KUWAIT: Within its social responsibilities and out of its keenness on providing youth with opportunities to fruitfully make use of their free time during the current curfew, LOYAC's Academy for Performance Arts (LAPA) resumed its LAPA Talent Club workshops for children online as an alternative to traditional learning.

LAPA's new creative online lessons will be interactive ones prepared in collaboration with local and international trainers using enjoyable applications that help students assimilate information in a better way.

The lessons include training courses on playing several musical instruments and singing supervised by maestro Yousif Bara, the head of the music department, Nisreen Nasser and a group of professional local and international musicians. The music department also provides the 'Family singing program' for all family members.

The club also provides dancing and performance lessons by trainers, Mohammed Al-Eidan, Teni Matyan, Zoki, Sanslas Kumar and Anna Muskiza. In addition, the club provides formative arts course supervised by formative artist, Amira Bahbehani as well as drama and acting lessons supervised by Sara Attallah.

In this regard, LOYAC's chairperson Fare'a Al-Saqqaf said that the aim of those online workshops is to help children utilize their time fruitfully during the current curfew. Saqqaf added that further online programs would soon be launched for youth as the curfew hours are times ought to be utilized in communicating with children and youth in new manners to help them develop their skills.