A non-profit charitable 501(c)3 organization, the Brockington Arts Institute, focuses on ways to support the “whole” performer, including physical, mental, spiritual, and emotional health, while introducing them to various styles of performing arts such as dance, music, theater, vocal, and creative writing.

At B-Arts, we're not just a school—we're a family.

We believe in nurturing the artist, not just the artistic gifts. With the assistance of wise counsel, performers will have a greater knowledge of available resources and career opportunities. Trainings and workshops encourage artists to explore their emotions, expand their imagination, and help them develop emotionally, spiritually, and physically.

Our goal is to make sure our students are prepared for whatever comes next in their journey as actors or singers—whether that's on stage or off!


Dancers will receive professional training and instruction in an environment that focuses on maintaining physical, mental, and emotional health.


Performers interested in musical instruments will have plenty of resources at their fingertips to learn how to play an instrument, read, write, and record music.


Performers interested in theater are exposed to every aspect of theater, from acting , to set building, to writing and directing.


Performers interested in vocal are granted professional instruction in a variety of styles with ability to write and record music.

Creative Writing

Creative Writing offers the opportunity to develop skills in poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, playwriting, nature writing, and writing for children.


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The Brockington Arts Institute is a non-profit charitable 501(c)3 organization. Please consider donating to our organization.



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