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Dance Explorations Workshop - February Vacation

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Whether your child takes dancing classes or just wants to have fun trying some dance styles out, this vacation workshop is for them! A basic, fun exploration of different styles of dance including hip hop, lyrical and basic tumbling. A short hip hop and lyrical combination, as well as tumbling skills learned will be showcased to family at the end of the 2nd day. Students should bring a snack and bottle of water.  

Instructor: Alyssa McQuillan

For grades 2nd - 5th

Monday 2/17 & Tuesday 2/18 from 9 am - 12 pm (6 hours total)

February 17 - February 18 (09:00 am-12:00 pm)
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Winter Wonderland - February Vacation Workshop

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This 3 day (9 am - 11:30 am) workshop will have the students working with mixed media art materials to create a variety of winter wonderland creations! For grades K-3rd. Instructor: Celeste Falcone

February 17 - February 19 (09:00 am-11:30 am)
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Winter Scene Fiber Arts - February Vacation workshops

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This three-day (2 hrs each day) workshop will have students utilizing embroidery, applique and weaving to create winter animals and/or landscapes. Instructor: Celese Falcone. For grades 4th-8th

 

February 17 - February 19 (12:00 pm-02:00 pm)
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Winter Landscapes - February Vacation Workshop

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Over the course of two days (2 hours each) students will utilize acrylic paints and work on two landscapes: one realistic version and one abstract version. Chill out and create some art! No experience required.

For 6th - 12th graders. Instructor: Celeste Falcone

 

February 18 - February 19 (02:30 pm-04:30 pm)
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Hand Lettering & Calligraphy - February Vacation workshop

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With the popularity of hand-made lettered signs at an all-time high, this workshop will have students making their own personalized project using their name and positive hand-written expressions. The one day, 3 hour workshop will introduce and teach the different types of fonts and tips for practicing at home. Instructor: Meredith Fitzgerald

For grades 4th - 8th

February 20 (09:00 am-12:00 pm)
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Princess Dance Workshop - February Vacation

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This one-day workshop is perfect for kids who love to dress up and have fun! Students will play fun dance games, dance to Disney princess music, do a simple craft and learn some basic tumbling skills! Will also work on coordination/balance skills through fun activities. Students are encouraged to wear their favorite princess costume. For Pre-K to 1st graders.

Instructor: Alyssa McQuillan

February 20 (09:00 am-11:00 am)
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Personality Journal Workshop

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 Create a  journal that reflects the individual personality of its creator. Leaves, grass, shells, bark and other natural elements may be used as embellishments on the cover and barrier pages of the journal.

Instructor: Joyce Firth

Thursday 2/20 from 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm

(If you register your child for the Hand Lettering & Calligraphy Workshop that runs from 9-12, kids can bring a lunch and stay at the HCA for both workshops)

4th - 8 th grade

 

 

February 20 (12:30 pm-02:30 pm)
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Artists' Talk and Reception (FREE)

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Eviction | Destruction | Renewal Exhibition:
an exhibition about resiliency

by Susan Emmerson, Tatiana Flis, and Rebecca Skinner

January 15 - March 14, 2020
Artists Talk and Reception February 21, 7 - 7:30pm

The public is invited to meet the artists and hear about their perspectives and processes in creating artworks about resiliency.
View the art,  enjoy refreshments and join in what will surely be a lively conversation!

Through differing perspectives, three artists’ explore countless forms of destruction seen throughout our world. Grounded within concepts of home and community Susan Greer Emmerson, Tatiana Flis, and Rebecca Skinner share their views on darkness, loss, and renewal of the human condition. Each artist takes their personal reflections and shares unique stories about the world in which we each create by combining photography, drawing, and mixed-media. The imagery ranges across abandoned buildings, demolished homes, and stoic figures to create a dynamic visual experience. It is when the light shines through the devastation that humanity expresses its deepest secrets, needs, and resilience. 

