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updated: Jun 28, 2014, 10:00 AM

Mission Statement-
To competently direct the acquisition of reading, writing, arithmetic, and social skills of children and adults who are intellectually or developmentally different; to train trainers and teachers in a peer reviewed curriculum; to extend these training methods and curriculum to typical children; to engage local and world wide communities in this mission; and to join these to benefit through inclusion, all the children and adults of the world.

The Rhythmic Arts Project (TRAP) empowers people with various disabilities to succeed in the world. We integrate drums and percussion instruments as creative learning tools that address life skills and enhance the mind, body and spirit.

The Rhythmic Arts Project founded in 1997 by Eddie Tuduri, educates individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Differences by embracing a curriculum that encompasses rhythm as a modality to address basic life and learning skills as well as reading, writing and arithmetic.

TRAP's ongoing efforts provide its students with the tools and confidence needed to succeed in the world, while teaching the world understanding and compassion. Group teaching occurs in an environment that is supportive and fun. Members naturally develop confidence and a positive self-image.

The Rhythmic Arts Project is a non-profit 501(C)(3) company. We honor and celebrate diversity, regardless of disability, religion, race, creed or ethnicity.

Contact Us
If you have any questions regarding TRAP, please contact us by calling or e-mailing us and we'll get back to you as soon as possible. We look forward to hearing from you.

The Rhythmic Arts Project
1115 1/2 North Milpas
Santa Barbara CA 93103
PHONE: (805) 962 1442
FAX: (805) 962 1442
Eddie Tuduri-
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