Winter & Spring Classes 2018
WINTER: January 23 – March 20
SPRING: April 10 – June 5
Arts & Learning Conservatory Classes
At the Arts & Learning Conservatory you are not just signing up for a weekly lesson; you’re entering into a progressive and immersive community where you’ll find inspiring teachers, new friends to collaborate with, performances to attend, and a place to call your musical home.
Conservatory classes for children and teens at the Arts & Learning Conservatory are designed to give students an in depth study in the areas of: acting, singing, instrumental music, media, and dance. We understand that when a student gains an understanding of the process and technique of the arts, the final product will be thorough and fun.
Exploratory Theater (K-3rd)Interactive! Creative! Fun! The full experience will be to explore movement, drama, & music through Broadway selections. Activities include theatre technique, singing, and dance. Presentation on the final week of class. Tuition: $225 for this session. 4-5pm
Vocal Workshop (3rd-8th)Come join this fun class that includes beginning to advance level singers, as we explore the principles of healthy voice technique for stage performance including breathing, articulation, pronunciation, projection, and expressiveness. Using vocal games, and through working on musical selections, students will learn techniques that they will use for a lifetime. Classes are taught by a professional music instructor. This class fills early, enroll today. Tuition: $225 for this session.
Beginning Acting (3rd-6th)This class is an exciting initiation where students in Grades 3-6 are guided through the foundational elements of drama (who, what, and where). While acting out favorite stories and playing theatre games, they explore imagination and creative expression with a purpose. Presentation on the final week of class. Tuition: $225 for this session.
The Film Experience (5th-9th)This class serves as an introduction to video recording and editing, presenting video as a tool of personal expression, with an emphasis on self-exploration, performance, and the organization of raw experience into aesthetic form (narrative, abstract, documentary). Students are required to complete a variety of assignments to learn the basics of video capture and editing, culminating in a final presentation with a focus on personal storytelling. Tuition: $225 for this session.