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Dance and Movement
with QueenLin Howard
This class will engage in dance exploration through different structures involving learning and creating theme dance choreography based on traditional dance culture and popular dance culture. Students will participate in improvisational dance structures, experiential learning in the studio and a community group dance project. The purpose of this class is to utilize dance/movement as coping skill for resilience and positive well being.
with Lindsey Vance
Students have access to a wide range of inspiring materials and a variety of ways to explore them. Along with special featured activities and materials, media may include: Air dry clays, drawing, painting and printmaking, beading, collage and construction, and more. Studio staff does not give formal art instruction; we encourage creative thinking, provide gentle guidance and offer support as needed.
Painting in the Dark: Exploring Acrylics
with Christopher Bantum
In this class students will learn about urban art, artists, and social responsibility, while using acrylic paint and medium to create works of art that really glow.
with Charneice Fox-Richardson
* Please note: There is an application and interview process for this course. Registration does not gurantee admittance.
Students will learn how to create a podcast radio show that focuses and highlights current events, political satire and social media that pertain to their communities, city and connects them globally .The course will be multi-disciplinary focusing on audio recording, video recording, music production, and interviewing skills. Through the examples of current radio shows that are on YouTube and that students may have already listened to or seen we will connect career building skills in communications. Students will engage in various means of communication research, critical thinking, production and music production. The podcast class will be broken into segments for a project-based learning approach.
with QueenLin Howard
This class will focus on using yoga inspired themes informing students on ways to maintain peace, grounding, mindfulness and self-awareness. Students will participate in activities involving deep breathing, centering techniques, meditation, stretching, aromatherapy, guided imagery and more. Take a deep breath and relax in the chill vibes of movement meditations.
The Ultimate Selfie II Mixed media Collage
with Melissa Muttiah