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Northwest

OLLI, Tallahassee Symphony join forces to offer stress-free symphonic music program

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at Florida State University and The Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra have formed a partnership to offer classes about symphonic music as part of OLLI's program targeted at retired individuals and folks over 50 who want to continue their education in a stress-free environment where there are no tests and no homework.

Persons interested in learning more about the partnership are invited to attend OLLI's Fall Showcase at 1 p.m. Sept. 7 at the FSU Alumni Center, 1030 W. Tennessee St. The showcase and parking are free.

OLLI is associated with the Pepper Institute on Aging and Public Policy and is supported by the Bernard Osher Foundation, which funds lifelong learning institutes at more than 120 colleges and universities across the country.

The first class resulting from the partnership will be taught by Dr. Amanda Sauer, executive director of Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra, at the Westminster Oaks Maguire Center beginning October 4.

Dr. Sauer will present three lectures on "Opening Night at the Symphony: Beethoven's Symphony No. 3 in E-flat, 'Eroica.'"

This mini-course will delve into the symphony, helping participants understand the formal, historical and autobiographical elements that make it, as Joseph Kerman has written, "an authentic 'watershed' work, one that marks a turning point in the history of modern music."

For the final class, Dr. Michael Broyles will talk about his book-in-progress, Beethoven in America, which explores the meanings that have been attached to Beethoven's name and his music in America for the past 200 years.

The series of lectures will focus on listening and discussion and will culminate in a performance by the Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra at its Oct. 23 opening night concert in the newly renovated Ruby Diamond Auditorium.

For information call OLLI at 644-8828 or 644-7947 or email at cby06@fsu.edu. Additional information also can be found at OLLI's Facebook site.


Panhandle

Pensacola Opera Announces 2011 Opera Camp

 

Pensacola Opera will once again present two weeks of Opera Camp for children ages 8-12 (or entering the eighth grade).

 

Week One, July 11-15, will include activities and a performance based on Giacomo Puccini’s Madama Butterfly. Week Two, July 25-July 29, will have campers perform in their own version of Guiseppe Verdi’s Rigoletto.   Each camp is from 9am-4pm Monday through Thursday, with a final performance for family and friends at 5pm on Friday. All activities are held at the Pensacola Opera Center.

 

Opera Camp gives children a chance to experience all of the elements of opera production.   It culminates in a public performance of an opera created by campers under the guidance of a professional opera director and musical coaches.  Campers play music and theatre games that teach them the skills used in operatic performance, and will gain hands-on experience in set, costume, prop, and makeup design.  No previous experience or training is necessary for Opera Camp. 

 

Cost is $150 per week – each week is a separate program. Camp fees include lunch, snacks, all materials and a t-shirt. A limited number of camp scholarships are available.

 

For more information on scholarship opportunities or registration, call the Opera at (850) 433-6737 or visit www.pensacolaopera.com

 

Pensacola Opera presents Pinocchio
An opera for elementary school students, ages 3 through 5th grade 

 

Pensacola Opera proudly presents Pinocchio, the opera, as its spring educational touring production!  Designed specifically for elementary school children, Pinocchio re-tells the story of the children’s literary classic by Carlo Collodi using scenes from classical operas by Mozart, Donizetti, Offenbach, and Pergolesi.   The performance not only exposes children to the magic of live opera but emphasizes the importance of telling the truth, attending school regularly and obeying one’s parents. Pinocchio is an excellent entertainment and educational opportunity for students, educators and community groups alike! 

Pinocchio will tour February 7 through April 31, 2011. To book your school’s performance, please fill out the online registration form or contact Chandra McKern at 850 433-6737. After the reservation form has been received, your school will be contacted to arrange a specific date and time for the performance.

Pensacola Opera’s education programs are designed to expose students to the wonder and enjoyment of a live opera performance and to showcase the importance of arts education in our schools. All of Pensacola Opera’s performers are young professionals who serve as Artists in Resi­dence.  This program supports both State and National standards for education.


Adult Tap Dance Classes
Adult tap dance classes - beginner thru advanced. Opportunity to join the performing troupe. First month free; then $20 per month for as many as 6 hours of classes per week. 4 pm - 6:30 pm continuous year-round. Fort Walton Beach,FL. Visit www.highsteppers.org for detailed info.


Northeast

SESSION 4 CLASSES
START MAY 16TH
 

 

 

 


ADULT CLASSES

Session 4 - May 16 to June 10

 4 classes per session (unless noted)

 

 

Drawing - All skill levels

Fridays 1 p.m.-3 p.m.

Instructor: Jaime Howard

 

Learning to draw will enhance your appreciation of life and train your eyes to see more of the beauty that the world has to offer. Simple tools and simple skills - everyone can learn to draw and have fun doing
it.

Session 4:  Member $103   Non-member $129 

SUPPLY LIST for Drawing

      

Acrylic Painting - All skill levels

Mondays 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Instructor: Allison Watson

 

These classes are designed for students to work at their own pace to complete a painting.

Instructor will provide demos and in-depth instruction for all skill levels.

Session 4 (no class May 30): 
Member $96.75      Non-member $120 

SUPPLY LIST for Acrylic

       

Oil Painting - all levels

Fridays 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Instructor: Jaime Howard

 

Learn to paint in oils using simple techniques and materials. You'll plan your paintings

for success by beginning with the basics. Use a step-by-step process to learn the

fundamentals of sketching, composition and color mixing.

Session 4: Member $129   Non-member $160  

SUPPLY LIST for Oil Painting 

 

 

Hatha Yoga - All skill levels

Wednesdays 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.

Instructor:  Leslie Treber, CPT

Learn to relax muscles allowing the body and mind to achieve higher levels of well-being.

Half-price for those who enroll their children in clay and mixed-media.

Session 4:  Member $40     Non-member $54 

Drop in $14 per class

SUPPLY LIST for Yoga

 

 

Watercolor Painting - All skill levels

Tuesdays 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Instructor:  Gordon Meggison, www.freehandstudios.com

 

This class is for beginner to intermediate watercolorists who wish to paint with a loose,

fluid look.

Session 4:  Member $129    Non-member 160 

Drop in for previous students - $40 per class

SUPPLY LIST for Watercolor

           

Painting the Portrait - (Beginning Pastel or Experienced Acrylic or Oil Painters)

Thursdays 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Instructor:  Cable Spence

 

Students will choose their media of choice and learn the concepts of portraiture and

figurative painting.

This class will offer nude and clothed models, and students will share model fee.

Session 4:  Member $103    Non-member $129 

RSVP - Drop-in for intermediate to advanced level - $40 per class

SUPPLY LIST for Painting the Portrait

         

Abstracts - Simple and Fun New Class

Thursdays 12:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Instructor:  Gordon Meggison

 

You will be guided step-by-step to help unleash your hidden creative side! You will

use simple, fun, easy-to-follow techniques to create fantastic looking textural abstract

expressions! No experience necessary.

Session 4:  Member $129   Non-member $160 

SUPPLY LIST for Abstracts

        

Photo/Digital Imaging -
New, great class for artists

Tuesdays 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Instructor: LeAnna Rizzo Hayward 

Learn how to edit, retouch, paint, manipulate and create still images using Photoshop 4 on

a Mac. All skill levels.

Session 4:  Member $103   Non-member $129 

  

Open Studio - All media except photography

Saturdays 1:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

The Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra Beach offers studio space for artists to create,

independent of instruction. The studios are open for independent work on Saturdays. Live

nude model will be available for $10 fee.
Check model and schedule here. 


 

SESSION 4 CLASSES

START MAY 16TH

 

 


CHILDREN'S CLASSES

Session 4 - May 16 to June 10

 4 classes per session (unless noted)

 
10% sibling discount (not to be used with any
additional discounts), call for more information.

 
Music on the Move (Ages 22 months & up)
Erin Barnes: Mondays 10am - 11am
Moms and their toddlers will make music together in this fun and interactive music class!  We'll explore our world through songs and games, get on our feet and dance around, and make music of our own with instruments of all shapes and sizes.
Session 4 (no class May 30)
Member $32.25 (adult and child)      Non-member $41.25 (adult and child)
$20 per additional child


Tiny Ballerinas (age 2 only)
Fridays 9:30 a.m. to 10:10 a.m.
Dawn Wolf, www.pvballet.com
This class is designed for the beginning dancers to develop a sense of dance, coordination, poise and musicality using simple movements and basic ballet terminology. Parents, please stay with the child for this class.
Session 4 (no class June 10): 
Member $32.25      Non-member $41.25
  SUPPLY LIST FOR BALLET




Tiny Ballerinas (age 2 only)
Fridays 10:15 a.m. to 10:55 a.m.
Dawn Wolf, www.pvballet.com
This class is designed for the beginning dancers to develop a sense of dance, coordination, poise and musicality using simple movements and basic ballet terminology. Parents, please stay with the child for this class.
Session 4 (no class June 10): 
Member $32.25      Non-member $41.25
SUPPLY LIST FOR BALLET


Pas de Trois (age 3)
Fridays 11 a.m. to 11:45 a.m.
Dawn Wolf, www.pvballet.com
This ballet class is specifically designed for three-year-old ballerinas or under 3 with
previous dance experience. Miss Dawn will teach young dancers how to pirouette and jeté
their way through class. Parents, please stay with the child for this class.
Session 4 (no class June 10): 
Member $32.25      Non-member $41.25
SUPPLY LIST FOR BALLET



Clay & Mixed Media (Ages 4 to 6)  
Mom can take yoga half-price at the same time!
Wednesdays 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Instructor:  Cathy Fitzpatrick
Each week, we will explore a variety of artistic materials and new ideas.  Bring your imagination!
Session 4:  Member $45      Non-member $57


Homeschool Theatre (Grades K-8)
Wednesdays 9:15 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.
Instructor:  Erin Barnes
Students will be introduced to all aspects of
theatre including acting and directing. No
experience required.
Session 4:  Member $55      Non-member $72


Painting (Ages 6 to 8)
Friday 3:30 p.m. to 4:45 p.m.
Instructor:  Cathy Fitzpatrick
In the studio, children develop their observational and technical skills while experimenting with paints on canvas and paper. Young artists will learn the techniques of painting in addition to exhibiting like a professional artist.
Session 4:  Member $57      Non-member $72



Painting (Ages 9 to 12)
Thursdays 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Instructor:  Cathy Fitzpatrick
Children develop their observational and technical skills while experimenting
with acrylics on canvas and paper. Young artists will learn the techniques of painting in
addition to exhibiting like a professional artist.
Session 4:  Member $69      Non-member $86


Claymation (Ages 9 to 13)
Wednesdays 4:30 to 6 p.m.
Instructor:  Leanna Rizzo Hayward
Join our animation class to learn how to write storyboards, create characters and sets using
clay to make a movie. DVD will be included.
Session 4:  Member $69      Non-member $86


Private Piano and Voice Lessons
(Ages 6 and up)
The Cultural Center offers private music lessons for children and adults for
beginning, intermediate and
advanced students.
Offerings and openings vary.
For more information, call instructor Jim Albert at 742-3050 or
e-mail jca_music@yahoo.com  

 

EARLY REGISTRATION DISCOUNT ENDS FRIDAY, MAY 6TH
FOR SUMMER CAMPS & WORKSHOPS



Summer Arts Camps & Workshops
Don't delay, not only does the Early Registration Discount end May 6th, but some of the camps are ALMOST FULL!!  Call today or register online for an awesome summer experience!
Thematic Camps for Ages 4 & 5
Thematic Camps for Ages 6 to 8
Art Workshops for Ages 9 & up
Theatre Camps for Ages 9 to 12 & 13 and up
Culinary Camps for Ages 9 and up 

 

UPCOMING ADULT WORKSHOPS 



Painting the Portrait Using a Limited Palette

May 7 & 8, 10am to 4pm

Instructor: Kyle R. Keith     

Kyle Keith image 

This workshop will focus on painting the portrait using a limited palette in oil, in order to achieve ideal form and color relationships.  The emphasis will be on setting up the portrait simply by identifying the dynamic relationship between form and light. The mornings will begin with a demonstration by Kyle Keith followed by the students working from the live model.

CALL if you would like to take Saturday only.

Members $210      Non-member $260

SUPPLY LIST FOR PAINTING THE PORTRAIT

 

 

The Magic of Sculpture - Using Contemporary Materials

Instructor:Jenny Hager

May 14, 9:30am to 1:30pm

Lunch included
 

Jenny Hager, Asst. Professor of Sculpture at UNF, will be teaching a one day workshop using new, cutting edge sculpture materials, Magic Sculpt and Magic Smooth. Learn to carve Styrofoam, work with armatures and how to use these magic materials to create a beautiful surface without fiberglass, power tools or toxic fumes.

Members $65       Non-members $95

All supplies included for $50

 

 

The Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra Beach
50 Executive Way
Ponte Vedra Beach, Fl 32082904-280-0614 ext 204www.ccpvb.org

 

SUMMER CAMP INFO IS HERE!!

Camps begin June 13th 


Summer is right around the corner...do you know what you are doing with your kids yet?!?!  We have many awesome summer camps and workshops planned this summer.  Don't miss out on the chance for your child to experience something amazing this summer. 

There is something for everyone here at the Cultural Center.

 

Culinary Camps for ages 9 and up 

 

Theater Camp for ages 9 and up 

 

Weekly Thematic Camps for ages 4 & 5 and 6-8 

Workshops for artists ages 8-18


The Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra Beach is THE PLACE to be this summer!


Click here for 4-8 year old thematic arts camps
Click here for  age 8 & up summer workshops

 

BOOK DRIVE 
We collect books, DVDs, CDs 

Bring us your books, textbooks, DVDs, video games, CDs or software of any type to help us raise money.  We have a book bin here at the Cultural Center for convenient drop-off. 

 

Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra Beach


 50 Executive Way
Ponte Vedra Beach, Fl 32082

(904) 280-0614

 


 

Cummer Events:


The Ancient Art of Pottery Workshop
Saturday, June 4, 2011, 10 am to 4 pm
Ceramics Artist Glendia Cooper teaches how to create traditional pottery bodies using molds. Applied surface decoration techniques and glazes inspired by the mythological creatures and botany found in porcelain from On the Silk Road and High Seas: Chinese Ceramics, Culture, and Commerce will complete your study. Pieces will be fired for pickup at a later date.
Members $45, Non-members $60, Current Docents $40.
Lunch included.
For more information or to register, please call (904) 355-0630.

