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Experienced trapeze artist Ray Pierce began his circus training on the tightrope in 1976. More than 30 years later, he and his highly trained staff at his company, Hollywood Aerial Arts, devote their time to every aspect of the art form, from choreographing their own aerial acts to designing custom rigs to teaching the next generation of artists how to maneuver through the air. They reference their collective backgrounds in the circus, Pilates, stunt work, and dance to teach group workshops inside their 10,000 square-foot facility. All of the classes supply students with safely lines and a spotting belt, and the majority of the classes focus on a specific apparatus. These include the aerial bungee, aerial hammock, spanish web, tightrope, tissu, or flying trapeze, which is performed on the facility's 32-foot-high outdoor trapeze equipped with a safety system and animatronic clown cheerleaders.

3838 W 102nd St
Inglewood,
CA
US

Kids Artistic Sense cultivates tykes’ creative confidence and cognitive development with kid-friendly forays into clay molding, painting, and other arts and crafts. Parent and child can tap into their inner Michelangelos together in mom- or dad-accompanied classes for fledgling tots, while older kids can mold and paint pinch pots, vases, and other clay creations in kids-only sessions. Instructors keep enthusiasm high by focusing on the fun of the creative process—rather than stressing the need for a finished product—and blending arts and crafts with open play time in the gym.

404 Hyde Park Blvd. Unit C
Inglewood,
CA
US

Inglewood Scene