Experience the Arts!

 

We offer many different ways to Experience the Arts!
Throughout the year we will be offering Lower School students “Experiences” within our Fine Arts department. These extra-curricular workshops will inspire and ignite creativity in even our youngest artist, musician, singer, or theatrical performer.  We also offer clubs to our Lower School and Upper School students.  Take a look and see what you might be interested in joining!   

Experience Art!

8-Week Workshop

Grades 1-5
Cost $160 semester
Fall Dates: 8/27/18 – 10/22/18
Mondays 3:00 PM – 4:15 PM
Spring Dates: 1/28/19 – 3/11/18
Mondays 3:00 PM – 4:15 PM
Instructor: Amy Rivera, Jessica Collazzo

Our fall session will include instruction on everything from pottery basics, glazing, painting, drawing, color theory, sculpture building to lots more!  There will be two sections for this experience.  K5-2nd grade will be with Mrs. Callazzo and grades 3-5 will be with Mrs. Rivera.

 

Experience Theatre!

Grades: K5 – 5
Cost: $220 per semester
Fall Dates: 9/4/18 – 10/27/18
Tuesdays and Thursdays 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Fall Show Date: October 27th 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Spring Spring Dates: 1/17/18 – 3/9/19
Spring Show Date: 3/9/19
Instructor: Lauren Busteed

The fall Lower School production is Disney’s Winnie the Pooh Kids! and the spring Lower School production is The Music Man Kids!

Our theatre workshops take place Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:00-5:00 PM. The fall performance is October 27 and the spring performance is March 9.

 

Experience Voice

Piano, Voice, Percussion, Guitar, Musical Theatre/Acting

Grades: 3-5
Cost: $160 per semester
Fall Dates: 9/5/18 – 10/24/18
Spring Dates: 1/16/19 – 3/6/19
Instructor: Amy McGaha

This experience will teach you how to shine! In a group setting, students will learn about warming up, vocal technique, stage presence, and harmony.

 

Art Club

 

Whether we’re beautifying our campus and local community with collaborative art installations or simply spending time in the art studio creating with our peers, Upper School Art Club is the perfect fit for the creative soul!  Never taken an art class before? Not too skilled at art? Want to try your hand at oil painting or the pottery wheel? Interested in learning how to create a portfolio for art college? Whatever your level of skill or training, if you have the desire to create something lasting and unique while surrounded by a community of other supportive artists, then Art Club is for you!

 

Dance Club

 

Participants will explore many different styles of dance.  Students will learn basic techniques with a foundational focus on ballet, tap, and jazz. Students will learn to pick up choreography quickly for auditions and work on combining technique with style and performance. Students will also learn how to choreograph and have the opportunity (with guidance) to choreograph solo and group dance numbers in a variety of styles. Performance opportunities will include a small Winter recital and a performance at our Bravo!, a Spring recital.  Other opportunities may be included as well.

 

Pep Band and Drumline

 

Pep-band and Drumline will perform during Home games on Friday evenings, weather permitting. Performers will meet at 6:00p in the band room for warmups and a quick rehearsal. The weeks there is not a home game, there will be a rehearsal following the school day from 3:00pm to 4:30p to brush up or learn any new music for the next scheduled Home game. Attendance at all rehearsals and home games is required, unless otherwise approved.

 

A.C.T.S. Drama Club

Acting, Creating, Teaching, Serving

 

A.C.T.S. (Acting, Creating, Teaching, Serving) is the Lower School drama club and is open to any Lower School students in 3rd-5th grade who would like to explore drama ministry. A.C.T.S. students will all attend fun workshops once a month to learn improvisation and acting techniques (voice projection and enunciation, movement, characterization, emotion, stage directions, etc.). Drama ministry will be emphasized so the students can learn how to use the talents that God has blessed each of them with by ministering to others. Students will select if they would like to participate in readers’ theatre, puppetry, human video, or traditional style skits. Some students will have the opportunity to minister in chapel by performing skits and helping to set up monthly discussion questions in the classrooms; others will minister in the classrooms to reinforce the teachers’ lessons. Every student will have a chance to minister at least once during the semester.

Instructors: Mrs. Jena Stephans, Mrs. Jodi Ritter

All students come the first Wednesday of each month, 7:00 a.m.-8:00 a.m beginning September 5th
Other Wednesday rehearsals from 7:00 a.m.-8:00 a.m. will be determined.
Cost: $60 each semester (plus $15 for t-shirt if student doesn’t have one already)

 

Private Lessons

 

Private instruction (Piano, Guitar, Percussion, Voice, Acting) is offered to K5 – 12th grade students. Please register below. Schedules will be created after registration. We will work with you closely to accommodate your scheduling needs. K5 through 5th grade students will be permitted to take Piano and Voice lessons during the school day if desired. Please fill out the form below.