The Royal Dish: Passion, Power, Porcelain: A Talk with Museum Curator Holly Keris
Tuesday, June 7, 2011, 7 p.m.
The Ralph H. and Constance I. Wark Collection of Early Meissen Porcelain has been reinstalled in the renovated Lovett Gallery. Cummer Curator Holly Keris tells the story of how this world-renowned collection came to reside at The Cummer and the intrigue behind the story of Meissen porcelain and Polish King Augustus the Strong.
Free Admission
Free Tuesdays sponsored by THE PLAYERS.
For more information, please call (904) 355-0630.


Classes & Programs for Children


Drop-In Art
Each week children ages 4 to 10 will have the opportunity to explore the galleries or gardens and experiment with a different art process. No pre-registration.
Please arrive early as class size is limited.
Tuesdays, 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Members and Non-members $5
For more information, please call (904) 355-0630.


Art for Two on Saturdays
Saturday, June 11, 2011, 10:30 a.m. to Noon
Textile Printing
Visit On the Silk Road and High Seas: Chinese Ceramics, Culture, and Commerce and print and stencil a scarf using traditional Chinese patterns and imagery.
Children ages 3 to 5 and their favorite adult spend time together enjoying gallery visits, art making and time in Art Connections. Pre-registration is required.
Members $10 per pair, per class, Non-members $15 per pair, per class.
For more information or to register, please call (904) 355-0630.


Camp Cummer 2011
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., extended-day care available from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Camp Cummer offers fun, adventurous ways for your child to grow by discovering art and personal expression. No previous art experience needed! Our imagination-igniting activities include painting, drawing, printmaking, three-dimensional structures, papermaking, clay sculpting, garden experience, gallery exploration and more. All classes are supervised and implemented by Cummer Museum educators.

Sign up for one week or two consecutive weeks, from June 13 through July 22. Please note there is no camp the week of July 4.
Session 1: June 13 - 17
Session 2: June 20 - 24
Session 3: June 27 - July 1
Session 4: July 11 - 15
Session 5: July 18 – 22
Ages: Children entering grades 1 through 6.
Members: $180 per child; Non-Members: $195 per child
Registration fee is non-refundable.
For more information or to register for camps, please call (904) 355-0630.

 

Art Adventures on Saturdays
Saturday, June 18, 2011, 10:30 a.m. to Noon
Shui-mo-hua
Visit On the Silk Road and High Seas: Chinese Ceramics, Culture, and Commerce and create a scroll using Chinese wash painting and calligraphy techniques.
Classes in painting, printmaking, collage and construction with changing themes. Pre-registration is required.
Ages 6 to 12
Members $10 per pair, per class, Non-members $15 per pair, per class.
For more information or to register, please call (904) 355-0630.

 

Lectures, Classes & Programs for Adults


Talks and Tea Lecture Series
Wednesday, June 15 or Thursday, June 16, 2011, 1:30 p.m.
Ralph H. and Constance I. Wark Collection of Early Meissen Porcelain
More than three years of planning and research will culminate with a new reinstallation of the Wark Collection of Early Meissen Porcelain at The Cummer. Recognized as the most important collection of Meissen in the United States, The Cummer’s collection will be accompanied by a new catalogue.
Seated gallery talk with tea reception immediately following.
Seating is limited and pre-registration is required.
Members and Non-Members $6, includes free admission to the Museum and Gardens.
Please call (904) 355-0630 to register.

 

The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens
829 Riverside Avenue
Jacksonville, FL 32204
www.cummer.org


Every Saturday
The Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra Beach offers studio space for artists to create independent of instruction. Open studio sessions are designed to allow artists the opportunity to work on their own projects in a creative environment with space perhaps not available to them at home. The studios are open for independent work on Saturday's from 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Members free, Non-members $10. Nude model is available-participants will split model fee.

 

Classes for Children

Mini Monet & Matisse (ages 5 and 6)
Thursday - 3:30 to 4:30pm

Instructor: Amber Sesnick
Young artists learn to paint like the Masters. Create on canvas, paint with acrylics, watercolors and tempera, use lots of color and imagination, and have fun creating your own masterpieces.
Cost per session: Member $90 Non-member $120

Homeschool Artschool
Wednesdays

9:30 to 11am (K - 2)
11:15am to 12:45pm (3 - 5)
Instructor: Peggy Klein
This course is designed for Homeschool children to create educational art projects with a variety of different materials to connect art to other academic subjects. Students will create art projects using paint, clay and a variety of other art mediums. Literary arts will also be incorporated in the multidisciplinary class.
Cost per session: Member $135 Non-member $180

Classes for Adults

Pastel Painting
Thursday - 10am to 12pm
Instructor: Cable Spence
This class is a comprehensive introduction to painting with dry pastels incorporating portraiture and figurative painting. This class will offer nude and clothed models, and students will share model fee.
Cost per session: Member $180 Non-member $240
RSVP - Drop in for intermediate to advanced level - $50 per class

Acrylic Painting
Tuesday - 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Instructor: Sarah Barber
This class focuses on developing painting skills including composition, color theory, and understanding of medium. Course will begin with students painting from still life and learning the techniques of acrylic painting. After initial still life instruction students are encouraged to choose subject matter based upon their own personal interest.
Cost per session: Member $180 Non-member $240
RSVP - Drop in $50 per class

Call (904) 280-0614, ext. 204 TODAY to reserve your space.

The Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra Beach
50 Executive Way, PVB, FL, 32082
(904) 280-0614 | www.ccpvb.org


North Central

BORN TO DANCE!                  FOR THE YOUNG AND YOUNG AT HEART!  

If you always thought you were born to dance - or just wanted to try it - this is for you ...ballet seminars for the young and young at heart!

One senimar is designed for intermediate to advanced dancers age 8 -18.  The OTHER is designed for adults - no experience necessary!  All classes are taught by DANB principal dancers and staff.

 

Adults will meet in the Squitieri Studio Theatre at the Phillips Center at 2 PM for conditioning; then take a class with DANB Principal Dancer Rostislav Dzabraev. Finally, adults will meet Choreographer in Residence Judy Skinner on the main stage for choreography, finishing up by 5 PM.  Plan on wearing comfortable clothes and bringing towels and water!

 

Experienced dancers will begin on the main stage at 1 PM with conditioning by DANB Principal Beth Ann Maslinoff followed by class with Mr. Dzabraev.  Dancers will then work with Ms. Maslinoff, finishing up at 4 PM.  Dancers need to wear appropriate dancewear and ballet shoes and bring a towl and water.

Participants will enjoy a special guest appearance by County Dracula!  He might even join in the dance!

Tickets are $75.   For tickets and information, call 352-371-2986 or email us at dalive@bellsouth.net.  

 

All proceeds from Feast & Fashion will benefit the educational programs of Dance Alive National Ballet. 


ALACHUA COUNTY YOUTH ORCHESTRA
Provides a unique opportunity for young musicians in grades 6-12 to receive training and improve performance skills. The orchestra has 90 plus members, with sections in strings, woodwinds, brass and percussion. Conductor Gary Langford is assistant director of the school of music at UF. Admission is by audition.

Contact: UF Music Department, 392-0223 ext 201.


EAR MUSICIAN STUDIO

7230 W. University Ave.; Gainesville, 331-PLAY (331-7529) offers instruction in the art of playing music "by ear" in guitar, piano, keyboard, drums, voice, strings, brass and woodwinds. Classical voice instruction; year-round classes, private lessons or jam sessions. Classes in theory, composition, songwriting and copyrighting. Summer introductory classes for ages 5-16, 6-8-week sessions, June-August, call for information, registration and fees. On the web: www.thebyearmusician.com, email: jesse@thebyearmusician.com


GAINESVILLE MUSIC TEACHER'S ASSOCIATION

Suggests music lessons as an excellent way for parents to enrich the lives of their children. The organization is composed of about 90 members who are qualified teachers offering individual and group lessons for all ages in all musical instruments and vocal lessons. Parents who want to find a teacher may call the group's referral chairperson, Bette Pring, 377-6872.


GAINESVILLE SUZUKI PLAYERS

provides children and youth of Gainesville an opportunity to study year-round and perform on stringed instruments: violin, viola and cello. Summer classes: Thu, 7:30-8:30 a.m. for ages 3 and up; Thu, 7:45-10 a.m. for school ages and up. During the school year, T, 5-7 p.m. and M, 5:15-6:30 p.m. Also private individual study available. Founder and director is Sonnhild F. Kitts, (352) 262-6889.


KALEY SCHOOL OF MUSIC

Gainesville, FL, 371-7225. In-home, individualized music instruction, specializing in piano study. Weekly lessons, beginner through advanced, with music instructor at home. On the web: www.KaleyMusic.com.


Central



Summer Events 

Outer Space Time Capsule Workshop

with Melissa Menzer

June 8 - 10

$75; 9am -12pm 

for kids, ages 8 to 12

 

Memory Jar Workshop

with Melissa Menzer

Sat. June 11

$75;9:30am -3:30pm 

for adults

 

Around the World in Five Days!

Art Camp for kids,

ages 7 to 12

June 13 - 17 or

July 18 - 22 

$95; 9am -12pm 

 

Summer Bling

Jewelry Show

Sat. June 18

10am - 4pm

One day only! 

 

Click here 

for more details on all our special events

Jeanine Taylor Folk Art | 211 East First Street | Sanford | FL | 32771

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Summer Camp at The Center
Theatre, Visual Arts & Orchestra Strings Camps available

Visit www.ocfta.com for camp info & registration 


Summer Classes Now ONLINE

(view adult classes)

Children's Art Classes

The A&H offers a wide variety of art classes for children. Painting, Pottery, and Drawing are just a few examples of the many fun choices offered. (see what's coming up)

Art & History Museums - Maitland | 231 W. Packwood Avenue | Maitland, Florida 32751

 


 

Explore New Frontiers

Summer 2011

 Campers will become modern day explorers, discovering the past through fun and adventure, while making new friends and "old" friends along the way. Activities will include: Exploring the Spence-Lanier Pioneer Village, making heritage crafts, water day, reenactors, a walk through the Mary Kendall Steffee Nature Preserve learning about native plants, and much more....

 Program Details:

 Dates Available

 June 20-24

Survivor Osceola

 July 11-15

Blast from the Plast

 August 1-5

History's Mysteries

 Time

9:00am - 4:00pm

 Ages

5 - 12

 Cost

$130.00-Week

$100 Additional

Child/Members

Osceola County Historical Society | 750 North Bass Road | Kissimmee | FL | 34746


Leesburg Center for the Arts Announces Summer Schedule 


Rotary Summer Art Institute 

Get ready to "Paint the Town" during the Rotary Summer Art Institute at the Leesburg Center for the Arts.  Students ages 4 to 18 will have the opportunity to paint murals, experience "plein air" painting and discover landscape techniques in our visual arts camps.  For students ages 8 to 12, Performance Camp will provide instruction on stage presence and holding a microphone for the first time as well as singing and songwriting lessons.  High schoolers should get ready for Portfolio Review Workshops where they can work with professional instructors on preparing portfolios for college entry. 

  

Camp schedules and registration information are available online at www.LeesburgCenter4Arts.com.  For more information, call 352-365-0232. 


Performance Camp 

Performance Camp 2010

 

2011 Performance Camp attendees will create and present a "Paint the Town...Road Trip" performance including making their own backdrops and props, learning choreography and singing, and mastering performance skills such as stage presence and holding a microphone.

This camp will meet Monday, June 20 to Friday, June 24 from 9am to 4pm each day. The cost is $150 per student and includes all supplies. Students are asked to bring their lunch each day. Advanced registration is required and is for students ages 8 to 12.

The "Paint the Town...Road Trip" performance will be Friday, June 24 at 6pm onstage at the Leesburg Center for the Arts. Family and friends are invited.

 


Portfolio Review

Portfolio Photo

A Portfolio Review Workshop is scheduled for Monday, June 27 to Wednesday, June 29 from 9am to 12pm each day. All students entering 9th to 12th grades plus recent high school graduates are invited to participate and work on building portfolios. Personalized instruction and all supplies are included in registration fee. The cost for this hands on workshop is $50.

 

 

Visual Arts Camp: ages 8 to 12 

Abby.Sketchbook

   

Take part in painting the town through mural design, plein air painting experiences, splatter paint room, sketchbook trips around downtown, and experiment with clay, paper, collage and other mediums to design landscapes and scenes from all around town.

This Visual Arts Camp, with Professional Instructor Lesa Roe, will meet Monday, July 11 to Friday, July 15 from 9am to 4pm each day. The cost is $150 per student and includes all supplies. Students are asked to bring their lunch each day.


Visual Arts Camp: ages 4 and 5 

Gwen.Crayons

    

 Paint, draw and sculpt exhibit-ready artwork in the studio of the Leesburg Center for the Arts. Learn how to recreate works from the Masters, and begin learning to "Paint the Town."

Take home artwork that you will be proud to exhibit for your family and friends.

This Visual Arts Camp will meet Monday, July 18 to Friday, July 22 from 9am to 12pm each day. The cost is $75 per student and includes all supplies. Plan to come "dressed for a mess."


Visual Arts Camp: ages 6 and 7

Zoe and MacKenzie

Paint, draw and sculpt exhibit-ready artwork in the studio of the Leesburg Center for the Arts. Learn how to recreate works from the Masters, and begin learning to "Paint the Town."

Take home artwork that you will be proud to exhibit for your family and friends.

This Visual Arts Camp will meet Monday, July 25 to Friday, July 29 from 9am to 12pm each day. The cost is $75 per student and includes all supplies. Plan to come "dressed for a mess." 


 

Summer Camp at The Center
Theatre, Visual Arts & Orchestra Strings Camps available

Visit www.ocfta.com for camp info & registration 

The Center is located at 2411 E. Hwy 192 between Kissimmee & St. Cloud


 

Saturday, August 13, to Sunday, August 14, 2011
Adventure Night at the Museum Camp-In

Grab your lassoes, dig up your dino-mite gear, and tell your mummies – the History Center comes to life when you spend a night at the museum! 7 p.m.-8 a.m. Grades K-5. $25 per child for Members; $35 per child for non-members. Evening snack and breakfast included. Bring sleeping bag and pillow. Museum staff chaperones. Call (407) 836-8580 to register. Presented by Orlando Federal Credit Union. 


Oh What Fun!

School will be out soon and we all know what that means....time for more fun! And not just for the kids because we've got plenty to keep you grown ups in a playful mood.

In our week long camps for 7 to 12 year olds, we'll visit a different country each day. From ancient Roman mosaics to Egyptian mummies and Mayan hieroglyphs, your child's  curiosity about art around the world will be satisfied. We'll offer these classes from June 13 - 17 or July 18 - 22 from 9am to 12pm. The $95 fee includes materials.

