IPFW Community Arts Academy (CAA) Classes

Event Details

Date(s) & Time(s)::

Weekly on Saturday from September 13, 2014 until December 13, 2014

Phone: To register call 481-6059

Email: hainesmd@ipfw.edu

Link: http://www.ipfw.edu/vpa/caa

Event Description

August 21, 2014 Updated Oct 9, 2014 at 9:44 AM EST

Art Classes for Grades K-8
•Printmaking for Kids (Grades K-3) Sep 13-Oct 14
•Printmaking for Kids (Grades 4-8) Sep 13-Oct 14
•Drawing Workshop (Grades K-3) Oct 25-Nov 22
•Drawing Workshop (Grades 4-8) Oct 25-Nov 22

Dance Classes for Ages 2-12
All classes meet on Saturdays, September 13-December 13 and the session ends with a free recital. Please note that occasionally a dance class fails to meet a minimum enrollment and we may adjust the schedule to move other dance classes to fill those time slots.
•Pre-Dance (ages 2-3)
•Ballet I (ages 4-5)
•Ballet II (ages 6-8)
•Ballet III (ages 9-12)
•Tap I (ages 4-6)
•Tap II (ages 7-9)
•Tap III (ages 10-12)
•Hip Hop I (ages 4-6) NEW!
•Hip II (ages 6-12)

Theatre Classes for Grades K-8
All classes meet on Saturdays, September 27-November 15 and end with a performance during the final class. Click on the class name for more information or to register.
•Dramagination (Grades K-3) 9:45am to 10:45am
•Youth Drama (Grades 4-7) 10:45am to 12:15pm
•Theatre Masters (Grades 8-12) 1pm to 3pm

Shooting Zombies Workshop (Grades 9-12)
The one-day workshop will include two hours of learning the art of makeup application to look like a zombie, then one hour of filming time to capture the student zombies on video. The last two hours will be hands-on time learning to edit the images into the final movie, which will be premiered at the end of class!
Saturday, October 25, 10am to 3pm
Visual Arts Building, Room 211
Instructor: Allen Etter
Cost: $49 includes all supplies and instruction
To register, call 260-481-6977

Theatre Audition Techniques (Grades 9-12)
This one-day workshop includes guidance on how to find monologues to use for auditioning, how to develop monologues into strong performance pieces, how to make choices at an audition to help you stand apart from the crowd, how to do cold readings, how to connect with a scene partner, warm-ups to help you prepare for an audition, and some improv games to help you shake off your inhibitions. Students who already have a monologue with which they are working, should bring it to the class. Students without a prepared monologue will be provided with one in advance. Please register early to receive your monologue with plenty of time to spare!
Saturday, November 22, 1pm to 5pm
Studio Theatre in Kettler
Instructor: Gloria Minnich
Cost: $49 includes all supplies and instruction
To register, call 260-481-6977

Colored Pencil Drawing (Grades 9-12)
This class will focus on how to draw using colored pencils. The class will look at color and techniques to create rich, three-dimensional drawings. Techniques include burnishing and blending for seamless surfaces as well as masking to keep your borders pristine and preserve lifelike highlights. Subject matter includes still life and portrait drawing. Materials included.
Saturday, December 13, 1pm to 4pm
Visual Arts Building, Room 210
Instructor: John Hrehov
Cost: $49 includes all supplies and instruction
To register, call 260-481-6977




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