Infinity Visual and Performing Arts will be closed on Thursday, February 27, 2020 due to inclement weather.
Join us this Thursday, January 16th for a Kaleidoscope Performance Event at the Infinity Arts Café! Kaleidoscope is an ever-changing but interesting mix!
Kaleidoscope Nights feature a wide variety of performers: Infinity music, poetry, dance, or theater students, Infinity instructors, and invited guests from the community! The show is always different
Family friendly and open to the public! 7:00pm showtime!
Kaylee R (student of Lauren Hiller)
Jasmine B (student of Joanna Roberts)
Jonathan S & instructor Kyle Gustafson
Jackie B (student of Jamie Lee)
Marcus G, Kayle D, & instructor Kyle Gustafson
Emerson G-J (Student of Joanna Roberts)
June W & instructor Sara Rafaloski
Amaya T (Student of Lauren Hiller)
Infinity Seeks Artists for 6th Annual Art Market and Auction
Infinity Visual and Performing Arts, Inc. is inviting local artists to participate in the 6th Annual Infinity Art Market and Auction.
Infinity’s Art Market and Auction is an annual event that supports area artists, by giving them a market to showcase and sell their arts, all while raising funds to support youth music and arts instruction at the Infinity Visual and Performing Arts Center.
The fundraiser, which is held at the Infinity Arts Café, will take place on Saturday, April 4, 2020 from 11am-4pm.
Infinity’s Art Market and Auction features an art market filled with locally crafted items to help showcase local artists, followed by an auction of locally crafted pieces to raise funds for programming at the Infinity Center! More than 20 artists participate each year, and the event continues to grow!
Online registration for interested artists can be found at: https://forms.gle/iMdo4BgZ5ym6tzXz5
Area artists who wish to participate in the art market should complete their registration forms before February 1, 2020
For more information, call the Infinity Center at 716-664-0991 or contact Ashley Ordines by emailing: Ashley@infinityperformingarts.org
Infinity will be OPEN for all regularly scheduled lessons and rehearsals TODAY, Monday, December 23.
We will be closed for Holiday Recess beginning tomorrow Tuesday, December 24 through Wednesday, January 1.
DON’T FORGET: Infinity has some great last minute stocking stuffers! All Infinity branded bags and tumblers are BOGO and Infinity Gift Cards will all be available until end of business day today!
If you are interested in music, art, dance, or theater, then the Infinity Center is the place for you! Join us for Infinity’s next new student orientation session on Thursday, December 19. Sessions are scheduled between 5:45pm and 7pm, and last approximately 30 minutes each. Take a guided tour, meet the Infinity staff, and sign up for lessons!
Please contact the Infinity Center at 716-664-0991 to register for a session and reserve your spot today.
The Infinity Center is located at 301 East 2nd Street, Suite 101 in the Lynn Building.
Join Infinity for a holiday celebration at the Infinity Arts Café, on Friday, December 20 at 7:00pm. Featuring live musical performances for the holidays by current Infinity students. This evening offers a great opportunity to experience Infinity in action!
The Infinity Arts Café performance entrance is located at 300 East 3rd Street, through the doors to the old post office. Look for the blue neon guitar!
Infinity Visual and Performing Arts welcomes a new instructor! Kayla Walker will be joining the Infinity Dance Department as their newest Hip-Hop Dance instructor. She is currently offering lessons and group classes to students and adults of all ages.
Kayla Walker (Hip-Hop Dance)
At the age of 24, Kayla Walker excels at three different kinds of art, and if caring for young children is
another art form, she’s more than just an aspiring singer, dancer and photographer.
Kayla works at the YWCA as an assistant pre-school teacher. On the side, she works with more children of similar ages and older in mentoring group Focused & Fabulous. Having gone through Jamestown Community College for an education in photography while she worked at the YWCA in daycare, she honed her skills to prepare her for running her own business.
For the past four years, Kayla has used her experience with children to teach pre-school to those from 3 to 5 years old. For about the same amount of time, she has also instructed children ages 3 to 17 in hip hop dance at Expressions Performing Arts Center in Randolph. While teaching pre-school, instructing hip hop dance and taking professional photos take up the majority of her time, Kayla also has a dream to become a recognized vocalist. She’s been a member of the Emmanuel Baptist Church choir since she was 3 years old. By the time she turned 16, she was directing the choir.
In her musical theatre pursuits with JCC, Walker had roles in 2017’s production of “Hairspray” 2018’s
production of “Newsies” and 2019’s production of “West Side Story” With family-owned Lost Recording Studio at 316 E. Fourth St. in Jamestown, Kayla has started recording her own music. She intends on releasing singles in the future.
For more information about Infinity, or to register for lessons with Kayla or any of the 40 instructor
mentors at Infinity, please visit www.infinityperformingarts.org. New Student Orientation for the
upcoming month will be held on DEC 19. Call today to reserve your spot! 716-664-0991