If your child prefers a futuristic project, then join artist Melissa Menzer in the Outer Space Time Capsule workshop. In this 3 day kids' workshop (June 8 - 10) they will learn basic sculpting skills and paint their own alien! This $75 workshop is for ages 8 to 12 years old and is offered from 9am to 12pm.

For adults who just want to keep their inner artist alive and well, join Melissa on June 11 for a one day funshop and make your own Memory Jar. Melissa will share her tips and secrets from years of experience. A $95 fee includes all materials. Join us from 9:30am to 3:30pm. 

Click here to see our Schedule of Events for the summer.


 

Bach Festival Society announces second annual Summer Music Academy

 

Who/What:

Summer Music Academy: Brass Division for students who have completed grades 8–12.

Summer Music Academy: Vocal Division for students who have completed grades 9–12.

Tuition:

Registration and tuition for the Summer Music Academy is $320 per division. Applications are due May 16.

 

Where:

Rollins College Campus.

1000 Holt Ave, Winter Park, FL 32789

 

When:

Brass Division: June 12–17, 2011

Vocal Division: June 19–25, 2011

 

Additional Information:

Visit www.BachFestivalFlorida.org/outreach/sma, email sma@BachFestivalFlorida.org, or call 407.691.1126.

 

The Bach Festival Society of Winter Park is pleased to once again offer the Summer Music Academy: Vocal Division, June 19–25, 2011, for students who have completed grades 9–12. The Summer Music Academy will offer students interested in Choir, Opera, or Musical Theater a rich variety of workshops, individual instruction, and performance

opportunities. Led by the Bach Festival Society’s award-winning Artistic Director and Conductor, Dr. John V. Sinclair, and Rollins Assistant Professor of Voice, Dr. Julia K. Foster, students will choose either the Musical Theater or Opera focus and engage with high-caliber artists throughout the week.

 

This summer will also bring an expansion to the Summer Music Academy offerings with a Brass Division led by Division Directors Chris Dolske and Carolyn Blice the week of
June 12–17, 2011. For students completing grades 8-12, this day camp provides the opportunity to explore the possibilities of their brass instruments as they perform solo, small ensemble, and large brass ensemble repertoire; participate in special workshops; and hear professional musicians perform live. Guest instructors include Mike Roylance, tuba (Boston Symphony Orchestra), and Kerry Turner, horn (American Horn Quartet).


Fun Spring Youth and Family Programs


Homeschool Series*

May 6/ 1:00-3:00pm. Students will explore history, culture, and the world around them through art! Each two-hour program includes a gallery exploration of the featured exhibition and a studio project.  

 

Art Adventures* 

May 24 / 9:30-10:30am. Join us for a fun play date at the OMA. Specially designed gallery hunts and spring inspired stories make art come alive! Nest! Explore portraits of mothers and children and create a three-dimensional bird and nest.

 

Summer Camp*

June 13- August 19. Join us for a summer of unique art-making experiences that place value on the process of creating in a relaxed atmosphere. From programs for fun-loving kids to the more serious student of art, our popular classes offer something for every budding artist entering grades 1-9.

*For more information, or to register for these programs, call 407 896 4231 x262.

Adult Programs 


Highlights Tours  

Every Thursday through May / 1:30-2:00pm. Explore the galleries with a docent-guided tour. This program is free with paid gallery admission.  

 

Gallery Talks

May 4 / 1:30-2:00pm. Examine the OMA's collections with associate curator of adult programs, Jan Clanton. Tours are free with gallery admission.

 

Art's the Spark @ OMA*

May 21 / 10:30-11:30am. For those with early and middle stage Alzheimer's disease and their caregivers. This fun experience includes interactive guided tours and studio activities that offer an expressive outlet and a forum for adult dialogue. This free program was funded in part by a grant from the Funds of the Community Foundation of Central Florida, Inc., one of more than 300 charitable funds established since 1994.  Additional support has been provided by the Winter Park Health Foundation.

 

Video Series: Contemporary Art 

May 25 / Noon-1:00pm. New video series introduces viewers to contemporary artists as they offer their thoughts on art today. Bring your own brown bag lunch; we will supply the coffee and cookies!

 

*For more information, or to register for these programs, call 407 896 4231 x262. 

 

 


Orlando Shakespeare Theater

YOUTH CLASSES

Spring Session begins on March 5
Date: March 5 - April 23 (8 sessions)
Time: 9:00 - 10:45 a.m.
Fee: $140


ADULT CLASSES


Advanced Audition Technique for Professional Actors
Anne Hering, Director of Education, will offer monologue and prepared scene coaching for theater auditions. Actors may bring material of their own choosing or request monologue suggestions.
Date: Tuesdays, April 5 - 26 (4 classes)
Time: 7 - 10 p.m.
Fee: $15 per class [register now]

Intermediate Acting for Adults
In this class, intermediate actors will learn how to determine why a character says what she does. Using basic script analysis of objectives, obstacles and tactics, actors will score their scenes into beats and learn how to rehearse a scene.
Instructors: Anne Hering, Director of Education and Suzanne O'Donnell, Actor & Director
Date: Saturdays, April 2 - May 7 (6 sessions)
Time: 11 a.m. - 1 p.m
Fee: $120 [register now]

 

SUMMER CAMPS FOR ALL AGES

Creative Arts Camps
ignite your child's imagination and uncover the captivating world of theater. Orlando Shakespeare Theater engages K-12 students with a full schedule of camps targeted toward a variety of skill levels and arts disciplines. Campers experience all the magic that theater has to offer while learning to flex their creative muscles and build self-confidence.

Lunch Bunch Program - Brand new!
Lunch Bunch is an optional, pay-per-use program for Pre K to 2nd grade campers. These are extended day sessions designed for camps ending at 12 p.m. During this time children eat the lunch they've brought from home, clean up, and have unstructured play, crafts, stories, and songs. The Lunch Bunch fee is $10 per day. Each Lunch Bunch session is from 12:00 p.m. until 2:00 p.m.

For further information on any of our education programs, contact the Education Department at 407-447-1700 ext 254.


Spring Art Classes 

Watercolor for the Spring starts April 30th

For complete listing click here

 To register call 407.539.2181 ext 254 


2-day Clay Workshop
Instructed by Carolyn Davis

place: Osceola Center for the Arts - Pottery Barn
dates & times: April 1st & 8th from 1-4pm
cost: $75 includes clay, glazing & firing
registration:
407.846.6257 x 0

 
 

The Center is located at 2411 E. Hwy 192 between Kissimmee & St. Cloud

 


 

Harry P. Leu Gardens

Classes

*PLEASE NOTE:  Pre-registration and pre-payment are required for all classes.

Spring, 2011

Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are available to FNGLA Certified Professionals
upon request.

Pre-registration and pre-payment are required for all classes and must be completed by 5:00 pm the last week day before the class.  Registration for spring classes will begin on April 1, 2011.

FINE ARTS

Drawing for Newbie’s
Tuesdays, April 5, 12, 19, 26
10:00 am-12:30 pm
Palm Room & Garden

Flowers and landscapes have long been an inspiration to artists, and we will use the gardens as our subject matter to learn how to draw.  This 4 day workshop will explore drawing fundamentals starting with value and form through shading and perspective. Fee includes all supplies.

Instructor: Sabrena Allen-Biron
Fee: $110 (Members $100) 

ABC’s of Acrylic Painting Workshop
Tuesdays May 3, 10, 17, 24
10:00 am to 12:30 pm
Palm Room

This is a beginner’s 4 day workshop that focuses on observation, composition, color mixing and the fundamentals of acrylic painting.  Fee includes all supplies

Instructor: Sabrena Allen-Biron
Fee: $120 (Members $110) 

Acrylic Painting Part 2
Tuesdays June 7, 14, 21, 28
10:00 am to 12:30 pm
Palm Room

This class is an opportunity for interested students from the May workshop to continue painting.
Students move forward from the previous lessons.  Learn how to paint in “the field”, mix colors like a pro and increase your skills in acrylic painting techniques.  Fee includes all supplies

Instructor: Sabrena Allen-Biron
Fee: $120 (Members $110) 

Drawing with Candle Soot!
Saturday, June 11
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Palm Room

We've all marveled at the images that appear in clouds. This simple workshop uses candle smoke as a means to conceptualize a drawing. What the candle reveals can be augmented with pencil or erased to create remarkable and imaginative forms! No prior drawing experience necessary. Just bring a few pencils, and your sense of wonder!

Instructor: Redenta Soprano
Fee: $20 (Members $15)


CLASSES AT CREALDE: Summer Session starts June 13

Crealde offers over 100 art classes and workshops in painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, paper and textiles, photography, stained glass and jewelry design. Classes are held at Crealde’s scenic main campus in Winter Park; at the Hannibal Square Heritage Center; and at the Jessie Brock Community Center in Winter Garden, with something for all ages. Call 407-671-1886 after April 18, or see all classes at www.crealde.org.

ART CLASSES AT CREALDE
Summer Adult Session starts June 13. Register by May 21 and get a $15 Early Bird discount!
Crealde offers over 100 classes and workshops in painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, photography, stained glass and jewelry design. Classes are held at Crealde’s scenic main campus in Winter Park; at the Hannibal Square Heritage Center; and at the Jessie Brock Community Center in Winter Garden, with something for all ages. Call 407-671-1886 to register.

 

HIGHLIGHT: JEWELRY DESIGN CLASS
Introduction to Jewelry Design, with Instructor Stefan Alexandres, Saturday, 10:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m. Studio 7. Four week class starts June 18. Class #TD173. Learn fabrication methods to design and create wearable jewelry in copper, brass, and silver. Processes include filigree, stone setting, soldering, filing, embossing, coloring, and polishing. Members $195 • Non-Members $215


Summer ArtCamp is taking registrations now! It is nearly half full so call today. Central Florida’s original ArtCamp features one- and two-week sessions where children ages 4- 17 can explore their creativity in photography, print making, ceramics, or drawing. Choose from 6 ArtCamp sessions, June 13 to August 4. Also offering Summer classes which meet once a week for 6 weeks. For ArtCamp details please call 407-671-1886 or see www.crealde.org.
NOTE: Session 1 is sold out.

NEXT WORKSHOPS AT CREALDE


Create Fused Glass Jewelry with Tammy Lennox, June 4, 10a.m.–2p.m. in Studio 7
Registration Deadline May 28. Enjoy this fascinating introduction to glass fusing and kiln fired glass. See the kiln fired, be introduced to and learn about dazzling glass, basic glass cutting skills and design elements for wearable art. Expect to create five or six pieces of jewelry, which will be ready for the pick up the following weekend. Materials included.

Members $110, Non-Members $130. Tammy has been a glass artist, and assisted with major stained glass church restorations and residential commissions for over 16 years.

 

The Expressive Figure In Oil with Stacy Barter, June 6, 7, 8. Registration Deadline May 28.
Learn to paint figurative subjects by exploring how color and warm and cool temperatures affect flesh tones. Emphasis will be placed on finding accuracy, while bravely leaving fresh and expressive passages consisting of lost edges and merging values. This will be an energetic, fun experience, along with plenty of guidance. Members $305 • Non-Members $325. Stacy is an award-winning exhibiting artist and Crealde faculty member.


 

Crealdé’s popular Summer ArtCamp is taking registrations now!

Choose from 6 sessions, for ages 4 to 16, from June 13 to August 4.

Call to register or just click here:   http://www.crealde.org/yap.html

 


Pledge, Register and Save!
When you contribute to the United Arts Campaign and designate Crealdé:
• $50 donation: receive a subscription to the popular Orlando Arts Magazine.
• $100 or more: receive the above plus a United Arts Card, which gives you an instant discount of 15% on all Crealde classes, workshops, and Summer ArtCamp, as well as discounts at over 20 Central Florida Arts and Cultural organizations. Plus Crealde membership at the donor level, which entitles you to an additional 10% discount on workshops!
• $250 or more: receive all the above and a $275 gift certificate book from Tolla’s Restaurant in Winter Park
Just designate your tax-deductible gift to Crealde, and send it to United Arts before April 30. Your generous gift will help us reach our goal of raising $45,000. On behalf of the greater community we serve, thank you in advance for making this goal a reality!


CLASSES AT CREALDE: Summer Session starts June 13

Crealde offers over 100 art classes and workshops in painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, paper and textiles, photography, stained glass and jewelry design. Classes are held at Crealde’s scenic main campus in Winter Park; at the Hannibal Square Heritage Center; and at the Jessie Brock Community Center in Winter Garden, with something for all ages. Call 407-671-1886 or see all classes at www.crealde.org.

 

NEXT WORKSHOPS AT CREALDE

 

The Expressive Figure In Oil with Stacy Barter, June 6, 7, 8. Registration Deadline May 28.
Learn to paint figurative subjects by exploring how color and warm and cool temperatures affect flesh tones. Emphasis will be placed on finding accuracy, while bravely leaving fresh and expressive passages consisting of lost edges and merging values. This will be an energetic, fun experience, along with plenty of guidance. Members $305 • Non-Members $325

 

Create Fused Glass Jewelry with Tammy Lennox, June 4. Registration Deadline May 28.

This workshop is an introduction to glass fusing and kiln fired glass. Students will see the kiln fired and learn about dazzling glass, basic glass cutting skills and design elements for wearable art. Expect to create five or six pieces of jewelry, which will be ready for pick up the following weekend. Materials included; additional tools and supplies available from instructor. Members $110, Non-Members $130
Tammy has assisted with major stained glass church restorations and residential commissions for over 16 years.


 
Crealdé’s popular Summer ArtCamp can be found at crealde.org under Classes & Workshops, Young Artist Program; see all camps at lower left.
 
Visit Crealdé’s booth with free art projects for kids, promoting our summer Art Camp at these events: Spring Fever in Winter Garden on Saturday, April 9 and Lake Eola Playground festival on Sunday, May 1.


 

See Scenic Switzerland Through Your Own Lens


Is a photographic tour of Switzerland on your “One Day I’m Going to...” list? Maybe it should be. You have the opportunity to have your eyes opened to the beauty, history and scenic splendor of Switzerland with an internationally acclaimed, Swiss-born photographer. Travel in a small group of no more than eight culturally savvy travelers and experience total immersion into the Swiss culture.

 

Crealde School of Art offers you fulfillment of a dream with the BiAnnual Photographic Tour of Switzerland with Peter Schreyer, May 7 through 15, 2011. Schreyer, executive director of Crealde, is recognized for his documentary projects that celebrate history and heritage of communities throughout the world. Over the past 20 years, he has crafted photographic tours to his native country that appeal to photographers at all levels of skill.

