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Explore music and art in this hybrid class! Students will compose their own musical piece - based on a springtime story - using graphic notation. They will also do musical improvisation and create and decorate their own musical instruments. No prior musical knowledge is necessary for this class. This class is for students grades K-2. […]Find out more »
My Stone Story - students will make 6 picture stones using paint, makers and decoupage that will help them tell a story of their choice. You will make a fabric bag to hold your stones. Students are asked to bring in smooth flat stones to paint on for extra if they have them. (not required) […]Find out more »
Welcome spring by starting your artwork with a plant, bird or insect, then explore abstraction as you experiment with materials and layers to create a contemporary artwork. This class will work on simplification of form, creating a background, layering through collage, drawing, and more. This class is for students grades 6-12. Thank you to our […]Find out more »
History suggests that donuts (aka doughnuts) are a true American creation. Dating to the 1800s this pastry with a hole has developed over time into many varieties. In this session, learn the basics of making donuts and of course, make and eat donuts! We will using a deep fryer so long sleeves would be in […]Find out more »
White Lake Classical Series David Rogers, guitar Recently termed, 'a prominent guitarist,' by the New York Times, David Rogers Fusesclassical, jazz, early, and world music elements into powerful, moving and virtuosic performances based on both original and traditional repertoire. The Washington Post has praised his 'astonishingly florid' improvisations. He has been called a 'modern master' […]Find out more »