Private lessons are $140 per month and can be billed directly to your TMA Account

Instructors:

Piano Instructors: Lynn Hinson, Jaci Pula, Fletcher Wilson
Percussion: Rodney Guitierrez
Voice Instructors: Amy McGaha, Lauren Busteed
Guitar Instructor: Nathan Hatton (Limited Scheduling)

 

Experience Art!

Grades 1-5
Cost $160 semester
Fall Dates: 8/27/18 – 10/22/18
Mondays 3:00 PM – 4:15 PM
Spring Dates: 1/28/19 – 3/11/18
Mondays 3:00 PM – 4:15 PM
Instructor: Amy Rivera, Jessica Collazzo

Our fall session will include instruction on everything from pottery basics, glazing, painting, drawing, color theory, sculpture building to lots more!  There will be two sections for this experience.  K5-2nd grade will be with Mrs. Callazzo and grades 3-5 will be with Mrs. Rivera.

Art Club

 

Whether we’re beautifying our campus and local community with collaborative art installations or simply spending time in the art studio creating with our peers, Upper School Art Club is the perfect fit for the creative soul!  Never taken an art class before? Not too skilled at art? Want to try your hand at oil painting or the pottery wheel? Interested in learning how to create a portfolio for art college? Whatever your level of skill or training, if you have the desire to create something lasting and unique while surrounded by a community of other supportive artists, then Art Club is for you!

 

Experience Theatre!

Grades: K5 – 5
Cost: $220 per semester
Fall Dates: 9/4/18 – 10/27/18
Tuesdays and Thursdays 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Fall Show Date: October 27th 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Spring Spring Dates: 1/17/18 – 3/9/19
Spring Show Date: 3/9/19
Instructor: Lauren Busteed

The fall Lower School production is Disney’s Winnie the Pooh Kids! and the spring Lower School production is The Music Man Kids!

Our theatre workshops take place Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:00-5:00 PM. The fall performance is October 27 and the spring performance is March 9.

Our theatre workshops take place Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:00-5:00 PM, January 23-February 27. The performance is March 3. Cost: $220

A.C.T.S. Drama Club

Acting, Creating, Teaching, Serving

A.C.T.S. (Acting, Creating, Teaching, Serving) is the Lower School drama club and is open to any Lower School students in 3rd-5th grade who would like to explore drama ministry. A.C.T.S. students will all attend fun workshops once a month to learn improvisation and acting techniques (voice projection and enunciation, movement, characterization, emotion, stage directions, etc.). Drama ministry will be emphasized so the students can learn how to use the talents that God has blessed each of them with by ministering to others. Students will select if they would like to participate in readers’ theatre, puppetry, human video, or traditional style skits. Some students will have the opportunity to minister in chapel by performing skits and helping to set up monthly discussion questions in the classrooms; others will minister in the classrooms to reinforce the teachers’ lessons. Every student will have a chance to minister at least once during the semester.

Instructors: Mrs. Jena Stephans, Mrs. Jodi Ritter

All students come the first Wednesday of each month, 7:00 a.m.-8:00 a.m beginning September 5th
Other Wednesday rehearsals from 7:00 a.m.-8:00 a.m. will be determined.
Cost: $60 each semester (plus $15 for t-shirt if student doesn’t have one already)

 

Dance Club

Participants will explore many different styles of dance.  Students will learn basic techniques with a foundational focus on ballet, tap, and jazz. Students will learn to pick up choreography quickly for auditions and work on combining technique with style and performance. Students will also learn how to choreograph and have the opportunity (with guidance) to choreograph solo and group dance numbers in a variety of styles. Performance opportunities will include a small Winter recital and a performance at our Bravo!, a Spring recital.  Other opportunities may be included as well.

Experience Voice!

Grades: 3-5
Cost: $160 per semester
Fall Dates: 9/5/18 – 10/24/18
Spring Dates: 1/16/19 – 3/6/19
Instructor: Amy McGaha

This experience will teach you how to shine! In a group setting, students will learn about warming up, vocal technique, stage presence, and harmony.

 

Pep Band and Drumline

 

Pep-band and Drumline will perform during Home games on Friday evenings, weather permitting. Performers will meet at 6:00p in the band room for warmups and a quick rehearsal. The weeks there is not a home game, there will be a rehearsal following the school day from 3:00pm to 4:30p to brush up or learn any new music for the next scheduled Home game. Attendance at all rehearsals and home games is required, unless otherwise approved.

 

Private Lessons

Private instruction (Piano, Guitar, Percussion, Voice, Acting) is offered to K5 – 12th grade students. Please register below. Schedules will be created after registration. We will work with you closely to accommodate your scheduling needs. K5 through 5th grade students will be permitted to take Piano and Voice lessons during the school day if desired. Please fill out the form below.

Private lessons are $140 per month and can be billed directly to your TMA Account

Instructors:

Piano Instructors: Lynn Hinson, Jaci Pula, Fletcher Wilson
Percussion: Rodney Guitierrez
Voice Instructors: Amy McGaha, Lauren Busteed
Guitar Instructor: Nathan Hatton (Limited Scheduling)

 

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