 

"Peter takes you to the most scenic places in Switzerland to enjoy the wonder and beauty that surrounds you. You travel in a private van and all your needs are taken care of!"

--Darryl Golden

 

"Going to Switzerland with Peter twice was one of the most rewarding travel experiences of my life. Both times I got fantastic photos of this beautiful country. One of the benefits of going with Peter, being this is his birthplace, is he speaks the language and knows the country and all the back roads." --Suzanne Nelson

 

This is truly an insiders view of contemporary Switzerland that embraces the 700 year history and extraordinary physical beauty of a country whose name conjures romantic images of snow-capped mountains, quaint villages, medieval castles, charming farmhouses and vineyards.

 

Hike through the Alpine region in the shadow of the Eiger North Wall, visit the Chillon Castle nestled in the Swiss Riviera, taste delicious raclette in the town of Gruyere, visit a traditional wood crafting village, dine in hand-selected restaurants and stay in the comfort of deluxe hotels. But, most importantly, have your camera ready for the shots that will keep this amazing journey with you for a lifetime.

 

The Photographic Tour of Switzerland with Peter Schreyer includes photographic guidance and instruction throughout the trip. Also included are eight nights in deluxe hotels, all ground transportation, daily buffet breakfasts and two group dinners, and all local transfers. Photographic guidance and instruction throughout the trip by tri-lingual tour guide. Personal assistance with trip and equipment preparation prior to departure. Tuition for this photographic tour is $2,250 for Crealde members and $2,300 for non-members. Airfare is not included. A deposit of $750 is due by March 1.

 

For additional information, please contact Peter Schreyer at Crealde School of Art, 407-671-1886, or at 407-797-5168, or online at www.crealde.org.


Third Annual Winter Park Paint Out This Spring

The Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens hosts the Third Annual Winter Park Paint Out during the last week of April 2011.  Twenty-eight of Florida’s finest “plein air” artists will be painting throughout Winter Park capturing local landscapes and landmarks with oils, watercolors and pastels.

The public is invited to stop by the museum and gardens all week long to see recently completed works, watch artists painting in the gardens, and to attend free painting demonstrations.  Artwork produced during the paint out will be for sale with a portion of the proceeds going to sup­port the preser­va­tion, main­te­nance and oper­a­tion of the museum and gardens.

Plein air, a French term meaning “in the open air,” describes artworks painted outdoors with the subject directly in view, rather than being created in a studio. Plein air artists capture the spirit and essence of a landscape or subject by incorporating natural light, color and movement into their works.

The paint out concludes with a special ticketed evening event - The Paint Out Garden Party, which takes place from 6pm-9pm on Saturday, April 30. All artists will be present and patrons are able to discuss and purchase their works. Tickets for The Paint Out Garden Party are available through the Polasek Museum and are priced at $35 in advance, $50 at the door.

Call the museum at (407) 647-6294 for additional information or visit the paint out web site at www.winterparkpaintout.org.

 

 

Free Painting Demonstrations

Sat­ur­day, April 23
1:00 to 3:00 PM

Brenda Hofre­iter, Oil Paint­ing Demon­stra­tion
Intro­duc­tion to Plein Air - Basics of plein air oil paint­ing, set ups, practical field tips, basic composition and tools, begin­ning oil sketch, and basic block in techniques.

Tues­day, April 26
10:00 to 12:00 Noon

Trish Vev­era, Oil Paint­ing Demon­stra­tion
Abstract­ing Reality - Using the out­doors as a source of inspi­ra­tion, Trish trans­lates the essence of a landscape into color, tex­ture and shape. Begin­ning with a dynamic organic composition, she demonstrates how to add large color shapes to a paint­ing to sim­plify the landscape.

Wednes­day, April 27
10:00 to 12:00 Noon

Robert Simone, Oil Paint­ing Demon­stra­tion
Tonal Paint­ing - Demon­stra­tion of tonal paint­ing, a tech­nique that infuses a paint­ing with a dom­i­nant tone in a com­pressed value range. Tonal paint­ings are meant to be evoca­tive rather than nar­ra­tive and often depict dusk or dawn.

Thurs­day, April 28
10:00 to 12:00 Noon

Stew­art Jones, Water­color Demon­stra­tion
Water­color En Plein Air- Water­color is an excel­lent medium for cap­tur­ing flow­ers in the land­scape when paint­ing en plein air. Stew­art shows how to work from light to dark in order to cap­ture the essence of a scene. His tech­nique uses abstract lay­ers of light val­ues and darker pat­terns to pro­duce a unique water­color painting.

Fri­day, April 29
10:00 to 12:00 Noon

Berto Ortega, Acrylics Demon­stra­tion
Acrylics as a Sub­sti­tute for Oils - Acrylics are a rel­a­tively new medium com­pared to oil paints. Both medi­ums can achieve very sim­i­lar results - a dynamic paint­ing, but with very dif­fer­ent techniques. Ortega com­pares and con­trasts the two medi­ums, then shows how to get oil-like results with fast-drying acrylic paints.



 

Take Class With Emotions Dance

Every Tuesday night, Emotions Dance company opens our doors to the community to take class with us. Join us from 9-11pm at Starz Studios (109 State Road 436 in Casselberry) for Contemporary dance class. Class is only $10 and all levels are encouraged to give it a try.

Are you a studio owner?? Emotions Dance is available for master classes!

Artistic Director, Larissa Humiston, is also available to come to your studio to teach master level classes in Ballet, Jazz, Modern, Lyrical, Improvisational Movement and Contemporary, or sign up for private lessons at a day and time that is convenient for you. We also offer specialized performances tailored for your studio, class, or event. Please contact 407-788-1659 for more information.



Fun Spring Youth and Family Programs


 

Sketching in the Galleries for Families 

March 27 / 1:30 - 2:30pm. "Research the Art of the Ancient Americas" provides sketching in the tradition of the masters.  Materials provided.  

 

Spring Art Camp 2011* 

March 28 - April 1 / 9am - 4pm. Enjoy a week or just come for a day to explore art from various cultures and to create in paint or sculpture.

  

*For more information, or to register for these programs, call 407 896 4231 x262.

 



Middle School Art Club

 

Every Monday students grades 6 to 8 are invited to participate in the free Middle School Art Club at the Leesburg Center for the Arts including student led projects, guest artists, and opportunities to participate in Art Exhibits. http://www.leesburgcenter4arts.com


Leesburg Center for the Arts Announces

Art Zone for Kids

 

Leesburg, Florida - The Art Zone takes place the first Saturday of each month inside the Leesburg Center for the Arts. Children ages 4 to 12 will experience art in many forms as they create "Under the Sea" projects this Saturday, May 1.

Art Zone is scheduled from 9am to 11am and is only $15 per student. Advanced Registration is required, so sign up early. Plan to come dressed for a mess. Click this link to print a registration form.

Spring Art Zone for Kids

Paint, draw and sculpt exhibit-ready artwork in the studio of the Leesburg Center for the Arts. Learn how to recreate works from the Masters that reflect the freshness of spring. Take home artwork that you will be proud to exhibit for your family and friends.

Ages 4 to 7 can attend for $15. Ages 8 to 12 can attend for $20. Advanced registration is required. Plan to come dressed for a mess. Art Zone is sponsored by Leesburg Regional Medical Center and Leesburg Sunset Rotary Club.


Click here for printable registration form

SCRAPBOOKING FOR ADULTS

 

Come to the Leesburg Center for the Arts on the first Wednesday of every month from 9am to 12pm for Open Studio Scrapbooking for Adults. There is no fee to participate. Just bring your materials, photos, and adhesives and enjoy room to spread out, sharing ideas with other scrapbookers and try out some new equipment such as the Cricut, Sizzix and Xyron.

http://www.leesburgcenter4arts.com

 

FIGURE DRAWING WORKSHOP

 

This class covers the fundamentals of figurative drawing. Students work from a live model. Some critique and instruction is available, but students work primarily on their own. No registration required. Just come on the nights that you can.

 
 

Mad Cow Theatre offers professional adult acting classes, including Acting Essentials (basics) and The Actor’s Process (advanced).


Story Time at Leu Gardens

Harry P. Leu Gardens and Orange County Library System present Story Time at Leu Gardens the First Monday of each month excluding holidays sponsored by Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children.  Children will hear stories, participate in songs and rhymes.  Enjoy a favorite story or hear a new one.  It’s Free!  Don’t forget to explore the 50-acre botanical gardens including the butterfly garden with amazing chrysalis displays after story time.  Leu Gardens is located at 1920 North Forest Avenue, Orlando, 32803.  Garden admission is free all day the first Monday of every month.  For more information please contact the Leu Gardens at 407-246-2620 or visit www.leugardens.org for details. 

Story time breakdown:

10:00  - 10:15 am         18 months and younger (5 minute break)                      
10:20 – 10:35 am         Toddlers                                   (5 minute break)                                  
10:40 – 11:00   am        3 - 5 year olds                                     


Bring the Whole Family
Families with elementary-school-age children can now tour the Museum's latest special exhibition using a new family brochure designed to make the show fun for all ages. The family guide for The Virtues of Simplicity—American Arts and Crafts from the Morse Collection includes historical tidbits, a scavenger hunt, and questions to get the family talking about the Arts and Crafts movement. Children under the age of 12 receive free admission. You may also view this family guide as a PDF file online.

 


ART CLASSES
Take a look at the summer art class schedule offered by Gallery on First, our sister gallery here in the Hotchkiss building.

Click here for a detailed class schedule.
Jeanine Taylor Art Gallery | 211 East First Street | Sanford | FL | 32771


Family Fun Workshops
Saturdays, 10:30am - 12:00pm

Cost: FREE for everyone
Family Fun Workshops provide a safe, fun environment for families to participate together in hands-on activities led by an art educator.

 

Polk Museum of Art
800 East Palmetto Street
Lakeland, Florida 33801-5529
T 863.688.7743 F 863.688.2611
WWW.POLKMUSEUMOFART.ORG



BRING THE KIDS: QUEST FAMILY GUIDE NOW AVAILABLE
The Museum has produced a new brochure for Quest of Beauty—Louis Comfort Tiffany’s Life and Art designed especially for families with elementary-school-aged children. Ask for this free four-page guide at the Visitor Services Desk. It includes activities and questions for families to complete as they walk through the exhibition examining Tiffany’s art through five phases of his life. The brochure is also available as a PDF file for downloading at www.morsemuseum.org. Children under age 12 receive free admission to the Museum.


"Downtown Crop" Scrapbooking Session
at the Leesburg Center for the Arts in
Historic Downtown Leesburg
3rd Saturday of each month
9am to 2pm
Click here to print registration form


Classes Begin week of April 4th

To register call 407.539.2181 ext 254 

 

 

SKETCH CLUB FOR PORTRAIT/FIGURATIVE PAINTING & DRAWING
Thursdays 7:00 - 9:30 p.m. No tuition.
Model fee: $15.00 Non-members, $10.00 Members.
GERMAINE MARVEL BUILDING
Students will have the opportunity to draw and paint from a live model. Each week will alternate between long and short poses.
Class will not have instruction, only occasional critiques.
SCHEDULE for Life drawing @ MAC
Every Thursday 7:00 – 9:30 pm
Germaine Marvel Building- 210 W. Packwood Ave

More details: www.maitlandartcenter.org


MIDDLE SCHOOL ART CLUB

Art Club for students in grades 6, 7 and 8 has begun at the Leesburg Center for the Arts. This is an opportunity for middle school students to continue their art education and interests throughout their middle school careers. Students from both public and private schools are invited to participate.

Students will participate in workshops including computer graphic art training, pastels, portrait drawing and many other mediums. They will have opportunities to exhibit their work, meet professional artists and attend field trips to area galleries and museums.

The Art Club is a community service project of the Leesburg Center for the Arts. This program is free to any student wishing to participate.

It's not too early to sign up for the October classes at the Leesburg Center for the Arts. Visit our website to find information on:


The Art Club for Middle School Students and Figure Drawing for Adults will also be meeting every Tuesday in the month of October.

http://www.leesburgcenter4arts.com


"Illustration Station" Workshop
Don't sit in the house... On a hot summer day... Come to the Center for the Arts... We'll paint and model clay! On Monday you'll meet... The Cat in the Hat... You'll paint him, you'll sculpt him... You'll do this and that! One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish... On Tuesday for snack we'll have crackers of goldfish! Brown Bear, Brown Bear... What do you see?... I see fingerpaint on Wednesday... And it's all over me! Thursday arrives...The Tiny Seed is the book...Will we plant a flower?...just come take a look! Friday's the day...the one we've waited for...our parents will come...just imagine what's in store! A song and a snack...our art on display...some made with paint...some made with clay!

Classes for Adults (Ages 18 & Up)

Life Drawing
Moderator Led
Class meets Tuesday Evenings from 7 – 9 p.m.
Ongoing Class
Class Fee: $10 per week
This class covers the fundamentals of figurative drawing. Students work from a live model. Some critique and instruction is available, but students work primarily on their own.

Workshops for Adults (Ages 18 and Up)

OPEN STUDIO time is available every Friday 9 a.m.- 12 p.m. for artists looking for a place to meet other artists and work on their own artwork. Specialized equipment is available.
FREE for Members and $5.00 for non- members.

SassyKat Basket Class
429 W. Magnolia Street
Historic Downtown Leesburg, Florida 34749
10:00am until the last basket is complete

SassyKat Baskets presents classes in traditional Appalachian Basketry every 2nd Saturday of the month at the Leesburg Center for the Arts. It's fun! Classes start at 10:00am and go until the last basket is finished. We'll take a lunch break around noon, so bring a snack or come along with the gang to a nearby cafe in Historic Downtown Leesburg for a quick bite. Dress casually, and be prepared to get a little messy-we work with damp materials. The Appalachian Mountain chain stretches down the east coast of the United States, from Maine to Georgia. Professional Instructor Katy Avram uses many of the traditional Appalachian shapes and techniques in her baskets. These have been tested thru time, and have proven themselves to be functional as well as pleasing to the eye. So don't miss out on a minute of the fun. Never again say, "I've always wanted to," but take this opportunity to say "Guess what I did!"

