Located at Eastwood Hill Special Events Facility in San Marcos, TX.

Located at Eastwood Hill Special Events Facility in San Marcos, TX.

OUR MISSIOn

A teacher helped me; now I’m helping a teacher.

The Maestro Arts Project trains educators and students in all aspects of theater and promotes the fine arts.

 A Theater Education Service Organization

 MAP produces a high school summer camp and provides training for college auditions.

TYLER MCKINNEY

Rogers ISD

“…that’s part of the magic that Eastwood Hill holds. When you’re there, you’re not only free from the distractions of life, but you’re surrounded by a creative spirit that unlocks ideas within you that you never thought you had, you’re surrounded by friends that will share whatever they can, and most importantly, you’re surrounded by a family that reminds you that what you do is essential and that your ideas aren’t stupid.” 

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WHO

There are no theater training programs that serve rural young artists and their teachers. Many urban Title 1 and 2 schools lack resources for training. MAP provides training for areas where theater is nonexistent or inaccessible.

WHY

Many rural and urban Title 1 and 2 schools do not have a trained theater instructor on staff and rely on existing staff to direct the school plays. There’s usually no knowledge of how to prepare students for college auditions. 

our core values

We envision affordable education & art projects for students and their educators.

Within each teacher & student, MAP empowers the:

VISIONARY who brings dreams to fruition.
HUMANITARIAN who practices empathy.
HERO
who succeeds in literature and life.
ENTERTAINER who shares laughter and beauty.

OUR CORE VALUES

We envision affordable education & art projects for students and their educators.

Within each teacher & student, MAP empowers the:

VISIONARY who brings dreams to fruition.
HUMANITARIAN who practices empathy.
HERO who succeeds in literature and life.
ENTERTAINER who shares laughter & beauty.

PHASE 1

The How (Years 1-5)

How MAP will Target rural areas and Title 1 & 2 schools in Texas:

– Provide a summer theater camp.
– Provide audition training and resources for high school students.
– Provide continuing education seminars for teachers, and serve as a warehouse for materials and networking.
– Provide employment opportunities for fine arts college students and a mentoring program to develop their portfolios and resumes.

PHASE 2

The How (Years 5-10)

MAP will:

– Construct a 150 seat venue and amphitheater.
– Provide an in-school reading aloud program for children in 1st – 5th grade.
– Provide after school theater programs for children in 9th through 12th grade.
– Provide a home for writers to develop new works, focusing on “by women for women”.
– Provide study abroad programming for our educators, targeting rural and Title 1 & 2 schools.

meet the board

Meet the people behind the Maestro Arts Project

meet the board

Meet the people behind the Maestro Arts Project

ROBERTA MOGLIA

Treasurer

DIANNE MATA

Secretary

KRISTEN ROBLES

Commitee Member

DAVID MONTANA

Commitee Member

Check Donations

Make checks payable to:

Maestro Arts Project 

c/o Roberta Moglia

Our mailing address is:

322 Beverly Drive

San Antonio, TX 78228

Join the effort

Please help a student or teacher in need.

EVERY CENT COUNTS!

DONATE ONLINE

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FOR MORE INFO

If you would like to call for more information or to speak to the Maestro Arts Project Executive Director, Rick Garcia, please call: 

(512) 791 – 0407

Join the effort

Please help a student

or teacher in need.

EVERY CENT COUNTS!

Check Donations

Make checks payable to:

Maestro Arts Project 

c/o Roberta Moglia

Our mailing address is:

322 Beverly Drive

San Antonio, TX 78228

FOR MORE INFO

If you would like to call for more information or to speak to the Maestro Arts Project Executive Director, Rick Garcia, please call:

(512) 791 – 0407