someone is watching.
Community service will be mandatory as adults see these kids taking an active role in their community, they too will be inspired.

The Foundation is striving to provide these services to kids free of charge, with the support of the community.The program is funded through donations and membership card purchases. Purchasing a card allows cardholders to receive a wide range of discounts around town. For more information on how to donate or purchasing a membership card, visit www.thehullion.org/member

As a way of launching the program and getting the town and kids going on these big ideas, they are having a Spring Break Hullion Camp.

They want to make this feel like a group setting and a place to belong for these emerging Artists, so we will do everything as a group that week.

Starting on Monday, April 15th and going through Friday, April 19th from 1 p.m. – 4 p.m., they will be meeting and achieving some great goals.


   Goals for the program are as follows:

 * To work together as a group for upcoming projects

 * To begin to function as a group and feel comfortable (Getting to
   know you time)

 * Raise self esteem through numerous activities

 * Photo shoot (For those comfortable – model releases must be filled
   out and signed by parents and parents are invited to attend the
   photo shoot)

 * Demo song recorded with everyone having a part

 * Mini magazine – layout, editing, stories, photos, deadlines

 * Art – working on painting – Abstract Art

 * Photography – Photo essay completed “Through These Eyes”

 * Group video filmed on the beach – “Soak up the Sun”

 * Comedy Improv sessions, like “Whose Line is it Anyway”

They will be talking about ideas, goals and interests and learning about these things.

*On *Friday* April 19^th they will wrap it all up with a big party to celebrate their successful launch and to meet the family, friends and town supporters. They will feature the artwork, photos, magazine layout and more that was completed. They will also have some great guest speakers including Johnny Earle from Johnny Cupcakes, also a special SKYPE session with notable entertainers and industry professionals. Raffles for great prizes like Kevin James tickets, Boston Children’s Theatre tickets, and loads more! Desserts available and Cash Bar. Tickets are $8 and there are only 175 available.

What: Raising Hull Spring Break Bash
When: April 19, 2013 – 7 p.m. ET

Where: Nantasket Beach Resort – 45 Hull Shore Drive, Hull MA 02045 – Nantasket Ballroom

Phone: 617-657-HULL or 781-925-4500 Nantasket Beach Resort

URLS: www.TheHullion,org/RaisingHullBash <http://www.thehullion,org/RaisingHullBash>

About The Hullion Foundation for the Arts:

The Hullion Foundation for the Arts' mission is simple. To provide an outlet for kids to find their voice and let it be heard. To find their talents and let them be seen. Our goal is to transform this town through the arts. Through inspiration we will raise Hull.
We are Hullions, raising our community to a higher level.

*They are filming a documentary about this program, from start to a full year later as you can then watch the transformation of these kids and the town itself. It is entitled “Raising Hull” Filming for this documentary will be taking place during the camp and the party on April 19th

Comments

  1. Thanks for sharing this information! I have been looking into going to some boston arts and entertainment! Can you tell me where I might be able to find more events going on? It really sounds interesting! I love your web page as well!

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  2. It's nice to see a blog dedicated to Boston arts and entertainment to find out about jazz shows and films! Thanks.

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