Click here for more information on courses available at the Leesburg Center for the Arts

LEESBURG CENTER FOR THE ARTS
429 West Magnolia Street, P.O. Box 492857, Leesburg, Florida 34749-2857
Phone: 352-365-0232, Fax: 352-315-1152, Email: Info@LeesburgCenter4Arts.com

 


Gulf Coast


 

Learn About the Music Business at Pre-Heat: Music Industry Workshops
Saturday, May 14 :: Noon-5PM :: @CL Space (1911 N. 13th St. #W-200, Ybor City) :: $5

Musicians, producers and DJs: Interested in growing your fanbase?
Creating better sounding demos? Learning how to book a DIY tour?
Don't miss this day full of educational workshops and industry networking opportunities.
Featuring David Lowery from Cracker, Tony Michaelides, DJ Lazy, Keith Ulrey, Leilani Polk,
Jesse Rosoff, Mike Bagley and other scene makers in Tampa Bay.
For more info and ticketing visit http://cltampa.com/tampa/preheatmusicworkshops/Page



DFAC Summer Camp Open House Slated for April 29

How do you make an already successful Summer Camp Program even better? “MORE is better” according to Todd Still, Director of Youth Education at the Dunedin Fine Art Center. This year the camp expands to offer full day options for the youngest campers, a mural camp, programs for teens as well as a separate DFAC on Stage, Theater Camp. “We’re trying to offer the breadth of programs that parents are looking for” says Mr. Still.

Ken Hannon the Director of Communications for DFAC feels the camps are growing because of the positive experience the children are having. “Studies show” he notes “that children who study art, end up doing better in ALL of their studies, so that makes our programs pretty popular with parents too!”

The Summer Camp Programs which run from June 13th  through August 19th  provide exciting camp experiences for children 4.5 – 14 years old.  The offerings include:

Mini-Masters - (ages 4.5-5 years) 9 am – 12 noon OR 9 am – 3 pm, Mon. – Fri.
Sizzlin’ Summer / Visual Art - (ages 6-10 years) 9 am – 3 pm, Mon. - Fri.
Mural Madness - (ages 8-12 years) 9 am – 3 pm, Mon. - Fri.
DFAC on Stage Theater Camp - (ages 8-14 years) 9 am – 3 pm, Mon. - Fri.
Art Squad - (ages 11- 14 years) 9:00 am – 3:00 pm, Mon. - Fri.

Scholarships and after-care are available.

An Open House is planned for Friday, April 29th  from 6-8pm. This event will be the LAST opportunity to take advantage of early-registration discount!

DFAC Summer Art Camps 2011 – June 13th  through August 19th , 2011.
Dunedin Fine Art Center – 1143 Michigan Blvd. – Dunedin, FL – 727.298.DFAC – www.dfac.org

 

 

Summer Art Classes at DFAC present a World of possibilities.

What is the earliest memory you have about the creative freedom of art? Perhaps it’s the smell of a new box of crayons as you first opened them, or the tremendous feeling of the clay squishing between your fingers as you squeezed it. A blank sheet of paper, a ball of clay and a world of possibilities.

Those possibilities of course are still there inside of you. The Dunedin Fine Art Center just wants to help you realize them.  There are no grades in their classes, no failure, just the reward of freeing your creativity.

The Dunedin Fine Art Center’s Gladys Douglas School of the Arts is currently registering for Summer classes, with discounted tuition rates for DFAC Members.  Daytime, evening and weekend classes are available as well as one day to week-long workshops in a variety of media. Register now for the Summer I session: June 6th – July 17th, Summer II session: July 18th   – August 28th ,   or Workshops May 30th – June 5th. Please call 727.298.DFAC to register or visit the Dunedin Fine Art Center at 1143 Michigan Blvd., Dunedin, Florida 34698. Class information and registration is available on the web at: www.dfac.org.

 

DFAC Summer Camp Offerings Available for Registration

How do you make an already successful Summer Camp Program even better? “MORE is better” according to Todd Still, Director of Youth Education at the Dunedin Fine Art Center. This year the camp offers programs for teens as well as a separate DFAC on Stage and Mural Madness Camps. “We’re trying to offer the breadth of programs that parents are looking for” says Mr. Still.

George Ann Bissett, the Executive Director of  DFAC feels the camps are growing because of the positive experience the children are having. “Studies show” she notes “that children who study art, end up doing better in ALL of their studies, so that makes our programs pretty popular with parents too!”

The Summer Camp Programs which run from June 13th through August 19th provide exciting camp experiences for children 4.5 – 14 years old.  The offerings include:

Mini-Masters - (ages 4.5-5 years) 9:00 am – 12:00 noon, OR 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Mon. – Fri.
Sizzlin’ Summer / Visual Art - (ages 6-10 years) 9:00 am – 3:00 pm, Mon. - Fri.
Mural Madness- (ages 8-12 years) 9:00 am – 3:00 pm, Mon. - Fri.
DFAC on Stage- (ages 8-14 years) 9:00 am – 3:00 pm, Mon. - Fri.
Art Squad - (ages 11- 14 years) 9:00 am – 3:00 pm, Mon. - Fri.

Scholarships and after-care and lunch are available.

DFAC Summer Art Camps 2011 – June 13th through August 19th, 2011.
Dunedin Fine Art Center – 1143 Michigan Blvd. – Dunedin, FL – 727.298.DFAC – www.dfac.org


Kids RULE Second Sundays at the Dunedin Fine Art Center

The Second Sunday of every month features Second Sunday Family Flicks at the Dunedin Fine Art Center. Sponsored by ParentGuide Magazine and the Kids First Film Festival. Movies are FREE and drinks and popcorn will be available for a minimal amount. Stay after the film for a hands-on interactive artistic experience in the David L. Mason Children's Art Museum.

ALSO the Second Sunday of every month, the Tampa Bay Balloon Jammers put together an afternoon of squeaky fun! What CAN you make out of balloons? Find out at the Second Sunday Balloon Jam! Come be AMAZED by this FREE demonstration from 1:30-4:00pm on Sunday November 8th!

For more information this and other DFAC programs visit www.dfac.org, call 727-298-DFAC, or email kidstuff@dfac.org

Dunedin Fine Art Center - 1143 Michigan Blvd. - Dunedin, FL 34698

 


Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art Offers Docent Tours on Sundays
The Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art offers complimentary docent tours every Sunday at 2 p.m. Tours include the permanent collection galleries and the exhibition on view in the changing exhibition galleries. Please meet at the front desk in the Museum Lobby.

The permanent galleries, Artistic Journeys, chronicle the 20th century through the works of Abraham Rattner, Esther Gentle, Allen Leepa and their contemporaries. Rattner was an internationally known figurative expressionist who spent many years in Paris and New York. His work is featured in many museums around the world including the Museum of Modern Art and the Vatican.

The interactive gallery, Challenge of Modern Art, is the only one of its kind on the west coast of Florida and showcases the only full scale replica of Pablo Picasso’s Guernica, complete with an audio-visual explanation of the piece.

Changing exhibitions hosted at the museum include traveling exhibitions, works from the museum’s collection and student shows.

The Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art is located just west of U.S. Highway 19 at 600 Klosterman Road, Tarpon Springs on the Tarpon Springs Campus of St Petersburg College. Museum hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday; evening hours are Thursdays, 5 to 9, and Sunday hours are 1 to 5 p.m. Admission is $5 for adults, $4 for seniors and free to children and students with ID. Sunday admission is free to all and docent tours are offered at 2 p.m. The museum is closed on Mondays and major holidays. For information or directions please contact the museum, (727) 712-5762.


Nude Landscape - Photography workshop and lectures
From the Studio to the Gallery: An Ongoing Collaboration between The Arts Center and the Museum of Fine Arts, St. Pete. Call The Arts Center, 727-822-7872 for reservations and details

 


East Coast

2nd Saturday Workshop Series!

May 14th, 2011
10:00 am - Noon

 

 Vocal Techniques and Mock Audition
 
Spend a morning with some of S.Y.T.C.'s most talented guest and resident teaching artists and directors. Learn singing techniques, a song to sing for an audition, receive sheet music to give to a pianist at an audition!  Student will also receive Monologues, and receive instruction on how to perfect them.  All participants will take part in a mock audition and receive personal feedback from instructors. 

 

Who Can Attend?

2nd Saturday Workshop Series classes are designed and available for students ages 8-18.

Cost

Each class requires a fee of $10.00

Where is Class Held?

This master class will be held at the Athens Theatre

on the main stage.

124 N. Florida Ave. DeLand, FL 

How to Register

Download form here

or

Send an email to:

youththeater@athenstheatre.org


Sands Youth Theater Company
It's Summer Camp Time!

The Sands Youth Theater Company will be hosting four 2-week camps during the summer.  In each two week camp, students will be singing, dancing, and acting - developing their confidence, presentation skills, creativity and knowledge of theatre. These camps will provide experiences and opportunities that promote critical thinking and problem solving skills; actively engaging all students in learning activities to last a lifetime!

 

"The Building Blocks ofPutting on a Show"

 

June 13th - 24th

9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Elementary Camp

for Ages 5-12

 

 

"Project Broadway!"

 

June 27th - July 8th

9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Middle/High School Camp

Ages 12-18

 

 

"Camp Create"

 

July 11th - 22nd

9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Elementary Camp

Ages 5-12

 

 

"Lights, Camera, Action!"

 

July 25th - August 5th

9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Elementary/Middle School Camp

Ages 5-14


Extended day times are available for working parents.  Summer Camps
 will be held at the

Athens Theatre/Athens Theatre Annex Building,

124 N Florida Avenue, DeLand, FL

  

For much more information or to register,

send an email to:  youththeater@athenstheatre.org or

 


 

BASIC DRAWING AND OIL PORTRAIT PAINTING
At Owens' studio or the student's home. Ongoing private instruction. Flexible hours.

This is an ongoing private class designed for one or two people. It may be held in the student's home or at Brian Owens' studio in Deltona. For one student in his studio: The price is $20 per hour with a 3-hour minimum. For two students in his studio: The price is $30 per hour with a 3-hour minimum. A reasonable charge for mileage will be added if he travels more than 30 miles from his studio (one way) to the student. Materials and supplies are not included.

Owens was featured in the November 2006 Art Spotlight. He specializes in teaching basic "classical" skills that will form a foundation the student can build on. Owens will tailor his instruction to match the student's level of skill and personal artistic goals. If the "goal" is unknown, that's fine too. The content, pace and density of the
instruction is fully adjustable. The student's level of skill isn't nearly as important as his or her state of mind and desire to learn. Owens will recommend specific materials and supplies prior to the class.

For more information kindly contact Brian Owens directly at 386-956-1724 or Email brian@brianowensart.com. To see his work kindly visit his web site at www.brianowensart.com


Southeast & Keys


 


Session 5&6 classes now online!
Register now. visit armoryart.org or call 561.832.1776 

 


Arts Ballet Theatre of Florida

Vladimir Issaev, Artistic Director 

 

July 5 to July 30

 

CLASSICAL BALLET SEMINAR OF RUSSIAN TECHNIQUE

In conjunction with the Vaganova Ballet Academy in Saint Petersburg, Russia 

 

Auditions open by appointment 

Polonaise Dance

Four Levels

Students  

ages 10 to 22



Ballet, Pointe,
Boys Class,
Variations,
Pas de Deux,
Character,
Modern,
Flamenco, Pilates©



For information: www.artsballettheatre.org

Pas de Deux

 

Character

 

Arts Ballet Theatre of Florida

15939 Biscayne Boulevard - North Miami Beach, Fl 33160

Tel. 305 948 4777


 

Summer Film Camp at the Gables Cinema


We will be partnering with the Florida Film Institute and hosting a summer film camp at the Cinema from June 20 to July 27. Middle school and high school students are eligible to attend the workshops that meet on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 10:00am to 1:00 p.m. The camp gives students the opportunity to focus on essential and practical aspects of commercial motion picture production, including script preparation, cinematography, lighting, sound recording, directing, acting and music. The program will feature instruction by South Florida Film Industry professionals. Registration and more information is npw available online at www.flfilminstitute.org or by calling 305.891.3456. The deadline is June 1st, 2011 and places are limited. The workshops are $495.00 total for 6 weeks.


 

 

The Florida Center for the Literary Arts at Miami Dade College presents the Writers Institute

 

Register today for intensive creative writing workshops with renowned authors.


The Novel: From Chaos to Coherence with John Dufresne

Writing Poetry with Elizabeth Alexander

Writing in the First Person with Jonathan Raban

Writing the Unthinkable with Lynda Barry

The Short Story, from Inspiration to Completion with Madison Smartt Bell

Stories from Life with Greg Bottoms

and 
a four-day workshop in Spanish--

Un taller sobre la novela con Martín Solares

Plus manuscript consultations with agents

and the chance to pitch your story to a panel of book industry insiders.

Workshops limited to 15 students or less.

Affordable registration fees starting at $40!

Don’t miss this great opportunity to improve your writing!

 

The Writers Institute

Miami Dade College, Wolfson Campus
 - Downtown Miami

For more information and to register,

please visit www.flcenterlitarts.com or call 305.237.3023.



 


PALM BEACH STATE COLLEGE

Palm Beach Gardens Campus

announces its 2011

Teen Summer Theatre Program

at the Eissey Campus Theatre

June 20 – July 1

 

Palm Beach State College will be conducting a Teen Summer Theatre Program at the Eissey Campus Theatre on its Palm Beach Gardens Campus for teens ages 13 – 16. The program will run from June 20 – July 1, Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. and end in a free performance on July 1. A maximum of 25 students will be accepted into the program. Tuition is $375 for the two weeks.

To sign up for the program, or if you have further questions,

please contact the Theatre Administration offices

at (561) 207-5905 or denholmn@palmbeachstate.edu

      Students will write and produce their own original show…and in the process they will study acting, playwriting, movement, voice/diction, script analysis, improvisation and theatre games. They’ll also learn about scenic design/carpentry, lighting and sound. And to keep things fun… we will have movie-time, popcorn and make-your-own sundae day! The program will be team-taught by theatre professionals Beverly Blanchette and Edward Blanchette from the Alexander W. Dreyfoos, Jr. School of the Arts.



Greater Miami Youth Symphony Announces 2011 Summer Camp Registration is Open

The Greater Miami Youth Symphony announces its 5th annual Summer Music Camp.  The summer camp schedule will be an exciting action-packed schedule full of ensemble performance and exciting music elective opportunities.  Each student will participate in small and large ensembles, recitals, gala concerts, instrument technique classes, and electives such as improvisation and music appreciation.  Students in intermediate camp will also participate in physical fitness and arts-based literacy classes.  Financial scholarships are avalable.  Students with disabilities are also encouraged to apply.

The summer camp dates and locations are:
Advanced Camp: June 13-July 1, South Miami-Dade Cultural Center
Intermediate Camp: June 13- July 22, South Miami High School
Beginners Camp: July 25- August 12, Deering Estate at Cutler & Atala Montessori School, Homestead


Details

Intermediate and Advanced sessions are open to strings, wind, brass, and percussion students, and require teacher recommendation.  Beginners camp is open to students with no prior experience on a musical instrument.  Beginner students will learn basic instrumental skills along with participating in other fun and enriching musical activities.  Summer camp staff will include existing GMYS artistic staff, local public school music teachers, as well as renowned musicians and artists.

