From illustration to animation, filming to graphic design, music production and drama, youth attending IDEA's classes, whether after school during the weekdays, or Saturday afternoons, will experience a welcoming and fun-filled environment that will expand their creative minds.
Ages 16-21 after school - 5pm to 7pm
Ages 7-12 Saturdays - 10am to 1pm
This is the area of learning that is based upon only the kind of art that one can see, visual arts—drawing, painting, sculpture, printmaking, and design in jewelry, pottery, weaving, fabrics, etc. and design applied to more practical fields such as commercial graphics and home furnishings.
Classes will have structured activities such as conducting, game songs, solo and ensemble experiences, improvisation, movement, music reading-readiness, along with hands on experiences with the piano.
These combination classes are a great way for students to experience different types of dance in a specified instructional time. The main focus of combination classes is on students having fun and enjoying dance as an everyday activity. Class placement can be based on age as well as a student's ability to learn.
The class includes: Team work, relaxation, concentration, movement, voice, play analysis, acting, improvisation, character analysis, performance, scene work, monologues, audition/interview skills, theatre vocabulary, theatre history and some play reviews.
Classes will be held in 6 to 8 week increments and are subject to cancellation based on enrollment.
Saturdays - 2pm to 5pm
We all are finding it more difficult to communicate when our phones get in the way. Bring your entire family for a creative experience that is sure to increase family harmony and unity, and is just plain fun!
You are never too old to be creative! Arts classes will be taught by professional artists and may be project based, which results in an end project. Some of the projects include, original music composition, art work, theatre production, or creative design.
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Finding ways to not just have kids to showcase their talent on stage but to have the opportunity to create productions and performances to invite their family and friends to. The center will be open to them with a range of materials for teen artists to explore and create together. The Teen Artist Café is meant to help build the portfolio of teen artist and to foster a safe and friendly environment to discuss new ideas and techniques in the performing and creative Arts. The Café will host guest professional artist who will present creative workshops and guided discussions focused on techniques, genre or conceptual ideas of different art forms. Youth will be able to work with their peers to produce various productions showcasing their creations such as art exhibits, music concerts, poetry slams and TV and Radio productions.
The Comic Book Club brings aspiring young visual artist and creative writers together. They explore the stories and issues that are important to their lives and transform them into colorful and brilliant art to inspire and encourage other youth in their community. One of the products they will create are Comic books which will be available for youth to exhibit, display and sell as a fundraiser to support their continued work.
Youth will receive instruction on how to create, illustrate, stylize and design their story visually, frame by frame, integrating narrative, and word sounds in their comic books.
Sign up today by going to firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 856-577-8337
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