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FAQs

Games and Activities

What kinds of activities does the CHQ leader facilitate?

Our curriculum is personalized and varies depending on our clients. We can coach young actors or create activities that expand general arts awareness.  We might giggle our way through an improv or charades, we might engage in an art-making activity, explore how music makes us feel, or learn about famous composers, we may focus on character development and scene work, or read a poem adding movement or rhythm to enhance the story. We might even write our own stories!

What if my child doesn’t like or want to perform?

The world of art and art-makers needs patrons! Learning about and appreciating the arts ensures grateful audiences for musicians, visual artists, dancers, and other creators. CHQ isn’t all about performance, just as creativity isn’t limited to art. Becoming comfortable speaking to and in front of others is a valuable life skill. Children benefit from opportunities for creative expression. CHQ offers a safe environment for kids to gain experience and challenge their own limitations.

Meetings

How do you schedule sessions?

We will agree on a weekly in-person or virtual schedule based on your availability. Sessions can be booked as private or small group classes. Contact us to discuss your needs. In-person session locations will be determined on a case-by-case basis.

Do parents have to be present?

If we meet online cameras are required to be on so we can see each other and encourage active engagement and participation. Parents do not need to participate (though they are welcome to!), but a parent or guardian must be in the home at all times.

Do you accept requests for semi-private groups and custom workshops?

Absolutely! Please send us an email and let’s talk!

Who Is CHQ For?

What if my child hasn’t been exposed to arts — will they feel out of place? What if my child already loves all things related to the arts, will they be bored?

CHQ is designed to be a place where everyone belongs. Creativity is a skill we can develop, and it isn’t limited to artists. All young people benefit from understanding more about how art is expressed in our world and its many forms. Some will discover an interest in one particular area, others will enjoy the freedom to explore a variety of mediums. Everyone will learn just how often we see examples of creativity, from technological innovation to beautiful music to day-to-day solutions that simply require a new way of looking at a problem.

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