For more information, including registration forms, please click here


Arts Ballet Theatre of Florida
Summer Intensive Program 2011

July 5 to July 30

 

CLASSICAL BALLET SEMINAR OF RUSSIAN TECHNIQUE

In conjunction with the Vaganova Ballet Academy in Saint Petersburg, Russia 

 

Auditions open by appointment 

 

Four Levels

Students ages 10 to 22

Ballet, Pointe, Boys Class, Variations, Pas de Deux, Character, Modern, Flamenco, Pilates©

For information: www.artsballettheatre

Arts Ballet Theatre of Florida

15939 Biscayne Boulevard - North Miami Beach, Fl 33160

Tel. 305 948 4777


 

 

Registration is now open for our spring creative writing courses for writers of all levels! 

Registration required. Space is limited.

 

To register: visit www.flcenterlitarts.com or call 305-237-3023.

 

Discounted rates for MDC students and employees! 

All courses take place at Miami Dade College's Wolfson Campus, Downtown Miami

 



 

SPRING CLASS REGISTRATION has started!
EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT  $35.00 off tuition
if paid in full by January 10!Visit www.insideouttheatre.org for class schedule and registration
Call 954.385.3060 for more information on shows and classes


 

Free Legal Clinic Night for Artists & Arts Orgs
Focus on your passions instead of your legal preoccupations.

Thursday, March 31, 2011 / 6:00 - 9:00pm

 

Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP
Wachovia Financial Center, Suite 5300
200 South Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, FL 33131

 

Food & refreshments generously provided by Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP

 

LegalArt's Free Legal Clinic Night for Artists and Arts Organizations is designed to empower South Florida artists by providing them with the legal support and guidance they need to excel in their artistic endeavors. This one-night clinic is a vital resource for Miami's art community, as it provides artists and arts organizations the opportunity to converse with attorneys and ask questions in an unintimidating environment that invites discussion.

 

The Free Legal Clinic Night offers a more informal opportunity for artists to interact with attorneys and discuss any current or envisioned legal issues in areas of the law including but not limited to: breach of contract, non-profit fiscal sponsorship, copyright, trademark and other intellectual property concerns, entertainment, real estate, estate planning, family, immigration, incorporation and other business related questions.


The Legal Clinic Night is free with Membership ($30 annual fee for individuals, $45 for organizations) Become a Member

 

Registration
Artists and arts organizations must register in advance to have their individual legal issues addressed at the Free Legal Clinic Night. Space is limited. To register: fill out our quick, easy, and confidential New Artist Registration Form (scroll halfway down the page). Please register by March 18, 2010.

 

Please note: This is a one time consultation, attorneys are not providing ongoing representation. Individuals will have appointments with their assigned attorneys and consultations will take 30-60 minutes.

 

For more information: please contact Jared Kalmanson, LegalLink Coordinator at legallink@legalartmiami.org

 


BAC Education
The BAC is striving to engage the local community with contemporary art and ideas through educational programming and community outreach.
The first of a series of programs, the internship/mentorship program is currently running. Programs currently being developed to commence in January are: Junior Portfolio Development and Community Youth Programs..


BAC Open Figure Drawing Sessions

 
No instruction
Seating is available on first come first serve basis
 Please bring your own materials
Drawing boards will be provided
Please silence cell phones during session
 
The Bakehouse Art Complex is located at
561 NW 32nd Street
Miami, FL 33127
www.bacfl.org



Youth Show Chorus
Ten classes held on Mondays (Feb. 28, March 7, March 21, March 28, April 11, April 18, April 25, May 2, May 9, and May 16, 2011):
4 to 6 p.m. (grades 1-8); Hollywood Central Performing Arts Center, 1770 Monroe St. (US-1 and Monroe Street); cost is $200 for members and $225 for non-members.

Private Piano, Guitar, and Voice Instruction
Lessons are given by appointment only. (Class geared to ages 6 and up.)
Cost per one hour lesson is $55 for members and $60 for non-members. A six-lesson package costs $300 for members and $330 for non-members.

To register or receive more information, call 954.921.3274 or visit ArtAndCultureCenter.org.


Drop-In Figure Drawing
Second Thursday of each month (Jan. 13, Feb. 10, March 10, and April 14, 2011):
7 to 9 p.m.; Center’s Arts School, 1626 Harrison St.; cost per class is $15 for members and $20 for non-members.

 
The Center’s 2010/2011 adult art class season will conclude in spring 2011 with an exhibition of student work for family and friends. For registration and more information, call 954.921.3274 or visit ArtandCultureCenter.org.

One-on-One Voice Lessons

Private voice instruction is available for people ages 6 and up, regardless of skill level. Perfect for individuals preparing for auditions and competitions, private voice instruction develops proper breathing, stage presence and delivery; improves pitch and tone; and helps with projection. Advanced students will perfect performance skills and may study effective techniques in classical, Broadway or contemporary music, including foreign language selections. A one-hour lesson is $55 members, $60 non-members; a six-lesson package is $300 members, $330 non-members. Call 954.921.3274 for more information or to schedule an appointment.

Private Guitar Instruction
Geared for ages 8 and up, private guitar lessons will introduce parts of the guitar, chords, strumming techniques, music theory, and more. Additionally, these classes will strengthen music vocabulary and appreciation. No prior experience is required. Small group instruction may also be available, and students who take 10 or more classes will be invited to participate in the Center’s spring recital. A one-hour lesson is $55 members, $60 non-members; a six-lesson package is $300 members, $330 non-members. Call 954.921. 3274 for more information or to schedule an appointment.

One-on-One Piano Lessons
Piano lessons are now available for people ages 6 and up. During these sessions, students of all skill levels progress at their own pace, allowing them to gain full understanding of musical notes, techniques/vocabulary, and music appreciation. Students who take 10 or more classes will be invited to participate in the Center’s spring recital. A one-hour lesson is $55 members, $60 non-members; a six-lesson package is $300 members, $330 non-members. Call 954.921.3274 for more information or to schedule an appointment.



MOMENTUM DANCE COMPANY ANNOUNCES PRIVATE DANCE CLASSES 

  • Ballet, Modern, Jazz, Pilates, Pointe

  • Professional Instruction by Momentum artists

  • Individuals or groups of 5 or less

  • Private location in South Miami

  • Cost varies depending on the number of students in the class

For information email: mdanceco@bellsouth.netor call 305-858-7002

 


OPEN DRAWING
Open drawing on Tuesday Evenings in the Gallery from 7pm-9pm , by RSVP only , no later than 3 in the afternoon on Monday before.
Both call to artists are for this Gallery, Gallery location 2911 Grand Ave, Coconut Grove, Fl 33133.


Art and Culture Center of Hollywood Offers Distance Learning Sessions
The Art and Culture Center of Hollywood is offering free distance learning programming in the arts on selected days to all Broward County Schools.


The video teleconferencing sessions, which meet Sunshine State Learning Standards for the arts as well as math, social studies, language arts and science, take place from October through April in the Center’s Distance Learning Studio and are live and interactive to all participating schools. The Art and Culture Center and the Broward Education Communications Network (BECON) are partners in these programs, which are geared to children in grades K-12. BECON is a multifaceted, multimedia, education facility in Broward County that is well-known for its distance learning program.


The distance learning sessions, which are supported in part by the Harry Kramer Memorial Fund and the State of Florida’s Division of Cultural Affairs, are taught by Sherie Tengbergen, who has 35 years of teaching experience.
The Art and Culture Center of Hollywood presents innovative, unique visual and performing arts programs. Its exhibitions and performances introduce fresh perspectives to the arts. Education programs for children and adults celebrate creativity and excellence. For more information, call (954) 921-3274 or visit www.ArtAndCultureCenter.org.

 


Back-To-School Music Lessons!
Arts & Minds Music Conservatory
Coconut Grove, Florida

First Lesson Free with Registration!
Enrich A Special Child's Life .


Discover what so many parents and educators already know. Music helps children lead richer lives and do better in school. Enrolling your child in music lessons is one of the most beneficial gifts you will ever give them.

Arts & Minds Conservatory Guarantees:
Highly-Qualified Teachers- All teachers hold music degrees
Standards Based on the Music Educators National Conference and the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards
Reasonable Rates, $35.00 for private lessons, $25.00 for small groups
Contact us today to learn more about how you can improve your child's life through music!

Arts & Minds Music Conservatory
3138 Commodore Plaza
Miami, Florida 33133
(305) 763-6257
E-mail: adelarosa@aandm.net
http://www.LearnMusicMiami.com


The Flying Trapeze School (Bayfront Park)
A professional trapeze with qualified instructors. Classes for beginners and advanced are offered, as well as corporate events, parties, etc...(5 years of age and up). Not up for a full class? Ask about the "Try n' Fly!"
Hours: Thursday & Friday: 6:00pm-8:00pm
Saturday & Sunday: 3:00pm-5:00pm and 6:00pm-8:00pm
Call now to reserve your class - 786-239-8775. For more information visit www.theflyingtrapeze.net. Located in the center of the park.


Southwest

New/Free classes starting in June at Veterans Park Recreation Center

 

Veterans Park Recreation Center

55 Homestead Rd. South

Lehigh Acres, FL, 33936

 

 

Adult Ballet

 

Free class, Tuesday, June 13, 2011

5:30–6:30 p.m.

 

Students will learn the fundamental principles of ballet technique that involve and challenge the entire body.  Through its intricacies and harmonies we will stimulate the mind and body. 

The aim is to improve body posture and carriage.

This class will introduce the strict discipline of learning to articulate specific terminology verbally and physically.

 

Veterans Park Recreation Center

Tuesdays, June 7–28, 2011

5:30–6:30 p.m.

Ages 16 & up

$40 for four classes

Multiple class discount, contact the center for more information (239) 369-1521.

 

or register online at https://webtrac.leegov.com/.              

 

 

 

African Dance

 

Free class Tuesday, June 13, 2011

6:30-7:30 p.m.

 

Students will learn traditional dances that have been handed down from generation to generation.  These movements originated from the Sene-Gambian region (West Africa) known also as the Ivory Coast or the Slave Coast.  Students are taught the rich heritage that African descendants inherited through music and dance. 

 

Veterans Park Recreation Center

Tuesdays, June 7–28, 2011

6:30–7:30 p.m.

All ages welcome

$40 for four classes

 

Multiple class discount, contact the center for more information (239) 369-1521.

 

You can register at the Veterans Park Recreation Center

or register online at https://webtrac.leegov.com/.

 

 

Soulful Beat Workout

 

Free class Friday, June 17, 2011

6:15–6:45 p.m.

 

This workout class moves you to the rhythm of a variety of exciting music from around the world.  Class is comprised of appropriate stretches, floor exercises, muscular strengthening, and endurance as well as a cardiovascular workout.

 

Veterans Park Recreation Center

Fridays, June 3-24, 2011

6:15–6:45 p.m.

Ages 18 & up

$20 for four classes

 

You can register at the Veterans Park Recreation Center

or register online at https://webtrac.leegov.com/.

 

 

3-D Sculpting with Textiles

 

"Sitting Figurature"

This two-day class is a workshop in the exercise of sculpting using textiles and natural fibers.

The next generation of liquid textile hardeners will be used in this class.

Armature and products for the class are not included in the price, but can be purchased

through the instructor for $25. 

Please see the center staff for a list of other supplies needed.

You may contact Connie Clymo at (239) 839-0673 for further information.

 

Veterans Park Recreation Center

Thursday & Friday, June 2-3, 2011

10 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Ages 16 & up

$50 for the workshop

 

You can register at the Veterans Park Recreation Center

or register online at https://webtrac.leegov.com/.

 

 

3-D Stone Art Sculpting

 

This two-day class is a workshop in the exercise of creating a three-dimensional sculpture.  Volume will be the defining characteristic of this art work.  It will be a free standing sculpture that can be viewed from all angles. 

An overview of design basics will be covered in this workshop.

Armature and products for the class are not included in the price but can be purchased through the instructor for $25. 

Please see the center staff for a list of other supplies needed.

You may contact Connie Clymo at (239) 839-0673 for further information.

 

Veterans Park Recreation Center

Thursday & Friday, June 16-17, 2011

10 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Ages 16 & up

$50 for the workshop

 

You can register at the Veterans Park Recreation Center

or register online at https://webtrac.leegov.com/.


 

NEW FINE ARTS CAMP FOR MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

Who said summer camp is only for youngsters? This summer the Lee County Alliance for the Arts is offering a new Fine Arts Summer Camp for students in grades 7-12. This four week visual arts intensive camp begins June 13th and provides middle and high school students the opportunity to hone their artistic skills in the areas of painting, architecture, eco-art and handbuilt pottery.

Week one, “Painting Studio,” is led by professional painter Ann McCarty who will lead students through brush control exercises, rendering skill practice and mixing colors workshops. Campers will explore a variety of subjects including impasto texture, glazing and leave camp with several completed pieces of artwork.

In week two, “Architecture,” students explore new ways of viewing, designing and thinking with projects that broaden the way they visualize the world around them. Classes led by Architect Toni Ferrell explore alternative methods of creation and encourage critical thinking. Hands on exercises lead the way in this studio workshop where common materials are toothpicks, cement, glue and found objects. Participants will study the work and methods of historical architects Charles and Ray Eames through film and workshop practice.

Week three, “Eco-Art: Using Recycled Materials,” does just that. A common theme in today’s art community is sustainable living and creating work with found objects and everyday elements. Using recycled items and a bit of imagination is key for campers as they sculpt, build, paint and repurpose objects to create a masterpiece. In addition, students will learn how the world’s most cutting edge contemporary artists work with the coexistence of making art and loving the planet.

The fourth and final week of camp, “All Fired Up! Handbuilt Pottery,” sets the stage for campers to get their hands dirty and train with master artist, Clayton Roberts. Projects include creating one-of-a-kind vessels and clay structures by practicing an array of skills such as 3-dimenational construction, unique surface decorating and the secrets of glazing.

Middle and High School artists – practice your creative talents and learn from professional artists at the Lee County Alliance for the Arts first annual Fine Arts Camp. Campers may choose a week in the medium of their choice or become a multi-medium skilled artist by attending all four weeks. Fine Arts Camp member tuition is $150per week or $500 for four weeks. Members of the Alliance, $75 per year always pay the lower price.  