 

Tickets: $0 General Admissions, $0 for members

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February 21 (06:00 pm-07:30 pm)
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Art Fundamentals Open Studio Workshop 2

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Under the guidance of instructor Marion Buricatu, these one day Saturday workshops are for students wishing to find and enhance their fundamental art skills in drawing and painting. Students may bring a project of their choosing at any stage of the process, and Marion will customize her instruction and offer lessons on elements of art and technique. Students should bring their own supplies. Spots are limited to 5 people to allow for individual attention. 

Individual workshops are available on 2/29, 3/7, 3/14 & 3/21.

February 22 (01:00 pm-03:00 pm)
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Me & My Grown-up - Session 2

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In a Me and my Grown Up class students create a whole body warmup to get moving. This is followed by short exercises using one body part or a certain movement to introduce more precision and refinement. A series of locomotor movements across the floor are introduced to understand opposites - heavy/light, sharp/soft, sweeping/stretching, high/low. The "surprise" element of what's in the treasure chest is a fun way to take everyday items and use them to create movement. Students will join their teacher on the mat for a story and then dance it out. A group dance to say goodbye with stickers to recognize child's participation. For Ages 2-3 plus one adult. When registering, please add adult's name under "Participant" information. 6 classes. Instructor: Tina Marshall.

February 26 - April 01 (09:30 am-10:15 am)
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Creative Movement - Session 2

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Students will be introduced to age appropriate dance technique through games and movement activities that develop animation and creativity. Each lesson will begin with a group warm up and evolve to short burst exercises. A variety of props and accessories are included in each lesson to compliment movement qualities. Students will also be encouraged to create their own movement in response to musical styles, rhythms and tempos. Ages 3-4

February 26 - April 01 (10:15 am-11:00 am)
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Playing with Shakespeare Workshop

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Join Karin Trachtenberg for this 2 hour workshop that demystifies Shakespeare’s verse by exploring how the meaning of his words comes alive thru the voice and body. For both experienced actors and those completely new to Shakespeare, exercises in breath, movement and voice will be introduced as a means to connect with his language. We will play together as a group with his text - NO preparation or prior experience required. However, if anyone has a few lines of verse (iambic pentameter) memorized that you’d like to work on, please bring a hard copy of the text with you.

Adults and Teens welcome. Whether you are a fan of the Bard or just curious, come experience how fun speaking Shakespeare can be!

This almost free workshop is just $10 per person! 

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Tickets: $10 General Admissions, $9 for members

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February 26 (07:30 pm-09:00 pm)
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Watercolor Painting Basics 2 - Saturday

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New and continuing students welcome. Each class we will review various topics including the choice of materials, composition and drawing, value studies, basic washes, masking and common watercolor techniques such as dry brush. While all painting styles are discussed and encouraged, the instructor specializes in tightly rendered, realistic work. Enrolled students will be sent a supply list. Instructor Richard Denzer. 6 classes

February 29 - April 04 (10:00 am-12:00 pm)
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Art Fundamentals Open Studio Workshop 3

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Under the guidance of instructor Marion Buricatu, these one day Saturday workshops are for students wishing to find and enhance their fundamental art skills in drawing and painting. Students may bring a project of their choosing at any stage of the process, and Marion will customize her instruction and offer lessons on elements of art and technique. Students should bring their own supplies. Spots are limited to 5 people to allow for individual attention. 

Individual workshops are available on  3/7, 3/14 & 3/21

February 29 (01:00 pm-03:00 pm)
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David Jeremiah Concert

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David Jeremiah

Back by popular demand, Grammy-nominated songwriter David Jeremiah will work his musical magic on this leap day concert.

David Jeremiah is a Grammy-nominated songwriter (Mary’s Song) with three top ten hits (You Changed My LifeYou Must Have KnownMust Be You). David’s songs tell heartfelt stories wrapped with deep human emotions in sometimes humorous packages.  Actress and philanthropist Betty White says "David’s humor and the way he puts words together in his songs is life changing.  His voice is like pure gold."

February 29, 7:30pm (Saturday)

 

Tickets: $25 General Admissions, $22.5 for members

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February 29 (07:30 pm-09:00 pm)
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