Date(s) & Time(s)::
Weekly on Saturday from January 30, 2016 until May 28, 2016
Weekly on Tuesday from March 1, 2016 until March 29, 2016
Phone: To register call 481-6059
Art Classes for Grades K to 12
• 3D Sculpture Art (Grades K-3) Saturdays, Jan 30-Feb 27
• 3D Sculpture Art (Grades 4-8) Saturdays, Jan 30-Feb 27
• Watercolor: Seasons (Grades 7-12) Saturday, Feb 6
• Painting with Acrylics (Grades 7-12) Saturday, Mar 5
• Drawing the Superhero (Grades 7-12) Saturday, Mar 12
• Chalk and Charcoal (Grades 9-12) Saturday Apr 16
• Create 2D Art (Grades K-3) Saturdays, Apr 16-May 4
• Create 2D Art (Grades 4-8) Saturdays, Apr 16-May 4
• Watercolor: Seascape (Grades 7-12) Saturday, Apr 30
Ballet, Tap and Jazz Classes for Ages 2-12
Click on class name for more information or to register. Classes run Saturdays, Feb 6-May 28 (no class Mar 5, Apr 16, May 7) and the final day features a rehearsal and free recital in Williams Theatre that is open to the public.
•Pre-Dance (Ages 2-3)
•Ballet I (Ages 4-5)
•Ballet II (Ages 6-8)
•BaIIet III (Ages 9-12)
•Tap I (Ages 4-6)
•Tap II (Ages 7-9)
•Tap III (Ages 10-12)
•Jazz I (Ages 4-6)
•Jazz II (Ages 7-12)
Theatre Classes for Grades K-12
Dramagination (Grades K-3) Saturdays, Feb 6-Mar 26
• Youth Drama (Grades 4-8) Saturdays, Feb 6-Mar 26
• Drama in Motion (Pre-K) Tuesdays, Mar 1-29
• Ultimate Shakespeare-ience (Grades 6-12) Saturday, Mar 26
• Introduction to Puppetry (Grades 6-12) Saturday, Apr 30
Look Ahead to Summer at IPFW
The IPFW summer camp page is starting to fill up with programs for kids of all ages in the arts, athletics, science, language and more. Visit the page here for a complete listing! At the IPFW Community Arts Academy, we have partnered with new arts groups to bring you the following summer programs. Click on each name for more details.
•Woodwind Summer Music Week (June 6-10)
a day camp for beginning to advanced woodwind students ages 12 to 18. Offering instruction in flute and oboe, this program includes chamber music and introductory music theory classes.
•IPFW Gene Marcus Piano Camp & Festival (June 12-17)
aims to inspire young pianists (ages 12-18) to strive for artistic excellence and encourage them to reach their potential in piano study and performance. Students are immersed in all things piano, from a variety of workshops and group sessions to daily lessons, all to help them progress rapidly and continue to be excited about making music throughout the year.
•Summer String Camp (June 20-24)
features string orchestra, chamber ensembles and group classes for violin, viola, cello, bass, and guitar. Students must have a minimum of two years of string instruction to take part. Learn new music from Fort Wayne Philharmonic musicians in a week of string orchestra, group classes, and chamber music playing.
•Children's Choir Camp (June 27-July 1)
offers a chance to join in the fun and learn more about the art of singing. Under the direction of an experienced music educator from the Fort Wayne Children's Choir, singers will be introduced to basic music theory through musical games, instruction, and, of course, singing. The week culminates in a short program for parents and family members. This camp is for students entering 2nd-4th grade in the fall of 2016.
•Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (June-August)
CAA is co-sponsoring one of the choirs that will perform during the run of the Fort Wayne Civic Theatre's production of "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" this summer. Auditions are required for this choir made up of students ages 10-12 entering grades 4-6 in fall 2016. Rehearsals take place on the IPFW campus on Tuesdays and Thursdays in June and July.
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