Space is limited to 15 students per week. Campers are encouraged register early to ensure their spot. To enroll, visit the Lee County Alliance for the Arts on the corner of Colonial and McGergor, call (239) 939-2787 or visit www.ArtInLee.org.

In addition to Fine Arts Camp, the Alliance for the Arts is offering their 23rd Annual Summer Arts Camp for students in grades 1-6 and Mini Michelangelos Camp for students ages 4-5. More information on all Alliance youth camps can be found online at www.ArtInLee.org and by calling (239) 939-2787.


 

CREATIVE KIDS-SUMMER ART CAMP 

NOW ENROLLING!

June 13-August 19 (one week sessions)

Ages: 6-10 and 11-17

 

For TEN fun filled weeks we will explore everything from Amazing Room Makeovers and Groovy Garments toGreek Art;  Amusement Park Artto Creatures, Monsters and Zombies.  

We will be creating spirit dolls, fairy houses, vintage t-shirts, Greek masks, 3-D creatures, Trojan Horses...And much, much more! Sign up for one, two or more weeks of your choice. We look forward to a ART filled exciting summer!

For more information or to reserve a space call: Art Center Sarasota 365-2032

Click here for flyer with complete details 


CHARITABLE PLANNING 

Art Center Sarasota and Wells Fargo Advisors Present

Nest EggCreative Planning for 

Your Financial Future

A Charitable Planning  

Wine & Cheese Event

 

Please join us on 

Wednesday, June 1, at 5:30 pm

Art Center Sarasota -707 N. Tamiami Tr.  

RSVP 941.365.2032

 

Free and open to the public - A short and fun presentation!

Refreshments: wine, cheese and tea will be served

 

The focus of this educational event will be on "Comprehensive Charitable Planning" to include a segment on "Charitable Gifts That Preserve Personal Wealth".  

 

The ways in which gifts can be made to charity vary and can be tailored to achieve specific planning objectives.  We want to educate the donor about ways to maximize both the gifts they give as well as the benefits they receive and the satisfaction that comes with making the gift.

 

Plus, there will be an engaging guided tour of the galleries by Art Center Sarasota's Executive Director, Fayanne Hayes. Guests will learn about the art center's role in the community and talk about how we look at art.

 


ART LEAGUE OF FORT MYERS OFFERS SUMMER ART
WORKSHOPS FOR YOUNG ARTISTS

The Art League of Fort Myers will offer two week-long art workshops for elementary through high school students this summer.

Participants will learn how to improve their drawing skills, as well as how to use a variety of art media, including clay, printmaking, mixed media and paint.

Well known local artist and educator Susan Mills will teach the workshops.

The workshops present an excellent opportunity to explore a student’s artistic interests, as well as to develop new tools and techniques. Students will participate in both individual and group art projects, with the goal of stimulating creativity and of developing a greater appreciation of art.

The workshops will also provide participants with the opportunity to exhibit their art in a gallery show as art works produced by the students will be featured in a show to be held at the Art League gallery at the end of classes.

The classes will run from 9 A.M. to Noon and will be held:

             July 25 to July 29 – Elementary and Middle School Students

             August 1 to August 5 – Grades 9 to 12

The cost of five days of classes is $45 per student. Students may register in advance at the Art League gallery, by phone at 239 275 3970, or online at artleagueoffortmyers@embarqmail.com.

The Art League of Fort Myers gallery is located at 1451 Monroe Street in downtown Fort Myers. Regular hours of the gallery are 11 A.M. to 3 P.M., Tuesday through Saturday.


 

Art Center Sarasota

Summer 2011  

Class Schedule

Please note: due to Creative Kids Summer Camp Day Sessions, adult classes in the summer begin in the late afternoons and evenings

Painting

Hanson Island Park

JULIE HANSON

Doing Your Own Thing

Open Studio with instruction 

 

May 18 - June 8  

Wed   9:30am - 12:30pm

$115/ $135


Do you have unfinished paintings that need just the right magical finishing touch? This is the class! Your individual needs will be addressed in a nice, small class. As artists, we need feedback-good constructive critiques to help with our weaknesses.Put a little more color in and/or make the drawing believable. Whatever your particular challenge - make it strong, make it colorful! All mediums and levels welcome.

Painting 

Melancon Dragonfly

JOSEPH MELANCON 

Acrylic Café

 

June 2 - 23

Thu 5:30 - 8pm     

$115 / $135  

 

Where does inspiration come from? When is a painting finished? Learn to infuse feeling, substance, resonance and great color in your work and discover your own unique voice as a painter. Students of all levels are invited to paint on paper, canvas or panels in their chosen subject matter and style. Joseph's instruction will include demos and constructive critiques.         

 

Drawing

Mort Miller

LIFE SESSION WITH MODEL

Ongoing, weekly, self-guided class

 

Tuesdays,    6 - 9pm

Start date (July 19, 2011)

 

Saturdays,  

9:30am - 12:30pm

 

$12 members /  

$16 non-member 


Graphic Design 

Stooksbury

DANNY STOOKSBURY

Photoshop Basics &

Print Design   

6 sessions 

 

June 2 - July 7, 2011

Thursdays, 6-8pm

$145 / 165

 

Pictures help give any report, presentation, or website a professional edge. Photoshop and InDesign set the industry standards for working with digital images and print material.  Learn to create and edit your own digital graphics and photographs.  This hands-on course discusses image formats, filter effects, retouching digital photos, working with layers, and using various painting tools.  Give your presentation that polished look with photographs, graphics and print materials using the tool that professionals use.  Bring your laptop.  Learning materials provided.  Software available if needed.         

 


Mixed Media 

Diane Bunker

DIANE BUNKER

3-D Flowers 

3-sessions

 

June 15 - 29 

Wed    5:30 - 8pm   

$100 / $110

 

Come learn this easy to follow technique for adding flowers and foliage to all kinds of surfaces. There are 2 different products used, one for fabrics such as clothing, hats, tablecloths, and tree skirts to name a few, and one for hard surfaces such as slate, etched glass, clear glass, wood, and candles.  Working with traditional patterns, these techniques can be used to create beautiful paintings on any surface.  Diane developed this technique 10 years ago for adding dimension to her paintings. The pieces can be left white for a stunning look or painted when dry. Diane is a published artist and travel teaches all over the country.  Look for her classes this June, July, and August.


Drawing/ Meditation 

Masi

MARY MASI

Zentangle

4-sessions  

(no class July 4th)

 

June 20 - July 18

Mon      5:30 - 7 pm

 $90 / $110

 

Zentangle is an unusual approach to art because you have no idea what its result will be when you begin.  It is an introduction to the art of creating beautiful patterns "One Stroke at a Time."  Your creation is not restricted by your expectations.  Zentangle is an artistic meditation that supports relaxation, focus and inspiration and can be a wonderful daily ritual.  Come join this fun and lighthearted way to relax and shift your focus and perspective creating a Zentangle. 


Photography

Palotas

JESS PALOTAS

Point & Shoot   

5 sessions

 

July 6 - Aug 3  

Wed   3:30 - 6pm

 

$120m / $135nm

 

Ready to put your Point & Shoot camera to use?  

Point & Shoot cameras will be the tool needed to learn some simple practices in creating lasting memories with new photos and all those stored on your PC. Wear comfortable shoes and your creative thinking cap as we explore the beautiful

world around us, one photo at a time.  Easy online editing methods will also be taught to really give that photograph some flair.  No prior photography or editing experience is needed.    

 

Watercolor

Merenda

CAROLYN MERENDA

Fun With Watercolor

4- sessions

 

July 11 - Aug 1

Mon 4pm - 7pm 

$120 / $140

 

The basics of drawing and watercolor techniques are offered in this course. Work on your skills and feel free to experiment. Create your own compositions or paint along with the instructor. Subjects are varied: beach scenes, landscapes, floral motifs, stick figures, houses.


Printing Workshop

Martin

CHERYL MARTIN

Gelatin Plate Monoprinting

 

July 18 - 22

Mon-Fri, (5 days) 5-8pm

$225m / $245nm

 

In this class we will be transferring ink from a plate to paper, canvas, or another surface that will ultimately hold the work of art. You will be creating individual prints, using printing plates, in combination with water-based or oil-based inks, or paints to make botanical prints. Gelatin printing is a form of monoprinting in which a gelatin slab is used as a printing `plate' in conjunction with standard water soluble printing inks to create images.  This is a simple, spontaneous and fun way to introduce yourself to printmaking and to produce your own original prints. All materials are provided. Bring apron, fresh leaves and weeds from your yard. Material fee payable to the instructor. 



For more information  

please contact  

LeeAnn Alexander, 

Programs Coordinator   

LeeAnn@artsarasota.org or  

(941) 365-2032   

 www.artsarasota.org 

 

CLASSES & WORKSHOPS - May / June
Artist Demonstrations Will resume in fall! We will keep you posted.
In the Meantime, don't miss the
Art Materials Demonstration By Art & Frame of Sarasota
Thu May 5, 2011 6-8pm $12/$16 Door Prizes! Free Giveaways!
Painting
JULIE HANSON - Open Studio: Do your own Thing!
acrylics, oils, pastels , 5 session class
May 11 - June 8, 2011 Wed 9am - 12pm $145 / $165
JOSEPH MELANCON - Acrylic Cafe CLASS is FULL
6 session class Apr 21 - May 26 Thu 10am-1pm $170 / $190
Note: Please call to put your name on our emailing list for Joseph Melancon's summer courses. We will notify you as soon as we have confirmed dates and times.
NEW! DIANE BUNKER - 3-D Flowers
Painting on objects, 3-sessions
June 15 - 29, 2011 Wed 5:30 - 8pm $100 / $110
RON SANDERS - Better Painting through Limited Value and Color CANCELLED
Watercolor
WATERCOLOR WEDNESDAYS
Will resume in fall! We will keep you posted.
For more information, contact Norma Carlson: carlsonnormac@yahoo.com
CAROLYN MERENDA - Fun with Watercolor
Watercolor, 4 session class
July 5 - Aug 8 Mon 4 - 7 pm $120 / $140
Digital Media
NEW! DANNY STOOKSBURY - Photoshop Basics and Print Design
Digital media, 4 sessions
June 2 - 23 Thu 6-8pm $145/ $165
Drawing
NEW! MARY MASI - Zentangle Level 1 and 2
Drawing, 4 sessions total: 2x Level 1 and 2x Level 2
June 20- July 18Mon (no class on July4!) 5:30-7pm $90/$110
DOUGLAS LAND - Drawing for Fun
Drawing, 1 dayDate TBA Tue 10am-3:30pm $55 / $60
Please sign up for our waiting list. We will call you as soon as we get a class together! Thank you.
LIFE SESSION WITH MODEL
ongoing, self-guided
Saturdays 9:30am-12:30pm $12 / 16
NEW! EVENING SESSIONS
Start date July 19, 2011 and then ongoing
Tuesdays 6 - 9pm $12 / $16
Educational Programs
KATHIE MOON: Book & Movie Review
4 Movies and a Play will be discussed
May 9, 2011 Mon 2:30-4:30pm $15/$20
PANEL DISCUSSION "The Future of Arts Education"
A Panel discussion and public dialogue
Hosted by Art Center Sarasota and The Institute for Policy & Leadership
Thursday May 12, 2011 5:30-7pm $5/8


CLASSES & WORKSHOPS - April-May  

Artist Demonstrations

Fees: $12 members / $16 nonmembers   (unless marked as FREE)

 

IMPORTANT: Due to unforeseen circumstances, we may sometimes have to reschedule a demo on short notice. If you plan to attend a demo, please call us the day before to confirm.                  

Douglas Land          Drawing          Sat,  Apr 2,   2-4pm

Joseph Melancon    Acrylics           Sun, Apr 3,   2-4pm

TBA                          TBA                Sun, Apr 10, 2-4pm

 

Painting

DANIEL PETROV - Emotional Figure Painting

all media, 6 session class

Mar 10 - Apr 14 Thu 2 - 5pm      $170 / $190

 

 JULIE HANSON - Painting in Full Color

acrylics, oils, pastels , 5 session class

Apr 13 - May 11   Wed    9am - 12pm      $145 / $165

 

JOSEPH MELANCON - Acrylic Cafe

acrylics, 6 session class

Apr 21 - May 26   Thu   10am-1pm     $170 / $190

 

RON SANDERS - Better Painting through Limited Value and Color

All wet media, 4 session class

Apr 30 - May 21   Sat   10am - 1pm      $80/ $90

  

Watercolor

CAROLYN MERENDA - Fun with Watercolor

Watercolor, 4 session class

Apr 4 - 25   Mon  1-4pm   $100 / $115

 

 CANCELLED GAIL WHITE NJWS, BWS - Exploring Watercolor

Watercolor, 4 session class

Apr 8 - 29    Fri   10am-1pm     $115 / $130

 

WATERCOLOR WEDNESDAYS                 

This plein air landscape class is a free opportunity to share and learn with fellow painters of the Saraota area!  Meet everyWednesday morning at 9am in the gazebo area of Phillippi Estates Park.   

ACS has long sponsored thisprogram as one of its many efforts to support local artists.

For more information, contact Norma Carlson: carlsonnormac@yahoo.com.

Wednesdays, starts at 9am         FREE

 

Mixed Media

 

FERNANDO MADRIDEJOS - Abstract Painting in Mixed Media

mixed media, 6 session class

April 5 - May 10, 2011    Tue 9:30am - 12:30pm    $160/ $180

 

JUDY NADLER - Art Journaling    

mixed media, 4 session class     

Apr 18 - May 9 Mon   10am - 1pm      $115 / $130

 

JUDY LYON - Art & Healing: Touch Drawing

mixed media, 1 session

Apr 10   Sun   1-4pm   $45 / $50

 

Drawing     

CANCELLED LIZ DAVIS - Pen & Ink and Watercolor

ink, watercolor, 4 session class

Mar 29 - Apr 26 (no class on 4/19)  Tue  1 - 4pm  $80 / $90

 

DOUGLAS LAND - Drawing for Fun

Drawing, 1 day

Apr 5    Tue       10am-3:30pm    $55 / $60

 

Ongoing

LIFE SESSION WITH MODEL

ongoing, self-guided

Saturdays         9:30am-12:30pm           $12  / 16

Unique Offerings

THEATRE OF THE MIND - "Collected Stories" by Donald Margulies

Play reading and reception, 1 evening

Sun, Apr 17, 2011      4:30pm   $10 / $12

Art Center Sarasota | 707 N. Tamiami Trail | Sarasota | FL | 34236


 

Spring Break Camp 2011

April 25th to April 29th (Monday to Friday)

Ages 6 to 13 years old.

From 7:30 am to 6 pm

Registration Fee: $ 75.00 per week/participant.

