Infinity Visual & Performing Arts Goes Digital

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Infinity logoInfinity Visual and Performing Arts, Inc. remains dedicated to providing music and arts instruction to Chautauqua area students through COVID-19 shutdowns by providing digital lesson opportunities to all who would like to learn!

Infinity has successfully transitioned more than 200 registered students to online learning experiences through the dedicated help of their staff and more than 40 instructor mentors who are focused on keeping our community learning. Infinity is now accepting new students on a rolling enrollment basis for digital music, art, dance, and theater lesson opportunities.

Infinity Executive Director, Shane Hawkins, says, “Safely keeping students learning and instructors teaching was our primary focus when we decided to transition to online learning opportunities. We recognize that this is a difficult time for many in our community, and we wanted to provide a small piece of normalcy and routine for our students; even if that has to happen online. Having a creative outlet and connection to mentors is more important than ever right now.”

Students may register online at www.infinityperformingarts.org/register at any time, and will be contacted by an Infinity staff member within 72 business hours of completing a form to be scheduled with an instructor. New adult students may also enroll online at any time.
Infinity is also offering a free trial lesson option to all students who would like to explore music and the arts and see if Infinity is the right fit for them! Simply visit Infinity’s Facebook or Website for a link to request a free trial experience.

Our instructors are excited to continue working with new students, and look forward to the day when the Infinity Center doors can open again!

Infinity is currently offering both temporary and long-term scholarship options to help defray membership costs and keep learning experiences possible for all who wish to participate. We strongly encourage anyone needing short-term or long-term financial assistance to apply, including those who have recently been affected by temporary COVID-19 job closures.

Additionally, Infinity’s instructors have created a number of short tutorials and learning experiences at no cost to the community via our “Community Arts Education Series” which can be found on YouTube and Facebook, and is funded in part by the New York State Council on the Arts.

For more information, contact the Infinity Center via email at info@infinityperformingarts.org. All Infinity staff and instructors are currently working remotely but are able to answer all questions and help you enroll!