Learn about our arts education programs including classes in acting, voice and speech, Studio Lab Project, on camera commercial audition, our career development program – the Alliance of Creative Talent Services (ACTS), Theatre for Youth which includes our touring production and Partners in Education and Arts Collaboration or PEAC, our artist in residence program and the David Henry Hwang Writers Institute which is the nation’s most active Asian Pacific American Playwright development program.

Our instructors will be on hand to talk about their classes and to answer any questions you may have. It’s a great way to be informed and to decide whether or not certain classes are for you.

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about EWP’s outstanding educational programs which are dedicated to providing a nurturing space and an environment where one can challenge oneself and explore without distractions.

When: August 23, 2012, @ 7pm-8:30pm
Location: Japanese American National Museum in the Neiro Education Room
Located at 100 North Central Avenue | Los Angeles CA 90012

RSVP to Arts Education Director Marilyn Tokuda at with “Subject Line: Arts Education Orientation”