Bring your lunch/morning & afternoon snacks ~

Activities may include: arts & crafts, inside/outside games, quiet play, social time, and field trips (price does not include field trip cost.

 

Summer Camp 2011

Open Registration starts NOW!

This camp offer a full day of excitement!

Day camp activities including arts and crafts, organized games, quiet play, outdoor activities, water activities, educational speakers, field trips, and much more!

This year we are going to have each week a theme, so your child will experiences each week something to remember!

Camp day begins as early as 7:30 am and ends at 6:00 pm, the bulk of the structured programming is between 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.

Breakfast, lunch and afternoon snack will be include -

Ages: 6 to 13 (on or before Sept. 1)

Regular fee $75.00 per week.

Register online and 10% off from the register fee! www.leeparks.org

Limited: 45 participants per week.

 

 

The Alva Community Center address is 21471 North River Road, Alva, Florida, 33920

 


For more information, please, call Sandy @ (239) 728-2882


 

Acrylic Resist Painting Demonstration at Art Uptown April 15

 

Art Uptown, Sarasota’s oldest cooperative fine art gallery, presents a demonstration of acrylic resist techniques by Sarasota artist Cecile Moran on Friday, April 15, at 7:30 p.m. The public is invited to the program. There is no charge. The gallery is located at 1367 Main St.

Cecile’s paintings are created by a process using layering and resistance techniques. Paint is applied and removed in areas to reveal new and different color relationships, she explained. Her images embody a sense of energy displayed through the interaction of brilliant colors, she noted.

“I find the inspirations for my images from the living things which surround me. My work speaks to the importance of our natural environment and symbolizes the unseen energy that connects all living things,” observed Cecile, who is past president of Art Uptown and serves on the board. 

An educator as well as an artist, she graduated with a BFA from Boston University’s School of the Arts and an MA in Art Education from California State University. She also studied at the School of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts.  Her work can be found in collections throughout the United States, Canada and Spain. 

A teaching artist, her life experiences and teaching took her to diverse locations – from Spain, where she lived and taught for three years, to California, New York and Florida.  She resided and taught in Tampa for 20 years. Moving to Sarasota in 1998, she conducted art and educational programs at the YMCA Youth Shelter. She continues to give painting workshops. 

Cecile exhibits her art at Art Uptown along with the gallery’s 27 other member artists. Attendees at her demonstration will have an opportunity to view all of the exhibits. The gallery is open Monday-Friday, 11-5, and Saturday, 10-4. During the monthly First Friday Gallery Walks on Palm and Main streets, evening hours are 6-9. Telephone: 941-955-5409. www.artuptown.com.


 

Summer Camp 2011
Open Registration starts on February 28th, 2011!
This camp offer a full day of excitement!
Day camp activities including arts and crafts, organized games, quiet play, outdoor activities,
water activities, educational speakers, field trips, and much more!
This year we are going to have each week a theme, so your child will experiences each week
something to remember!
Camp day begins as early as 7:30 am and ends at 6:00 pm, the bulk of the structured
programming is between 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.
Breakfast, lunch and afternoon snack will be include -
Ages: 6 to 13 (on or before Sept. 1)
Regular fee $75.00 per week.
Register online and 10% off from the register fee! www.leeparks.org
Limited: 45 participants per week.

The Alva Community Center address is 21471 North River Road, Alva, Florida, 33920
For more information, please, call Sandy @ (239) 728-2882



Announcing Broadway Boot Camp Dates & Productions

  
                                                                                   

June 13 - 24  Junior Camp              July 11 - 29  Boot Camp

   

ages 6 - 12                                       ages 13 - 17 (or previous  

                                                                                  boot camp experience)

  

2 weeks    9am - 3pm                       3 weeks  9am - 5pm

 

$400                                                 $600   

 

Performances June 24 - 26                Performances July 29 - 31

                Registrations NOW being accepted

                                  with deposit  

                       941-748-0111 for information 

                       941-748-5875 to register   
 

 

                                                         

 

May 7 Darkroom Talk Venice Gallery & Studio
Meet Clyde in his Venice darkroom where he will be giving talks at 9:00am and 1:00pm.  Limited space RSVP info@clydebutcher.com (941) 486-0811. 


Alliance for the Arts Summer Camps Begin June 13

 The Lee County school year is winding to a close and parents are seeking new ways to engage their children during summer break. One of the longest running and most reputable Summer Camp programs in this community can be found at the Lee County Alliance for the Arts, located on the Corner of Colonial and McGregor Boulevard, in Fort Myers.

Alliance for the Arts is now presenting their 23rd year of Summer Arts Camp (grades 1-6), and proudly introduces two new camps including Mini Michelangelos Camp (ages 4-5) and Fine Arts Camp (grades 7-12). Alliance summer camps give students the opportunity to create, explore and discover the visual and performing arts in a fun interactive environment. Instructed is provided by some of the most accomplished Fine Artists and certified instructors in Southwest Florida. 

Summer Arts Camp has recently been named #1 Youth Program, for the second year, in Parent & Child Magazine’s People Choice Awards. Designed for grades 1st-6th this camp runs eight weeks, June 13th through August 5th. New and exciting weekly themes include Raiders of the Lost Artifact, Magic Kingdom, Lights of Broadway, Super Hero Academy, Animal Planet, Art in Motion, Around the World in 5 Days and Destination Animation.  Special to the Lights of Broadway week, campers participate in a backstage tour of the Broadway Palm Dinner Theater. During Animal Planet week, students practice drawing different animals and enjoy a visit from the Shell Factory Nature Park. Summer Arts Camp focuses on visual and performance arts activities where children create, construct, rehearse and prepare for a weekly art exhibit & finale performance for family and friends.

For the young artists in our community, the Alliance is proud to introduce Mini Michelangelos Camp for kids ages 4-5. The mini’s camp runs four weeks starting July 11th through August 5th. Weekly themes include Rhymes & Tales, Magic Kingdom, Princes and Princesses and Super Hero Academy. Magic Kingdom will explore favorite fictional characters. Super Hero Academy will build a set of “action figures,” design a secret lair, and more. Projects focus on visual arts and children will take home their projects of painting, sculpture, collage and mixed media. All campers must turn 5 by September 1, 2011.

Fine Arts Camp, June 13- July 8th, is designed for visual art students entering grades 7 -12 and provides instruction from professional artists, painters, sculptors, architects and mixed media specialists. Each week features projects in different mediums where students complete several pieces of artwork. Painting week will help students practice brush control and mixing colors while Architecture week focuses on building design and critical thinking. Eco-Art week allows practice in mixed media activities specifically using recycled materials and found objects, and Handbuilt Pottery week includes molding clay, creating sculptures, the secrets of glazing and more.  To wrap up each week, students hold a weekly art show to exhibit their work.

 Spaces for all Alliance for the Arts camps are reserved on a first-come first-serve basis.  Camp brochures complete with dates, weekly themes, prices and a registration form can be downloaded from the Alliance website, www.artinlee.org. Hard copy brochures are available at the Alliance for the Arts, on the corner of Colonial & McGregor or call (239) 939-2787 to request mailed brochure.

 


Florida Rep and Alliance for the Arts Partner Again for Spring Fever Arts Camp!

The Lee County Alliance for the Arts and Florida Repertory Theatre are pleased to announce their spring break Intensive Performing Arts Camp! Students get to work with professional artists in a fun, educational alternative to “Spring Fever”!

 

Taking place April 25th through April 29th at the Alliance for the Arts, 10091 McGregor Blvd., this camp has something for every young performer. Camp will be held Monday through Friday from 9:00am to 4:00pm with drop-off beginning at 8:30am and additional after-care available until 5:00pm.

 

“Fort Myers is lucky to have a place like the Alliance for the Arts,” says Florida Rep Education Director, Rachael Endrizzi. “Programs like these expose children to a variety of the arts and create a sense of pride in their work and their community. These camps really nurture creativity, develop confidence and provide great training for our students. We are so glad to be a part of it.”

 

This one week intensive camp will contain classes in music, dance, drama and also visual arts. Camp week will culminate in a final theatrical showcase performance, as well as an art show of the students work on the final Friday, April 29th at 5:00pm in the Foulds Theatre at the Alliance for the Arts.

 

Camp Florida Rep has been wildly successful with their summer programs downtown Fort Myers and is proud to offer students the opportunity to learn from working professional artists. Instructors are professional performers, visual artists, musical directors, choreographers and directors providing one-of-a-kind training for our students. Their work can be seen throughout Southwest Florida and the entire United States.

 

Spring Fever Arts Camp is open to students ages 5-17 and classes will be divided into groups by age and skill level. Enrollment fee is $175.00 per student in grades K-6 and $150 for students in grades 7-12. Enrollment is now open, but limited! Download enrollment form online at www.floridarep.org under the Education Section, or by calling Rachael at 239-332-4665 ext. 20.

 


Art after 5
Thursdays 5 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Adults $10 / Children (6-17) $5 / Children 5 & under Free
Join The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art every Wednesday for Art after 5 located in the Art Museum and Circus Museum.  Cash bar on the Museum of Art loggia. 
For more information call 941.359.5700 or visit www.ringling.org.

Saturday Family Days
March 26, 2011
April 2, 2011
April 9, 2011
April 16, 2011
April 23, 2011
1 – 4 p.m.
Find the cart in front of the large tapestry in Gallery 1 of the Museum of Art for family friendly activities. Activities are for children of all ages and are included in the price of regular Museum admission. Activity theme through April 23: Botanical Prints
For more information call 941.359.5700 or visit www.ringling.org.

 

 


ArtCenter Manatee
ArtCenter Manatee, 209 Ninth St. W., Bradenton, offers a wide variety of classes for people of all ages. Classes include stained glass, sculpture, pottery, drawing, printmaking, photography, faux finish, watercolor and more. Holiday craft workshops available. For a complete schedule of classes, calI 746-2862 or visit www.artcentermanatee.org.


Art Center Sarasota
Art Center Sarasota, 707 N. Tamiami Trail, offers a wide variety of classes for people of all ages. Classes include pottery, drawing, oil painting, digital photography, watercolor, collage, holiday crafts, and more. For a complete schedule of classes, including recently added spring workshop listings, call 365-2032 or www.artsarasota.org.


Other

OREGON COAST CHILDREN'S BOOK WRITERS WORKSHOP, SUMMER 2011
www.occbww.com

This summer, July 11-15 we will proudly present the ninth Oregon Coast Children's Book Writers Workshop, www.occbww.com, in the exquisite Oregon coast town of Oceanside.  At this time the class is three-quarters full.  If you care to join us, probably it would be a good idea to sign up soon by using the registration form at the site.



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Florida museum, Florida symphony, Florida ballet, Florida theater, Florida broadway, Florida concert, Florida opera
Florida museum, Florida symphony, Florida ballet, Florida theater, Florida broadway, Florida concert, Florida opera
Florida museum, Florida symphony, Florida ballet, Florida theater, Florida broadway, Florida concert, Florida opera
Florida museum, Florida symphony, Florida ballet, Florida theater, Florida broadway, Florida concert, Florida opera
Florida museum, Florida symphony, Florida ballet, Florida theater, Florida broadway, Florida concert, Florida opera
Florida museum, Florida symphony, Florida ballet, Florida theater, Florida broadway, Florida concert, Florida opera
Florida museum, Florida symphony, Florida ballet, Florida theater, Florida broadway, Florida concert, Florida opera
Florida museum, Florida symphony, Florida ballet, Florida theater, Florida broadway, Florida concert, Florida opera
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Florida museum, Florida symphony, Florida ballet, Florida theater, Florida broadway, Florida concert, Florida opera
Florida museum, Florida symphony, Florida ballet, Florida theater, Florida broadway, Florida concert, Florida opera
Florida museum, Florida symphony, Florida ballet, Florida theater, Florida broadway, Florida concert, Florida opera
Florida museum, Florida symphony, Florida ballet, Florida theater, Florida broadway, Florida concert, Florida opera
Florida museum, Florida symphony, Florida ballet, Florida theater, Florida broadway, Florida concert, Florida opera
Florida museum, Florida symphony, Florida ballet, Florida theater, Florida broadway, Florida concert, Florida opera
Florida museum, Florida symphony, Florida ballet, Florida theater, Florida broadway, Florida concert, Florida opera
Florida museum, Florida symphony, Florida ballet, Florida theater, Florida broadway, Florida concert, Florida opera
Florida museum, Florida symphony, Florida ballet, Florida theater, Florida broadway, Florida concert, Florida opera
Florida museum, Florida symphony, Florida ballet, Florida theater, Florida broadway, Florida concert, Florida opera
Florida museum, Florida symphony, Florida ballet, Florida theater, Florida broadway, Florida concert, Florida opera
Florida museum, Florida symphony, Florida ballet, Florida theater, Florida broadway, Florida concert, Florida opera
Florida museum, Florida symphony, Florida ballet, Florida theater, Florida broadway, Florida concert, Florida opera
Florida museum, Florida symphony, Florida ballet, Florida theater, Florida broadway, Florida concert, Florida opera
Florida museum, Florida symphony, Florida ballet, Florida theater, Florida broadway, Florida concert, Florida opera
Florida museum, Florida symphony, Florida ballet, Florida theater, Florida broadway, Florida concert, Florida opera
Florida museum, Florida symphony, Florida ballet, Florida theater, Florida broadway, Florida concert, Florida opera
Florida museum, Florida symphony, Florida ballet, Florida theater, Florida broadway, Florida concert, Florida opera
Florida museum, Florida symphony, Florida ballet, Florida theater, Florida broadway, Florida concert, Florida opera
Florida museum, Florida symphony, Florida ballet, Florida theater, Florida broadway, Florida concert, Florida opera
Florida museum, Florida symphony, Florida ballet, Florida theater, Florida broadway, Florida concert, Florida opera
Florida museum, Florida symphony, Florida ballet, Florida theater, Florida broadway, Florida concert, Florida opera
Florida museum, Florida symphony, Florida ballet, Florida theater, Florida broadway, Florida concert, Florida opera
Florida museum, Florida symphony, Florida ballet, Florida theater, Florida broadway, Florida concert, Florida opera
Florida museum, Florida symphony, Florida ballet, Florida theater, Florida broadway, Florida concert, Florida opera
Florida museum, Florida symphony, Florida ballet, Florida theater, Florida broadway, Florida concert, Florida opera
Florida museum, Florida symphony, Florida ballet, Florida theater, Florida broadway, Florida concert, Florida opera
Florida museum, Florida symphony, Florida ballet, Florida theater, Florida broadway, Florida concert, Florida opera

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