Welcome to Arts in Snellville with Lonnie and Alisa Boykin. We are the facilitators of Time2Inspire School of Arts in Snellville, Georgia, where we provide services in the performing arts of: Vocals, Dance, Music Production, Acting and Artist Development.
This weekend was a busy one. Thursday evening started off with auditions cast by our Dance Director Rob Myers, who is choreographing a music video for recording artist “Yewande”. The auditions were tough but those that endured to the end with precision and direction were cast for the parts. We are proud to say that several of our talented youth will be featured in the making of a national music video this Saturday in Yewande’s new hit single called “War”.
After casting there was a rehearsal at Spelman College last night with recording artist Yewande and a few of our dancers with other professional dancers for the video. The rehearsal was spectacular as Rob Myers directed the very technical steps for dance routines.
We are proud to say that among these dancers was our 10 year old daughter Kylan Boykin. She was the youngest in the rehearsal and danced with precision and grace.
This was especially an accomplishment to see Kylan receive such an opportunity. She represents young girls everywhere who dream of dancing professionally. How many girls think about growing up, going to a college for the arts, and then working as a professional dancer? There are too many to count and that is why we are excited about her living her dream so that she can inspire others. She is destined to be a child prodigy and we are with her all the way.
As well as some of our other girls, this weekend Anale, Nytere and Alona graced the stage of the Apparel Mart in AmericasMart in downtown Atlanta. The Americas Mart is the heart of Atlanta’s fashion industry where there are numerous showrooms that feature fashion apparel and other exclusive merchandise for distributers and buyers across the county.
On Friday and Saturday our three starlets were booked for a children’s runway show. They modeled several designers’ Spring 2013 collection clothing on the catwalk and the audience of buyers loved them. All of the children in the show were absolutely wonderful.
So as you can see our household and our extended family of performers at the school of arts are very busy. We are continuing to have performing opportunities come to us and we are moving forward to some great business ventures.
So join us at Time2Inspire and become a part of our movement for change and advancement. Support Arts4ACause by signing up your child to pursue their dreams.
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